Evern Cooper Epps
Evern Cooper Epps is the retired President of The UPS Foundation and the retir
ed Vice President of UPS Corporate Relations.
Then-President George W. Bush appointed her twice as a member of the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation. The YWCA of Greater Atlanta named her as their 2005 Woman of Achievement. She was selected for the Women’s Hall of Fame of the Atlanta Business League. She has been named as one of Georgia’s 100 most Influential Women in Corporate America.
In addition, she has served as the Board Chair of The National Black Arts Festival, has been a member of The Executive Leadership Council (ELC), and has served as Secretary of The ELC Foundation. Other board involvement has included the Advisory Board for Girl Scouts of Northwest Georgia, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Hank Aaron’s Chasing the Dream Foundation, Cool Girl’s, and Emory School of Medicine.
Epps earned a Bachelor’s degree in English and Journalism from Michigan State University, and she continued her education at Emory University and Harvard School of Business.