Amber is a member of the board of directors for The White Dress Project. She started volunteering with The White Dress Project after having surgery to remove fibroids and treat endometriosis. She serves her community through nonprofit work and has a passion for women’s health and advocacy.
Amber English Coleman is a member of the board of directors for The White Dress Project. Amber started volunteering with The White Dress Project in 2017, shortly after having surgery to remove fibroids and treat endometriosis. During her time with the patient advocacy organization, Amber has participated in outreach events to build awareness of uterine fibroids, advocacy to engage elected officials, and program planning for the organization’s annual signature event, A Night in White.
Amber has a passion for women’s health and advocacy. She began her career in legislative affairs and organizing for Planned Parenthood Southeast in Atlanta, GA. Later, she worked for the YWCA of the National Capital Area in Washington, DC.
Amber currently serves as the Communications and Outreach Manager for Civil Rights Corps, a nonprofit organization working to end the criminalization of poverty through high-impact litigation and advocacy.
Amber was a member of The Campaign School at Yale University’s 2013 class. She is a proud graduate of Howard University with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She earned her Master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgia State University.