Mary Moore - Executive Director
Mary Moore is responsible for the PBTF-GA Chapter’s major donors, operations, financial planning, special events and public relations. Before joining the BTFC in 2001, she served in various capacities at medical facilities, including Scottish Rite Children's Hospital, Emory University Department of Medicine and the Emory Clinic. Devoted to the brain tumor cause since 1999, she initially provided support to adult patients and families in Atlanta and worked on a special project for the North American Brain Tumor Coalition in 2001.
Tammy Bates - Director of Patient & Family Services
Tammy Bates has 30 years of combined experience as the site director for a private school and in retail sales management and customer service. She became a member of the BTFC team after Her passion for supporting Star families was born out of her own experience. Her son Brody was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2007 and passed away in 2009. Tammy oversees family support including the PBTF-GA’s Butterfly Fund emergency financial assistance program, weekly hospital visits, care packages for Stars and their siblings, and events that provide educational, emotional and social support.
Tammy joined the PBTF in May 2013. She and her husband are blessed with two terrific boys Brockton and Brody (forever 8).
Kevin Skelly - Campaign Manager
In his role as campaign manager, Kevin Skelly is responsible for special events fundraising. He organizes the PBTF’s Atlanta Ride for Kids and Starry Night Atlanta 8.5K, assists with the JSL Charity Classic to benefit PBTF and oversees community fundraising events. He became a member of the PBTF-GA team in 2014 after working on fundraising events and online giving operations at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Atlanta’s PBS and NPR stations. A communications major at Kennesaw State University, Kevin was drawn to pediatric oncology causes for a specific reason. Diagnosed with leukemia in 1983 and treated until 1991, he attended several childhood oncology events from a variety of organizations, including Camp Sunshine, Georgia’s premier oncology camp program for kids.
Katie Sheridan - Office Manager
A longtime volunteer for many organizations around the Atlanta area, Katie Sheridan is passionate about helping children and working for a nonprofit. She is often the first point of contact for Star families, donors, fundraisers, medical professionals and others who contact the PBTF-GA Chapter, and supports the fundraising and mission delivery activities in Georgia. Her work experience includes an internship at Camp Twin Lakes, a network of camps in Georgia providing programs for children with serious illnesses, disabilities and other challenges. Katie attended Centre College and Georgia State University, where she graduated with a bachelor of science in sociology. She joined the BTFC in 2010.