Meet The Team
Stacey Edwards founded Special Equestrians of Georgia in 2006 in Milton, Georgia with 22 students and 5 horses. As a PATH Intl instructor with a background in education, and 40 years worth of horse experience, it just seemed right to join both her passion for horses and her love for the special needs community together.
SEG now has over 40 students and two special needs private schools regularly in the program.
Stacey has three children, a loving husband, and big Black Friesian gelding, named Mazel, who makes her life very interesting.
Mark Edwards Vice President
Mark Edwards works with a world-wide corporation in many fields as an I.T. manager. Between conference calls with overseas and out of town trips he supports his wife Stacey and the SEG group with his quick wit, financial backing and hard work around the farm. Always up for a new challenge (and new certifications) he enjoys designing and building different systems on the property to improve the overall operation and to make Stacey happy.
James Ramseur’s area of expertise is centered on medium to large land acquisitions, income and investment properties for our private and public investors as well as timber companies within Atlanta and the Southeast United States. Mr. Ramseur was named as one of Atlanta’s Top Ten Land Brokers in 2006 and 2007 by The Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors for total volume.
Board of Trustees, Cumberland Academy • Former Chairman of Environmental Affairs, Georgia Industry Association • Former Board of Trustees, Sandy Springs Revitalization Inc. (SSRI) • Co-Founder, Bridge Music Foundation
Amy started volunteering at SEG in 2011, where she discovered the joy of serving the special needs community.
In September 2017, she became a PATH certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor. She is excited to pursue her passion for creating a bond between the students and the horses and all the benefits that come with it.
Amy grew up in Katonah, New York where she loved to horseback ride, a hobby that she still enjoys today. In her free time she enjoys riding her horses, walking her dogs, and spending time with her family. She has two loving daughters and a great husband who support her interests.
Secretary & Therapeutic Riding Director
Glenn is a senior project manager with experience in multiple industries on both domestic and international projects.
His work with SEG has been primarily in researching and obtaining grants. Glenn's tenacity and attention to detail has been instrumental in securing much needed donations and grants for the program.
Mike currently works as a Traffic Manager and Import Compliance Manager for a machine manufacturer handling projects and logistics.
Mike has a daughter who rides at the barn on her beloved horse Bonnie,
a great 30-year-old son and a super wife who coordinates the SEG volunteers. Working with SEG for five years now as a volunteer, fund raiser and general handy man he has fallen in love with the community served along with the many friends and volunteers.