board of directors
Dawn Green - 2023 Board Chair. Dawn has been an educator in Cheatham County for over 20 years and is currently a proud teacher at Harpeth Middle School. She loves to bake cookies for her company K & D cookies and enjoys serving her community at the Ark!
Caroline Reynolds - Chair Emeritus: Caroline has been a licensed social worker for Dialysis Clinic, Inc for over 30 years and is now retired. She and her husband, Gary, have lived in Kingston Springs since 1986. She is very involved with her church, KSUMC, and with the South Cheatham community having helped establish The Ark in 2001 as an outgrowth of her church's Missions Committee. She helped establish the Meals on Wheels program in South Cheatham in the 1994. She volunteers with the weekly food pantry, annual school supply give away, and angel tree. She most recently served as the ARK Board Chair in 2022
Sheila Harris - Treasurer. She has been on the Ark Board several other previous terms; and was one of the first treasurers. Sheila is very committed to the Meals on Wheels program and helped to create the site in South Cheatham at Pegram UMC where she is a member. She has recently retired from Pinnacle Bank; and is a realtor with Crye-Leike Realtors.
Jennifer Roberts- Vice Chair. Jennifer has been an educator in Cheatham County for over 20 years and is currently a proud teacher at Harpeth Middle School.
Dana Brown- Secretary Dana is the Bookkeeper at Kingston Springs Elementary, and has driven a school bus in Cheatham County for 23 years. She is very active in her church, the community, mission work in Haiti, homeless ministry, and most importantly LOVES being a Mimi.
Lisa Taylor - Lisa is an active member of the Pegram United Methodist Church. She is married to Jeff and lives in Kingston Springs where she works as a health care representative for the south Cheatham County Farm Bureau office. She has been a volunteer for the Ark food pantry since 2001. Since then she has volunteered for the Meals on Wheels program, yearly US Postal food drive, yearly back to school giveaway, as well as a continued volunteer since the opening of the Noah’s Closet Resale Shop. She has been a board member since 2009.
Lisa Vetitoe- returns to the board having previously served for several years including during the flood of 2010. A lifelong resident of Kingston Springs, Lisa wishes to thank the board for giving her the opportunity once again to help with the many programs and services the ARK runs to assist the needs of the community. She hopes her management and financial experience with her years at Walmart will bring helpful assistance to the diverse talents of her fellow board members.
Sid Sadler- Sid and his wife are originally from the Middle Tennessee area. Sid has a degree in Nonprofit Management, and serves as the Communications Coordinator for Agape Animal Rescue and Training Center in Nashville, TN. His wife is an ICU RN and will soon be a Family Nurse Practitioner. They have two dogs, and live in White Bluff, TN. He has helped with the new site implementation, and social media for The Ark.
Jack Arnold- Jack and his family have lived in Kingston Springs since 2007. Jack is an Army Veteran and has a long history of volunteering for many youth related programs over the years.
He has also served on the board of the 23rd Judicial District Drug Court Program and is looking forward to assisting the residents of So. Cheatham by serving on the ARK Board in various capacities.
Susan Greer- Susan her husband Ed have been life-long residents of Kingston Springs and volunteers in the communities as well as the K.S. United Methodist Church where they are members. Susan is currently a social worker at Richland Place Nursing Facility.
Amanda Howell- Harpeth Middle School Teacher and Resident of Cheatham Co for over 10 years. When not spending time with her family, Amanda is very involved in her Charlotte Rd. Baptist Church and all things Vandy!
Millie Jones- Raised in Milan, Tn., Millie has been a resident of Kingston Springs since taking a teaching position at Pegram Elementary. She then went to Ashland City Elem. where she served as Principal for 21 years. She loves being of service to those needing assistance and has volunteered for Meals-on-Wheels, Noah's Closet, and the Woman's Prison Ministry.
Jenny Oles- After Volunteering with Noah's Closet for the past several years, Jenny is excited to serve on the board and hopes her years of helping others throughout her career in Nursing will be an asset to the board. She currently lives in Ashland City having retired from Centennial Medical Center. Jenny also volunteers at Cheatham Co. Animal Control!
Aimee White- Born and raised in Kingston Springs, Aimee has taught at Harpeth Middle School since 2004. Being so invested in the community, Aimee welcomes the opportunity to lend a hand, and instill in her 4 children (and 1 grandchild) the importance of giving back.