Board of Directors

Lisa Slipkovich – Board Chair

James C. Seabury, III P.E. — Immediate Past Chair, Enterprise Electric, LLC, CEO

Corey Napier – Treasurer, Corporate Artworks

Lera Pendergrass – Secretary, Enterprise Electric, LLC

Mickey Beazley – Co-Founder and Life Member

Jeff Ballard, Delta Dental

Heath Clark, Clark Business and Health Law

Cheryl H. Chunn, Corporate Artworks

Joann Ettien, RN, MS, The Women’s and Children’s Hospital at Centennial

Edward Hernandez, Covalus

Chris Holmes, FirstBank

Peter S. Lee, FirstBank

James E. Looper, Jr., Hall Booth Smith

Richard L. Miller, Earl Swensson Associates

Wright Pinson, M.D., M.B.A., Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Jodi Kiel Seely, Interface

Nelson Shields, Simbiote Development, CEO

Selina Staub

Russell Templin, JE Dunn

Natalie Withers, Paradigm Group

Ted Johnson, HCA Healthcare, Inc.

Our Staff

Angie Stiff
Executive Director
Angie Stiff began her career in corporate sales and account management at Kraft Foods. She was introduced to the non-profit fundraising world as a volunteer, working with such diverse organizations as United Cerebral Palsy, The Junior League of Nashville, and Community Health Charities. In 2004 she joined the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as Executive Director, where she was responsible for increasing majors gifts by 1000%. In 2007, Angie became the Director of Advancement at Franklin Road Academy, where she oversaw admissions, alumni relations, marketing, community relations and special events. Angie raised more than 12,400,000 through newly developed endowment and giving programs and gifts. She and her husband, Jimmy, are active members of Brentwood Baptist Church, and live in Marshall County where they are raising two daughters, McKinley and Mensi.
Robin Morris
Director of Volunteers and Programs
Robin Morris, born in Knoxville, earned her degree in Social Work from The University of Tennessee Chattanooga. After graduation, she joined the staff of Young Life Chattanooga. She moved to Franklin, TN in 1999 and began working for Williamson County Young Life. Robin loves meeting people and is passionate about loving and serving others. She attends Fellowship Bible Church with her daughter, Grayson, and her son, Bennett.
Bailey Poage
Guest Services Coordinator
Bailey recently graduated from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Child and Family Development. After living in St. Simons Island, GA, for three years following graduation, Bailey joined her family in calling Montgomery, AL, home before moving to Nashville. After volunteering in hospitals for several years, working with patients and their families has held a special place in her heart. Bailey completed an internship with the Georgia Chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Jordan Waldron
Director of Development
Jordan Waldron, originally from Chattanooga, TN moved to Nashville after graduating from Auburn University with a degree in Mass Communications. She began her career in Nashville in the non-profit world. For the past decade, she has spent her career in marketing, business development and public relations. She served as the Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for FirstBank and most recently the Director of Marketing at Crosslin. Jordan has always had a passion for our community and giving back, which has led her to return to work in non-profit with Hospital Hospitality House. She is a board member of the Davis House Child Advocacy Center, serves on the Junior League of Nashville Board of Directors and a 2018 Tennessee Prayer Breakfast committee member. She is a Leadership Brentwood Alum and in 2016, Jordan was named Young Leader of the Year and was named 40 under 40 by Nashville Business Journal in 2017. She and her husband reside in Franklin with their son and enjoy doing all things 6 year old boys love!
Andrea Kenney
Operations Manager
Andrea Kenney moved to Nashville with her husband, Brett, in 2007 from her home state of Mississippi. Andrea then joined a West Nashville church as the Director of Women’s Ministry. She then served as the Mission Coordinator, traveling each year to Nicaragua and Mexico. She spends her free time volunteering in her community. Andrea and Brett run an afterschool recreational program for underprivileged kids in the neighborhood. Her passion is to serve others and to see them reach their full potential.
Patsy Robinson
Weekend Program Coordinator
Patsy Robinson moved from working with The Upper Cumberland Community Services Agency to working part time for Hospital Hospitality House. Patsy serves at the point of contact for guests on the weekend. With her easy smile and service, she has become the go-to person for any need on the weekends for guests. Patsy is responsible for creating a successful and thriving weekend program for HHH. Patsy lives in Nashville where she enjoys spending time her friends, family, and dog.