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Mandy Parsons An Atlanta native, Mandy moved to Nashville in 1999, where she handled tour press for superstar Amy Grant and facilitated the debut album campaign for Gold-selling boy band Plus One. She went on to serve as a label publicist for both Pamplin Records (Natalie Grant, Katy Hudson—now Katy Perry), and Essential Records (Third Day, Jars of Clay), before launching Savvy Media Solutions in 2004. Savvy Media became the go-to firm for both established and emerging artists, as Mandy created numerous innovative promotional campaigns for recognizable artists and brands including David Crowder Band, newsboys, Matthew West and “Passion.” In 2015, Mandy decided to take a break from publicity to stay home full-time with her children. She currently resides in Franklin, TN, with her daughter Savannah (9), son Davis (6), and husband Anyan. In her free time, Mandy enjoys singing, thrifting and making people feel loved.
Faith Didn’t Heal My Daughter: A Deconstruction Story (Part 3: The Aftermath) Faith deconstruction sometimes begins with tragedy. Mandy Parsons recounts a personal tragedy and how it made her question everything. Here’s Part 1 and Part 2. Two lessons I learned rather quickly in the early days of Taylor’s death: 1) there is no escaping grief, and 2) there is no escaping God. After the funeral, I... Mandy Parsons
Faith Didn’t Heal My Daughter: A Deconstruction Story (Part 2: For unto Us a Child Is Born) Faith deconstruction sometimes begins with tragedy. Mandy Parsons recounts a personal tragedy and how it made her question everything. For part 1, click here. “Would someone tell me what is wrong with my baby!?” I cried out. I was nearly 37 weeks pregnant with our first child when my water broke unexpectedly. Upon arriving at... Mandy Parsons
Faith Didn’t Heal My Daughter: A Deconstruction Story (Part 1: Jesus, My Best Friend) I don’t remember a time when I was not a believer. My earliest memories involve singing to Jesus as a very small child–maybe 3 years old. Mom or Dad would tuck me in at night, and I would wait for them to leave before debuting my latest song for Jesus. He was my “invisible” best... Mandy Parsons