Maggie Milner

Resource Development Director

Maggie is the membership, sponsorship, grants and all other fundraising initiatives contact at The Plaza. She has spent her career focused on non-profit management, working for both Habitat for Humanity and the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). She has also spent a great deal of her time volunteering for other organizations as a board member of the Milledgeville-Eatonton Film Festival and Milledgeville Young Professionals as well as a CASA volunteer. Now that she calls Eatonton her home, she is on the lookout for new community engagement opportunities, both professionally and personally.

Maggie is a lifelong Georgia resident, raised in Coweta County. She moved to Milledgeville in 2007 to attend Georgia College where she received a B.A. in Liberal Studies and a certification in Non-Profit Management. She has remained in the Lake Country area ever since after falling in love with small-town life. She and her pup, Rooney, moved to Downtown Eatonton upon her start at The Plaza and enjoy leisurely walks around town, front porch swings and bottomless glasses of Cabernet.

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Vickie Spivey

Facility and Operations Director

Vickie is so busy making sure everything runs smoothly at The Plaza that she hasn’t written her bio yet. We promise she’s really awesome! 

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Sarah Collins Robuck

Marketing Director

Sarah oversees all marketing efforts for The Plaza Arts Center. She has years of experience in arts nonprofit marketing and graphic design, and obtained a B.A. in Business Administration with a Marketing minor from Oregon State University. She worked in real estate and tourism marketing before making her way to The Plaza and has volunteered on many boards for arts nonprofits, including the Steffan Thomas Museum of Art and the Madison Artists Guild. Sarah was born and raised in neighboring Madison, but Eatonton is growing on her! 

When she’s not working at The Plaza, you can find Sarah renovating her childhood home with her husband, Edward, reading a book, working in her garden, or planning her next trip. 

Contact Sarah: | 706-923-1655 ex. 102