Jamie Watson serves as a volunteer with FCA in Newton County, where she was born and raised. She attended preschool at Middle Ridge Elementary. After shooting at Heritage High School, her parents decided to enroll her in Piedmont Academy (K-5, 8). She transferred to Indian Creek Middle School at the beginning of 6th grade. She went to Alcovy High School (9-11), moved to Jackson Lake, and then attended her Senior year at Jasper County High School, graduating in 2012.
Jamie has always loved playing competitive sports. She has a passion for and has played softball since she was 5 years old. She had the privileged of starting at Newton County Rec. Department, playing on Fastpitch travel teams and middle school teams. As a 9th grade freshman at Alcovy, she made varsity. Due to a shoulder injury, she was not able to play softball in college, but through her love of children, she has the privilege of coaching and teaching softball at her church.
Jamie received Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior at church camp when she was 13 years old. She has always believed that God wants her to do mission work. Willing to be His vessel, she is excited to be a part of the Newton County FCA.