Alabama Democratic Women (ADW) is a statewide organization and the official Alabama chapter of the National Federation of Democratic Women, having received our charter on April 13, 2019. ADW is a nonprofit political organization dedicated to supporting the Democratic Party and Democratic Women in Alabama. We have an Executive Board made up of five elected officers, as well as appointed Regional Directors to represent each of Alabama’s seven Congressional Districts.

Current Officers:

Amy Wasyluka, President– Amy was the 2018 Democratic Nominee for State Senate District 2. She is an attorney and a member of the Madison County Democratic Women, the Madison County Democratic Executive Committee, the Madison County Chapter of the ADC and the Greater Huntsville Young Democrats.

Pam Miles, 2nd Vice President– Pam Miles is the current President of the Madison County Democratic Women and a member Madison County Democratic Executive Committee. Pam is also the Fundraising Chair for the National Federation of Democratic Women.

Lloyd Bryant, Treasurer- Lloyd Marie Bryant is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania. She was the CFO for Input Output Technologies and the Chief Technology Consultant for Boolean Tech. She is a 5th generation Alabamian, a graduate of Emerge Alabama and currently a community organizer for Tallapoosa.

Caroline Self, 1st Vice President– Caroline was the 2018 Democratic Nominee for State Senate District 1. A graduate of Harvard University and Fordham University School of Law, Caroline worked on President Clinton’s White House Staff before starting a career in the entertainment industry. She has produced or edited television series for Bravo, Lifetime, ABC, CBS, FOX, Discovery and Facebook. Currently, Caroline is the VP of Development/Executive Producer for Haymaker Content and the producers of Bravo’s “Southern Charm.” She represents House District 2 on the State Democratic Executive Committee and is an Emerge Alabama alumna.

Jameria Moore, Secretary– Jameria Moore is an attorney and municipal court judge in Birmingham, Alabama. She is on the board of Emerge Alabama, and is a member of the Jefferson County Democratic Party.