Amanda is the Co-Founder and President of the White Sutton Syndrome Foundation. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education from Liberty University and her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis at Ball State, emphasizing behavioral treatment strategies for children with autism. She is a wife and the mother of three, the youngest of which has been diagnosed with White Sutton Syndrome. She is passionate about serving others and is deeply motivated to grow the White Sutton Syndrome community and better the lives of those effected by it.
Renea Banks is the Co-Founder and Vice President of the White Sutton Syndrome Foundation. She graduated from Old Dominion University with her Bachelors of Science Degree in Sociology/Bio Chemistry. She later earned her Master’s Degree in Education and later completed her second Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management. She is the mother of two boys, one in which has White Sutton Syndrome. She is passionate about finding solutions that will help those affected with this syndrome.
Josh is both the Creative Director and Secretary of the White Sutton Syndrome Foundation. Josh graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Design from American Intercontinental University, and has since worked primarily as a multimedia designer and creative project manager. He is responsible for graphic design, web development, social media and marketing for the foundation. He is Amanda Couch’s husband and the father to three awesome kids. His youngest son has been diagnosed with White Sutton Syndrome. He has extensive multimedia design and project management experience and is passionate about and dedicated to helping the White Sutton Syndrome Foundation succeed.
Angelo Banks is the Treasure of the White Sutton Syndrome foundation. He graduated from Norfolk State University with his Bachelors of Science in Accounting and shortly thereafter received his Master’s degree in Accounting and Financial Management from Keller Graduate School of Management. He is passionate about helping people be the best that they can be.