Jennifer Wolcott was recognized as a Chairman’s Council donor society member in March 2020. She has been a member of the Tennessee Region Tiffany Circle since October 2015 and has held multiple leadership roles both locally and regionally. She is the immediate past chairman of the Tennessee Tiffany Circle, leading the region in membership growth and retention strategies and mission engagement during her tenure. She will remain on the Tennessee circle’s executive committee as past chairman. Jennifer will begin her first 3-year term as a member of the Tiffany Circle National Council on July 1, 2020.
In addition to her Tennessee leadership, Jennifer has played a very active role in the Tiffany Circle with mission engagement and new member recruitment. Her outreach with the Tiffany Circle includes:
- Hosting 40 military wives to a night on the town to see Cirque du Soleil AXLE and lunch, giving them an opportunity to connect with supportive peers
- Leading the VA Snack Project multiple times, an initiative that has assembled over 3,000 Snack Packs for the Nashville VA Hospital
- Creating welcome home packets for service members returning to Fort Campbell
- Running a campaign to collect over 400 masks for the Nashville VA Hospital in April 2020
Jennifer has also engaged in more traditional volunteer opportunities as well to experience the mission and better tell our stories. She was part of the first Home Fire Campaign in Nashville, installing smoke alarms in the Nations door-to-door. When Hurricane Harvey hit, Jennifer volunteered in Texas at one of our distribution centers assembling personal care kits and traveled in the ERV to distribute recovery items. Similarly, Jennifer distributed meals from the ERV in our March 2020 Tornado Relief Operation in Nashville.
Jennifer has shared her time, talent and treasures with the Red Cross serving on the board of directors since 2011 – originally on the Williamson County board and, after consolidation, transferred to Nashville.
Jennifer and her husband Randy continue to make extremely generous donations to the Red Cross. They have leveraged their gifts using challenge matches to inspire others to give. Their impact has been tremendous. Jennifer participated in the Tiffany Circle Hall Campaign and recently dedicated a bench in the garden of Red Cross Square in memory of her twin sister, Judith, who lost her battle with cancer.
She is a Legacy Society member and an annual member of the President’s Council. Jennifer is a Regional Award of Excellence honoree awarded to outstanding volunteers who has given personally to support our mission, inspires others to follow, and most importantly, is an excellent and positive force within the Red Cross.
Jennifer is married to her loving husband Randy and together they share two sons.