Amy Sacks Zeide is the founder and co-executive director of Creating Connected Communities (CCC). A native of Sandy Springs, Amy graduated from The Lovett School and attended Washington University in St. Louis, where she graduated with a double major in education and psychology. Amy earned her master’s degree in learning and behavioral disorders and disabilities from Georgia State University. Previously, she taught at The Davis Academy and was the religious school director at Congregation B’nai Torah. Since 2015, Amy has devoted herself full-time to the organization she started as her bat mitzvah project. Today she works to meet the growing need for CCC’s community outreach as well as its teen Leadership Development Program, which shapes the next generation of Jewish community leaders. Amy also volunteers as a member of Congregation B’nai Torah’s Education Committee and Dunwoody Elementary School’s PTO. Amy lives in Dunwoody with her husband and three children.