Jamie Ankenbrandt Johnson
Jamie started Prodigal Pottery in 2014, beginning with a basement full of unpainted pottery and an empty kiln. Jamie helped to make the dream of creating jobs for the women within King's Home a reality through the growth of Prodigal Pottery. Since it began, Jamie has helped Prodigal Pottery grow to having employed over 100 women in need of hope and restoration. Jamie has a degree in Fine Arts from Auburn University and a background in overseas missions.