Our Team

Meet some of the people that help make our organization exceptional.


Beth Malanoski

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When the opportunity to become Executive Director at Exceptional Futures came about, Beth knew it was a chance to bring together her skills and experience with a cause deeply rooted in her life. Beth and her husband have three children. John, their middle child, and heart of the family, has autism and recently aged out of public schools at age 22. Beth and her family are living the aging out experience that Exceptional Futures seeks to remedy. Beth has 35 years of corporate and non-profit experience building communities, connecting people with available resources, and developing and implementing programs and events.

Susan Keeney


Susan was a special education teacher for 22 years in Gwinnett County Public Schools. She spent 17 years teaching in elementary school special education classrooms and four years teaching life skills to post-high school young adults. Susan received her undergrad from the University of Georgia and later a Master’s from Grand Canyon University. Outside of work, Susan loves to spend time with her family, travel, and serves as a Girl Scout leader.

Our Board

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Join our Junior Board

The Exceptional Futures Junior Board is a social committee dedicated to raising money and awareness for Exceptional Futures. Young professionals on the Junior Board, typically in their 20s and 30s, have an opportunity to gain board experience as next-generation leaders while giving back.

Among other activities, the Junior Board hosts the annual Pickleball for a Purpose tournament in May.

Serving on the Junior Board is a springboard to a lifetime of community leadership and involvement. To learn more and get involved, please click here.