Murphy began her journey in nonprofit leadership as a champion for children within the foster care system at DeKalb County Court Appointed Special Advocates. Her passion for philanthropy and social service continued to blossom during her time at Spelman College, where she recognized the transformative power of education and community support. She went on to work for the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, playing a pivotal role in cultivating community support and advancing initiatives to empower young girls and women. Her time at Girl Scouts reinforced her belief in the importance of mentorship, education, and holistic support in nurturing every child's potential. Now, as CEO of Wellspring Living, she brings a wealth of experience and a steadfast commitment to addressing the complex challenges faced by women and children affected by trafficking and exploitation. Dedicated to expanding Wellspring’s reach and empowering survivors, she fosters a future where every woman and child can thrive. Murphy is also passionate about advocacy and is committed to increasing diversity in the philanthropy field, serving as a past president for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Atlanta Chapter Board of Directors. She is a member of the Atlanta Chapter of Twelve Days of Christmas, Inc., LEAD Atlanta Class of 2022, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She proudly serves on the boards of DeKalb County CASA and Amana West Charter School. Murphy and her husband, Chris, have two children.