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South Carolina AMPS

American Minority People Succeeding

 DeMo-Strating Successful Business and Changing the Community

Publisher and Owner, South Carolina AMPS (AMPS Carolinas)

CEO AMPS Education

Co-Publisher and Owner, South Carolina AMPS (AMPS Carolinas)

CFO AMPS Education





Allen Hunter, Executive Editor

 Mr. Allen R. Hunter was born and raised in Abbeville, South Carolina on September 3, 1986. He was the first in his family to go to college. Allen has achieved his Masters Degree in 2011 and preparing for his Doctorate in 2014

AMPS: How do you feel about the AMPs magazine’s concept?

Allen: I really like the concept of AMPS Magazine because it is a great perspective of being successful. It gives African Americans moving forward a chance to spread our positivity to others within our community.

AMPS: What do you feel you can contribute to South Carolina AMPS?

Allen: I can contribute the breakdown of what it takes to motivate you to be successful in life. Everyone has grown up differently and the stories we tell might help the next individual’s journey through adversity a little easier.

I want to be a part of AMPS to help communities, change, and bring the true meaning of family back. I would like to give the youth a new outlook, assist with their educational, and lifestyle changes. Growing up was tough for me, but becoming a successful African American man requires hard work


Andrea Milling, Graphic Designer

 Andrea was born in Newport, Virginia November 21, 1989. She lived in Germany for three years and then came to Columbia, South Carolina. Andrea is currently pursuing her B.A. in Web Design and has experience with digital illustration. After speaking with Andrea we asked “how do you define success?” Success is like a cookie you ask for chocolate chip, but come out with raisins sometime.


Zenobia Chapman, Community Relations & Fashion Model

This young lady was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina on January 12, 1991. She is a recent graduate of Coastal Carolina University obtaining her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology. At Coastal Carolina she was involved in Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity. She currently is furthering her education by enrolling in the Masters of Social Work program at the University of South Carolina.

AMPS: How do you feel about the AMPs magazine’s concept?

Zenobia: After hearing the concept of Amps Magazine I knew it was something I wanted to be a part of. Its’ values match mine and everything it inspires to do in the community are things that I would like to do for the community as well.

I want to influence and motivate our community to be better. Show our youth positivity and remove the negativity that they are exposed to everyday via television, music, art, history, and from the people in our community.

I believe Amps will provide me the opportunity to build the community as well as myself into a successful image. It is time for us as a community to support one another and encourage one another to work at our full potential.

AMPS: What do you feel you can contribute to South Carolina AMPS?

Zenobia: The contributions I can offer AMPs Magazine are my ideas for achieving positivity and encouragement, communications skills, and networks with potential distributors, advertisers, and featured artists. I look forward to working with this magazine and making a change for the better.