Jamie Piper

Jamie Piper

Counseling Center Assistant

Jamie Piper

Counseling Center Assistant

Jamie Piper serves the Joy House as the Counseling Center Assistant. She has three bachelor’s degrees, Business Management, Marketing, and IT. She has over twelve years of experience in marketing, operations, and sales. The majority of her career was spent at Chick-fil-A, where she put all of those skills into play, consistently reinforcing “Eat More Chicken”! Chick-fil-A also allowed Jamie to move out of her hometown and landed her in the mountains. Now she is pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health to be a Licensed Counselor. 

 After losing her brother to suicide, Jamie realized that even though you may know someone well, people still live every day in the darkness that you know nothing about. She began to listen to God’s calling for her to help people find their own light in the darkness. To sit with people in their pain. The Joy House is where Jamie feels God has led her to start on this journey.

 Jamie was raised in Warner Robins, Georgia, a military town, where she never met a stranger. She has a passion for talking to people and getting to know where they are from. Her love for people and getting to know them was always a part of her. 

 She enjoys spending time with her daughter, Sage Grace, her 2 Yorkies, and her family. Jamie enjoys many outside activities, including hanging at the lake, traveling, hiking, or chanting “GO DAWGS” during football season.