Amy Pope-Wells to Serve as Honorary Chair

We are thrilled to announce that Amy Pope-Wells will serve as the honorary chair of the 21st Komen North Florida Race for the Cure!FY16_RFTC 2015_Honorary Chair_Amy Pope_Cropped

Susan G. Komen® North Florida, on behalf of our partner organizations, and the hundreds of volunteers preparing for the 21st Komen North Florida Race for the Cure, is thrilled to announce that Amy Pope-Wells will serve as the honorary chair of the 21st Komen North Florida Race for the Cure. Amy Pope-Wells is a role model to so many in North Florida, and because of her leadership, more residents and business owners in our five-county service area will find their voice, take action, and make an impact on vital breast health issues during the 21st Komen North Florida Race for the Cure.

Amy Pope-Wells, President and owner of both, Tire Diva and Link Staffing Services is a visionary entrepreneur with over 25 years of sales, staffing and project management experience. Amy always focuses on customer service and results for her clients while working with some of the most influential companies across the country. She and, her husband, Craig Wells started their first business in 2007, a franchise of Link Staffing Services, a flexible staffing company that tailors solutions to fit the human resource (HR) needs of local clients.

Amy Pope-Wells grew up in a small suburb community, Monroe, outside of Charlotte, North Carolina. Amy’s parents, her father a water superintendent and her mother a human resource administrator; taught her the importance of hard work, family, faith and public service. She is a nurse clinician by education and graduated from ACC School of Nursing in North Carolina.

In June 2015, with encouragement from business associates, Amy launched a new company called Tire Diva. Tire Diva is a full service tire and automotive organization that offers top of the line auto repair and tire services at wholesale pricing, as well as recycling solutions for Northeast Florida.

While not working, Amy actively supports three nonprofits and facilitates regular community events. In addition to supporting her business interest, she serves on the Clay Chamber Board of Directors, as co-founder and co-chair of their Women’s Empowerment Council.

Amy and Craig are the proud parents of four children and have been residents of Clay County for over 12 years.