The Heart of Tennessee Chapter of the American Red Cross leadership has approved its 2012-13 Board of Directors.
Board Members for 2012 - 2013 are:
Chairperson: Lisa Trail - Murfreesboro City Schools
Immediate Past Chairperson: Jan Beard - Retired Middle Tennessee Medical Center
Secretary: Roy Boyd - State Farm
Philanthrophy Chairperson: Jay Barger - Kious Rogers Barger Holder Kious Attorneys at Law
Facilities Chairperson: Alan Hardison - Special Touch Disaster Restoration
Communications Chairperson: Glenda Meredith - Middle Tennessee Medical Center
Governance Chairperson: Chantho Sourinho - Rutherford County Commissioner
Service Delivery Chairperson: Ray Wiley - Middle Tennessee State University
Tom Allard - Wal-Mart Distribution Center - Shelbyville
Hugh Arney - Core Coaching & Consulting
Tom Bumpus - Bumpus Harley Davidson
James Calder - Middle Tennessee State University
Tommy Campbell - Black Box Network Services
Jean Coop - Retired
Denise Flanagan - Murfreesboro Medical Clinic
Deb Insell - State Farm - Shelbyville
Chad Lane - Suntrust Bank
Richard Lewis - Exit Realty - Bob Lamb
Josh McCollum, M.D. - Tennessee Medicine & Pediatrics, P.C.
Janet Patterson - Media and Communications
Bill Rutley - Clark Consulting Group - Tullahoma
Bill Shacklett - Shacklett's Photography
Ross Smith - Nissan
Elsie West - Primeland Construction - Fayetteville
Ginny Williams - Gil's Ace Hardware – Smyrna
These American Red Cross board members will lead efforts to ensure that the Heart of Tennessee Chapter continues to provide disaster relief in times of crisis, to train community members in life-saving CPR and First Aid Courses, to provide military members with emergency aid and to continue collecting blood from the community to help those in need.
“The success of the Heart of Tennessee Chapter depends upon a strong and committed board of director and I believe that these volunteers will uphold the standards of the American Red Cross and keep our local organization a strong and viable resource in the midst of changing times and continued community growth,” said Mike Cowles, Executive Director for the Heart of Tennessee Chapter.
About the American Red Cross:
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies more than 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or join our blog at http://blog.redcross.org.