HHH of Nashville Staff
Operations Manager David Moore found at HHH the opportunity to put his outstanding organizational, analytical and writing skills to work for a dynamic social service agency. With a varied background that includes work as an Office Manager for Hupo LLC, as a teaching assistant in the English Department at UT Chattanooga, as a teller for First Tennessee, and as an investigative researcher for Kroll, David brings an eclectic work experience, a keen intuition, and a quiet compassion to his work at HHH. With volunteer experiences including Hands on Nashville, Transit Now Nashville, Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty and the Academic Trivia Association, David is active in community activities. He and his wife life in East Nashville with a young son.
Sherry Daniels, Director of Volunteers and Programs
After 37 years in the mortgage and real estate industry, Sherry made the jump to her real passion—serving others. In addition to her professional history, Sherry brings a long history of volunteer work that includes Room in the Inn, the Tennessee Children’s Home and many church programs to her role as Volunteer and Program Coordinator. Sherry works most closely with the guests HHH serves as well the volunteers who donate so much time and expertise to our mission. Her compassion and servant’s heart define her work and allow her to build relationships that help create this home away from home. Sherry lives in Madison and spends her free time with her four children and eleven grandchildren.
From Franklin, Ky. Brittany is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. She recently completed an internship with the American Cancer Society Memorial Hope Lodge in Nashville, TN. Prior to this, she honed her administrative and communications skills in a variety positions, serving as dental assistant/office assistant and a sales associate for a national retail chain. An active member of her home church, Brittany has served as an usher, a choir member/director, and the Youth Director for the past 3 ½ years. Having been closely affected by cancer, she has a heart for cancer patients, survivors, and the families dealing with the disease.
Patsy Robinson, Weekend Program Coordinator
With a long history in nonprofit and social services, Weekend Program Coordinator Patsy Robinson moved from the Upper Cumberland Community Services Agency to working full time with children and part-time with HHH. Her calm demeanor and easy smile underpin the service she provides to patients and guests on weekends when she serves not only as their first point of contact but also the go-to person for any and every need. In four years, Patsy has created a stable and growing weekend program. Patsy lives in Nashville where she continues to pursue higher education and loves spending time with family, friends and her beloved dog.