Board of Directors
Robert “Buck” Wood M.D. was born and raised in Sewanee, TN. Father was a math teacher, basketball coach and athletic director a military high school. Mother was a homemaker. Attended college at the University of the South, Sewanee, TN. Attended medical school at the University of Tennessee in Memphis from 1966-1969. Internship and residency at U.T. Memphis. Military service from 1971-1972 in Public Health Services at Pima Indian Reservation in Arizona. Family practice, board certified in Crossville, TN from 1973-2008.
Kenneth Chadwell is the Managing Partner of Looney, Looney & Chadwell PLLC. Mr. Chadwell focuses primarily on a broad range of real estate transactions including finance, acquisitions, and dispositions across numerous asset types including residential developments, multi-family, industrial and retail assets. Mr. Chadwell also represents banks and financial institutions with regard to compliance, lending, underwriting and other issues.
Mr. Chadwell attended Freed-Hardeman University, B.A, 1988; Harding School of Theology, M. Div., 1991; University of Tennessee, J.D., 1997
Mrs. Kim Herring is a senior specialist for the the National Institute For Excellence in Teaching. She spent the last 31 years in Cumberland County Schools. Her career included serving as the Administrator of Student Information and a high school Math teacher at Cumberland County High School. She also worked as a core coach member of the Tennessee Mathematics Standards Review Committee, member of the TDOE TN Item Review and Item Writer Committees, and a district and regional leader in mathematics and data.
She attended Tennessee Technology University, where she received her bachelor’s and master’s degree in curriculum and instruction.
Dr. Janet Brooker is a retired educator and administrator with over 34 years in the Cumberland County School System. Her career included serving as an English teacher and then vice principal at Cumberland County High School, principal at Pine View Elementary School, and principal at Stone Memorial High School. She served in the Central Office as a supervisor working with the attendance, drop out, and graduation rates.
She attended the University of Florida, Tennessee Tech, and holds an Ed.D. from the University of Tennessee.
Mike Dalton, who was born in Pontiac, Michigan, is the Owner/President of Durable Products, Inc., Crossville, He has been in business in Crossville for 25 years, providing their customers with custom-manufactured rubber and polyurethane products. A resident of Lake Tansi Village, Mike came to Crossville in 1965. Active in his community, Mike currently serves as the Financial Chairman for the Lake Tansi POA and is the former Chairman. He has been on the Board for Hilltoppers, Inc. for ten years. He has also served on the Chamber of Commerce board in the past.
Updated Information Coming Soon……. Dr. Ina Maxwell
Mrs. Stephanie R. Barnes has been a Cumberland County educator since beginning her career in 1995 at North Cumberland Elementary. After teaching middle grades for several years, she returned to Tennessee Technological University to seek her Educational Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership. Mrs. Barnes has served as a classroom teacher for 19 years, assistant principal of Stone Elementary for 4 years, and principal of The Phoenix Campus for 4 years prior to her current role as Chief Academic Officer.