Stephanie has a Bachelor's in Psychology from MTSU and is currently working on her Master's in Educational Psychology. As a small business owner, she is a member of the Smith County Chamber of Commerce. She also a member of Smith County Coalition for Unity and Progress, has served as a Safety Coordinator for Planned Parenthood and Women’s March events, and volunteers for organizations and causes that involve education, learning deficits, anti-bullying efforts and other social justice issues, as well as helping to plan events within her community.
Judy was born and raised in Nashville, TN. She attended American Baptist College and was ordained as a minister in 1999. She went on to make history when she became the first female minister at Pilgrim Emmanuel Baptist Church, now known as The Tabernacle of Glory Church. Since then she has mentored other women, and the church now has six female ministers. Her passion for making her community and the world a better place developed at an early age. She and her entire 4th grade class was invited to Washington D.C after President John F. Kennedy read her passionate letter about desegregation. She has also served as a volunteer with the American Red Cross.
Nasseem is the owner of two radio stations, a singer and songwriter, model and radio personality. She has a long history of advocating for criminal justice reform, eliminating gun violence and sexual and domestic violence prevention. She has been an avid supporter of Silent No Longer; promoting our fundraisers, helping us find performers for special events and serving as emcee. She serves as a mentor for new artists, promoting them on her radio shows and has been featured, honored and recognized by a variety of musical showcases, magazines and other radio stations.
Doreen is a resident of Smith County in the eastern part of Middle Tennessee and serves as one of Silent No Longer Tennessee’s rural community representatives. She has served on the Cordell Hull Head Start Board of Directors, is a volunteer for Women’s March TN and Silent No Longer TN, and is the founder of Dream Networkers, a grassroots organization that advocates for the rights of immigrant children and asylum seekers. She is also a member of the Women’s Missionary Society, a published author, and a Family Model Provider with the state of Tennessee. She is a small business owner and has appeared on PBS as a television cooking personality.
Andrea is an Oklahoma native who moved to Tennessee in the late 1970’s. She earned her Master of Science in Nursing from Vanderbilt University and worked as an Oncology nurse before returning to school at Nashville School of Law where she graduated with the Founder’s Award. After practicing law for a while, she decided to return to the medical field. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in 2010. She is an active member and volunteer with St. Joseph Episcopal Church in Hendersonville, TN.
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