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NAN’s Women Of The Movement: Mother Sarah Mincey-Hunt

Mar 04, 2020

Born in Claxton, GA—the fruitcake capital of the world, was born Mrs. Sarah Mincey-Hunt. Mrs. Hunt was married to Mr. Richard Murray Hunt— the love of her life for 50 years until his death in November 2018. Mrs. Hunt is the proud mother of two sons, two step-daughters, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Additionally, Mrs. Hunt is affectionately called Mother Hunt because she is a spiritual mother to many individuals across the United States.

Mother Hunt is known throughout her community and the across the country. Mother Hunt previously worked with the Gospel Music Workshop Of America and some of the most infamous names in the African American community (Rev. James Cleveland, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Martin Luther King III, Shirley Caesar, and Dorothy Norwood; to name a few).

Mother Hunt received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Fort Valley State University in 1982. Mother Hunt also received a teaching certification from Fort Valley in 1997. Mother Hunt furthered her education by receiving certification as a Classroom Redelivery Instructor in 2001. Mother Hunt yet had the desire to learn more. This time, Mother Hunt enrolled into the University of Phoenix where she received her Masters of Education in 2003. Mother Hunt is currently pursuing her Doctoral in Educational Leadership from the University of Phoenix.

Mother Hunt refuse to retire!! She is always willing to lend her talents to any project that is for a good cause. Currently, she is the Founder and President of the Middle Georgia Chapter of National Action Network. While serving in this capacity, Mother Hunt is often called upon by national office to assist in resolving Civil Rights complaints from across the SE Region. Additionally, Mother Hunt has assisted many through her leadership to help them organize to become official local NAN Chapters in their communities. Mother Hunt currently work as the Technology Educational Coordinator for Cirrus Academy Charter School in Macon, GA.

Mother Hunt is passionate about advocacy, teaching, spiritual encouragement and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Often, Mother Hunt finds herself able to fulfill all of these in a single conversation!

Mother Hunt provides valuable services to the National Field Department of National Action Network as an National Field Liaison. Mother Hunt is at the front line of communication. Mother Hunt is also, the Coordinator of the Mobilization Committee. The Mobilization Committee is responsible for galvanizing grassroots efforts when called upon by Rev. Sharpton. Additionally, the Mobilization Committee is instrumental in registering thousands of people for the annual national convention of NAN.

Mother Hunt is a jewel to all that meet her. Mother Hunt is a proud member of several notable organizations:

Mother Hunt has received numerous awards for her dedication and commitment to the advancement of her community and country. Below are a few of the prestigious awards: