Tammy E. Pallot, M.S.
Tammy E. Pallot, M.S., is available for speaking engagements, workshops, retreats, other events requiring a facilitator, and as a stewardship consultant. As a consultant and speaker, she focuses on Christian stewardship with a practical and down-to-earth approach.
Pallot has a master’s degree in psychology and worked as an adult psychiatric inpatient therapist. She was introduced to Christian stewardship at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Macon, where she discovered her calling and passion for the ministry. She now serves as the chair of the Commission on Stewardship for the Diocese of Atlanta. Through her service on the commission, Tammy works as a stewardship consultant and guest speaker at parishes throughout the diocese. She lives in Macon with her husband, Scott, and their 16-year-old son, Christian. In addition to her work throughout the diocese, she is also serves as a member of the vestry as well as the Pastoral Care Team leader at St. Francis Episcopal Church.