Anne White, Production Director
Anne White has been involved in Touch A Life since early 2016 when she took her first trip to Ghana to meet the TAL children. From that point on, she was hooked! Anne is the owner of Anne White Designs, a marketing and graphic design company in the Dallas, Texas area. Her clients are predominantly from the interior design and architecture industry, but she also has a passion for helping women-owned small businesses create and marketing their vision and brand. Anne is also an active volunteer at her son’s school. She has an eye for design and a passion to empower others to use their talents and skills to enrich their lives. Anne loves to spend time at the lake and travel with her husband Bradley of 22 years and their 14 year old son, Griffin.
Amy Liddy, College Student Mentor
Amy has been volunteering for Touch A Life and traveling to Ghana since 2016. In 2019 she was asked to be on the university advisory board to work directly with Esther Yankyera and Pam Cope to further develop the university and mentorship programs. Amy’s son, Jake, is a recent college graduate, which gave her an active interest in assisting the Touch A Life students with navigating the university experience. She loves working with all of the Touch A Life students and is excited about the promise of their futures.
Amy lives with her fiancé’, David, in Columbus, Ohio where she is Vice President and partner at Integral Solutions, an engineering consulting firm.
Sarah Mast, Art Director
Sarah Mast is an award-winning Digital Art Director for The High Road Agency, based in her hometown, Johnson City, TN. To her, her job is more than designing annual reports, crafting full marketing campaigns, and building websites: it is sharing a story that needs to be told or raising awareness about issues that many never knew existed. She was introduced to the Touch A Life family in 2018 and traveled to the Care Center that fall where she gained a new understanding of the importance of sharing Touch A Life’s story and vision. Living in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and having a love for nature photography, she often finds herself on the many nearby hiking trails.