Amelia Bozeman is a problem solver with a proven track record in strategic leadership, marketing, fundraising, and financial management.
Bozeman’s AB Consulting takes organizations from point A to point B, and beyond. She helps organizations stand out, improve efficiency, manage costs, and increase impact; she has a passion for helping individuals and organizations discover and monetize their own strengths.
In addition to consulting, Bozeman serves as an adjunct instructor in the Jones College of Business at Middle Tennessee State University, where her classes include Principles of Management, Not-for-Profit Management, and Not-for-Profit Strategic Decision Making and Program Evaluation.
Prior to her consultant role, she served as executive director of a nonprofit organization, where she executed a turnaround that resulted in new and improved programs, successful new events, increased revenue streams, and greater community impact. Bozeman earned her master’s degree in Management, Organizational Leadership from Middle Tennessee State University and her bachelor’s degree from Austin Peay State University.
Her current board service includes multiple organizations in the human needs and services, education, healthcare, and special needs communities as well as a bi-coastal missions organization that serves international communities in U.S. metropolitan cities. She is also a Rotarian.
Amelia lives in Murfreesboro with her husband Randy; they are parents of The Fantastic Four: Alexandra, James, Ava, and Will. They are members of First Baptist Church.