Hombres de Valor cuenta también con el apoyo de una Junta Asesora compuesta por líderes comunitarios que aportan generosamente su tiempo y talentos.

Ellos son:

Nashville Advisory Board

Jonathan Barnes has spent the past two decades in business leadership, developing strategy, curating winning cultures, managing effective teams, and executing high-growth plans successfully. After launching and leading an Inc. 500 company in the healthcare technology staffing space, Jonathan started Work Heartily, a fractional executive firm that helps business grow. He and his wife have been married for 21 years and have six children.

Jeb earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Belmont University. He currently serves as the Managing Director, Federal and Local Partnership Development for CoreCivic.

He also serves as a Board Member for Easter seals, Fight DMD, Trustees Member at Franklin Road Academy, Nashville Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition among others.

Runcie Clements is the Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel for Cumberland Trust and Investment Company. Mr. Clements has been with Cumberland Trust for nearly 20 years and advises the company on trust and estate administration, special assets administration, fiduciary compliance and corporate governance matters.

Prior to joining Cumberland Trust, Runcie was the Charitable Giving Counsel for the American Cancer Society where he advised nationwide staff on legal and tax issues in the areas of planned giving, outright gifts, and other charitable giving arrangements. He has also worked in a private legal practice in the areas of estate planning, taxation, real estate, and general business.

Runcie is a graduate of Baylor University with a B.B.A. in Accounting. He received his J.D. from Vanderbilt University.  Runcie and his wife, Donna, have four children.

Brandon has been with Houchens Insurance Group as an Employee Benefits Advisor for 5 years. He guides employers through their overall benefits spend and helps clients deliver top tier benefits attract and retain talent. Brandon and his wife Sydney live in Nashville with their golden retriever Sunny. They enjoy being active outdoors, traveling, and volunteering in the community. Brandon is a member of Phoenix Club of Nashville, where he has served various roles in the organization that benefits underserved youth in and around middle TN. He also has partnered with Men of Valor, a program dedicated to disciplining men in prison and equipping them with the purpose and tools so successfully reenter society as men of integrity. He was also selected as a member of the 2022 Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30 benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

John has a BS in Accounting from Mississippi State University.

He has worked for the following companies:

IBM 1967-1971
Econocom 1971-1981
Jobs for Tennessee Graduates 1981-1982
Equity Investments 1982-1990
Community Bancshares 1990-1995
Tennessee Commissioner of Finance 1996-2000
Corrections Corp of America 2000-2016
Retired 2016-

John is married to Carole Smalley Ferguson, they have three daughters, three sons-in-law, ten grandchildren and two grand sons-in-law. He is also a member of First Presbyterian Church in Nashville.

Mr. Greene is a 21-year veteran of HCA (Hospital Corporation of America) and has served as CEO of TriStar Skyline Medical Center since 2020, a two-campus, 400-bed tertiary hospital serving patients in a multi-state region.  Prior to joining Skyline, Mr. Greene served as CEO at TriStar Horizon Medical Center for five years and COO at two HCA facilities.  Developing new services with more than $250M in capital deployment, Greene has been recognized as a growth oriented leader while maintaining an unwavering commitment to quality, culture, and people.

Mr. Greene was named a 2014 Rising star and twice-named a “Top 40 under 40” by Becker’s Healthcare.  He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executes, a Certified Public Accountant, earned a BSBA from Samford University and an MBA from Nashville-based Belmont University.

Mr. Greene has been married to Amy for twenty years and they have three children; Riley Kate (18), Davis (17), and Ellie Rose (15).

Jameson has served as a mentor with Men of Valor for over ten years and is the Chief Operating Officer of Newport Healthcare, a leading provider of evidence-based healing centers across the U.S. for teens, young adults, and their families struggling with mental health issues.  Before his role at Newport, Jameson served as the President and CEO of Vanderbilt Behavioral Health, leading behavioral health services across the Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) and the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network.  Jameson began his career serving as a U.S. Marine infantry officer and continues service in the Marine Reserves.  He lives in Nashville with his wife, Anna, and three children, Jameson (10), Claire (7), and Caroline (4).

Connor is currently the Vice President of Business Development at Ellsworth Systems, where he oversees the development and growth of Ellsworth’s business strategies and vendor relationships. He graduated from Auburn University with a BS in Finance and Entrepreneurship in 2016 and now lives in Franklin, TN with his wife Jessie. Connor is passionate about serving on the Advisory Board because Men of Valor not only helps men in prison reenter society but more importantly teaches them about Jesus Christ.

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