Tammy E. Pallot, M.S.
Tammy E. Pallot, M.S., is passionate about Stewardship! When Pallot’s journey in stewardship first began at St. Francis Episcopal Church, however, she was less than enthusiastic. As she muddled her way through learning about Stewardship, she discovered God’s grace and abundant blessings. Before long, she realized the amazing and life changing power in the Ministry of Stewardship! Pallot now serves as the chair of the Commission on Stewardship for the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. She is available to share the joy of Stewardship at 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 received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Georgia and her Master of Science in Psychology from Georgia College & State University. She worked as an adult psychiatric inpatient therapist until health issues changed the course of her life. Pallot lives in Macon with her husband, Scott, and their goofy Rottweiler, Riley; while her son, Christian, is in college at Sewanee. In addition to her work throughout the diocese, she is also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees at Sewanee as well as the Pastoral Care Team leader at St. Francis Episcopal Church.