Dr. White is the Executive Director of Our Kids, the only organization in Middle Tennessee providing medical forensic evaluations and crisis counseling for children and families struggling with child sexual abuse. During her tenure, Our Kids has created the Expansion Initiative, resulting in four satellite clinics in Middle Tennessee. Sue received her BA from University of Tampa and her doctorate in Human Development Counseling from Peabody of Vanderbilt University. Sue has been a founding member of Metro Human Relations Commission, The Women’s Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, the Outreach Council of The Frist Center, Community Nashville and You Have the Power Advisory Committee. She has received local, state and regional leadership awards and has served as Board President for several nonprofit organizations.
Beverly Bond’s leadership background includes vice presidencies at Vanderbilt University, George Washington University and Rhodes College, where she worked with diverse staff, colleagues, volunteers, board members and leaders from other sectors to achieve objectives in fundraising, constituent relations, enrollment management, communications and marketing. Through her consulting practice, Strategic Resource Development, she specializes in identifying and capitalizing on strategic opportunities and facilitating organizational effectiveness. She has served clients working with education, medical research, venture capital, the arts, engineering, conservation, homelessness, communications, autism, senior citizens, at-risk children, adults with developmental disabilities, and mental health. She holds an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.
Michelle Campbell has a diverse educational background including a Bachelor of Science in engineering and a Master of Science in psychology and counseling. Ms. Campbell was selected as a “centurion leader” by the Kansas City Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and was recognized by her colleagues as an industry leader in strategic and organizational development. The Center for Management Assistance, in Kansas City, has recognized her as a “national industry business leader” and awarded her the Philanthropic and Fund Development Award. Ms. Campbell published A Guide to Organizational Effectiveness, has written numerous articles, and is frequently invited to keynote national and international conferences on the topic of organizational and strategic development.
Karen Fleak Hauser received her doctorate in education with a specialty in counseling and administration from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 1988. She holds a master’s degree in mental health counseling from Eastern Michigan University and a bachelor’s degree in art education from Truman State University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri and a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC). She currently holds the position of Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Charities of Salina, Inc. covering 31 counties in North Central and Northwest Kansas and serves on the Catholic Charities U.S.A. board of trustees. Karen is also a graduate of the Catholic Charities Leadership Institute and the O’Grady Institute where she received training in Freiburg, Germany and Rome.
Dr. Morley is the CEO of Morley & Associates, Inc. and JMorley Productions, Inc. She holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education/psychology from the State University of New York at Geneseo; a master’s degree in counseling and specialist degrees in counseling and education administration from the State University of New York at Brockport, and a doctorate in counseling, family and worklife from the University of Rochester. Dr. Morley has served as an educator in the public school system and as a professor at the postsecondary level for many years and does consulting work for businesses, organizations, and educational institutions. She engages in motivational/keynote speaking; training; executive, relationship, life coaching; and mediation at the national, state and local levels, and she serves as a licensed psychotherapist in private practice.
Dwight Hollier is a former National Football League (NFL) player and currently the director of transition and clinical services for the NFL. He works in the Player Engagement department helping past, present and future players to achieve total wellness. Mr. Hollier received his master’s degree in mental health counseling from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and speech communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mr. Hollier has extensive experience working with adolescents, families and adults. His prior positions include working as a counselor, psychotherapist, sports psychology consultant, foster care program manager and case management supervisor, and as a coach and school social worker.
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