Amy Monsky has over a decade of experience serving and supporting secular parents, youth, and families. A parent herself, she founded Camp 42, an overnight summer camp for kids 8-17 years old from non-religious families, after finding a discouraging lack of secular options. Before that, she founded South Carolina’s first secular parent support group, Secular Humanist Families of Charleston. Amy has written lesson plans for the Satanic Temple’s After School Satan club and has spoken at atheist and humanist conferences on the topics of secular parenting and the importance of community for secular youth.
Amy's passion is supporting secular parents, families, and youth, but
she has many years of experience in the atheist movement. Over the
last 11 years Amy has served as President of the Secular Humanists of
the Lowcountry, state coordinator of the Secular Coalition of South
Carolina, and as Executive Director for Atheist Alliance of America.