The Board of Directors for Catholic Charities of Tennessee has elected its officers for the 2008-2009 fiscal year. CCT provides services each year to more than 60,000 people living in the 38 counties of Middle Tennessee. Bill Sinclair serves as executive director.
Board officers for 2008-2009 are: President Edward Stack, President and CEO of Behavioral Centers of America; Vice President Paul Ney, Director of the Mayor's Office of Economic & Community Development; Treasurer Jason Grant, Vice President at Healthways; and Secretary Sister Mary Kay Tyrell, Senior Vice President of Mission and Ministry at Saint Thomas Health Services.
"The board is an integral part in our planning, promotion and fundraising activities. They provide us with the benefit of a great diversity of experience and help us connect with the different areas of Tennessee," said Sinclair. "We are very pleased and honored to have so many talented and knowledgeable people volunteering their services as board members."
Also serving on the board of Catholic Charities in the coming year are: Cristina O. Allen, marketing consultant; Daisy Broughton, Home Health Care; Dell Crosslin, Crosslin, Vaden & Associates, P.C.; Christine Donnelly, community volunteer; Deborah Faulkner, State of Tennessee; Eleanor Fleming, Vanderbilt University; Kathy Griffin, community volunteer; Lili Hart, community volunteer; Steve Hayes, The Human Capital Group; Minnie Horton, retired from the Internal Revenue Service; Liz Houser, community volunteer; Father Mark Hunt, Assistant Principal, Father Ryan High School; Shandy Husmann, Huron Consulting Group; David Johnson, Virtus Benefits; Frank Krueger, Diocese of Nashville; Patricia Montijo, Healthways, Inc.; Larry Prisco, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Mary Ellen Rodgers, Bank of America; Mary Rolando, State of Tennessee; Jennifer Sanford, business owner; and Ned Spitzer, First Tennessee Bank.
"We are also very grateful for the dedicated service and guidance of our former board members," stated Sinclair. "Catholic Charities has benefited from their insight and participation."
Six members are ending their term of service on the board. They are Immediate Past President A. Gregory Ramos; Former Treasurer George H. Schultz; Former Secretary Sister Mary Ann Titus, O.P.; and Board members Rose Cantrell, Patricia Miller Kyger and Daisy Murry.