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VOL. 128 | NO. 163 | Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Christ Community Health Services Names Hollabaugh Development Director

By Kate Simone

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Bonnie Hollabaugh has joined nonprofit Christ Community Health Services, the largest primary care provider in Memphis, as director of development. Hollabaugh’s nonprofit development experience includes extensive work with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis, Girls Inc. of Memphis and Hutchison School.


Education: Bachelor of Arts from University of Richmond; Master of Arts in Executive Leadership from Christian Brothers University.

Family: Single (Aunt to a niece and nephew)

Favorite quotes: Ghandi’s “Be the change you wish to see in the world,” and Proverbs 3:5: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.”

Favorite movie: “Shrek” or maybe “Good Will Hunting”

The sports team(s) you root for: Grizzlies, of course!

What’s playing on your stereo right now? Mostly blues or classic rock.

Activities you enjoy outside of work: Cooking, listening to live music, reading.

What talent do you wish you had? If I had my way, I would be an X Games extreme snowboarder. The scenery would be incredible, and the adrenaline rush from all the cool moves and tricks would be amazing!

Seriously, though, I wish I could play a musical instrument. Pianos and violins have always captivated me. Their beautiful sound draws people in, and I think being able to play for friends and loved ones would be a real gift.

Who has had the greatest influence on you and why? My parents. They taught me compassion, loyalty and a desire to know Christ. This year they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and that is an amazing inspiration! Their love, support, trust, encouragement and commitment gave me the lens through which I view life.

What attracted you to Christ Community Health Services? I want to make a difference in this life and leave the world a better place. Having the opportunity to work in a distinctly Christian setting and to positively impact the well-being of my community neighbors is the perfect combination.

What are your goals in your new position? My major goal is to bring awareness to Memphis about the health disparities in our city. Then, mobilize people to action.

What do you consider your greatest accomplishment? I haven’t reached it yet! I’ll let you know when I do!

What do you most enjoy about your work? Connecting with so many different, unique people and letting them know about the good work of CCHS.

If you could give one piece of advice to young people, what would it be? People will either inspire you or drain you – choose wisely!


Bryan Jordan has been named chairman of the board of directors of Youth Villages. Jordan is chairman, president and chief executive officer of First Horizon National Corp. and has served on the Youth Villages board since 2009.

Christian Brothers University has been named a Best Southeastern College by The Princeton Review for the sixth consecutive year. CBU was one of 138 Southern schools chosen for the award.


Volunteer Mid-South has added four members to its board of directors: Heather Bryant, manager of COE-Source at International Paper; Leigh Chiles, attorney and shareholder with Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC; Roland Cole, financial adviser at Duncan-Williams Inc.; and Jennifer Quintero Hughes, director of brand public relations for Homewood Suites/Home2Suites by Hilton.


Thomas Moisan has joined the Memphis office of Pickering Firm Inc. as project manager. Moisan brings 24 years’ experience to the firm.

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center chapter of the Student National Pharmaceutical Association has been named the organization’s chapter of the year. The chapter also won the Rite Aid/Chauncey I. Cooper Excellence Award for Large Chapter of the Year. UTHSC student pharmacist Samantha Adams was inducted as the national immunization chair.


A2H Inc. has added five employees across its divisions. Ben Allen Jr. has joined the mechanical engineering team as senior mechanical engineer and manager. Jeff D. Eakes has joined the quality assurance department as construction administrator and manager of quality assurance. Danielle Kuehner has joined the quality assurance team as contract specialist. Chad Fitzwater has joined the construction administration team as a construction inspector and observer. And Greg Morrison has joined the architecture team as an architectural designer.

William Harsha has joined Dunavant Global Logistics Group as director of business development. Harsha will focus his efforts on expanding the company’s presence in Gulf Coast markets.

Alexandra Howard, a silver manager with Silpada Designs, has been named the company’s top recruiter for 2012-2013, as well as its top new business developer and top leadership developer. Howard achieved each award out of more than 25,000 Silpada representatives.

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