Deana Thornton is a native of Milledgeville where she attended Georgia Military College Prep High School and then went on to get her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Management from Georgia College. Deana has been with Milledgeville Main Street/ DDA since July of 2011. She is responsible for many of the daily operations as well as assisting with all things Main Street, including First Friday events, the Milledgeville Marketplace Farmers’ Market, Deep Roots Festival, and BOOST.
Amy E. Clark-Davis works dually for Milledgeville Main Street and the Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville and Baldwin County (DAMBC). She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Brewton-Parker College, IT Certification from Middle GA State College, and is in the Master of Public Administration program at Georgia College & State University. She is a 2016 graduate of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development. Her diverse background includes more than 17 years in banking and finance, as well as experience in the non-profit sector, operations management, compliance, and public relations. Amy has long been a supporter of the community, volunteering with a wide range of community organizations. She is a current member of the Friends of Allied Arts Advisory Board, served on the Oconee Regional Healthcare Foundation events committee for several years, was a founding member of the Oconee Regional Symphony Orchestra, and has lent her graphic art and design skills pro-bono to dozens of community organizations and businesses. She is also the author of Images of America: Milledgeville, published with Arcadia Publishing. Davis is responsible for graphic design, web content and maintenance, communications, and marketing.