Olivia Hovey was born and raised in Cleveland, Tennessee, and she is currently attending Lee University and plans to graduate in May 2021 with her degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Nonprofit Management. Olivia has served as the AmeriCorps member at Family Promise of Bradley County since January 2021, and she focuses on building community relationships and developing resource development plans in order to gather volunteers and to gain financial resources that will help sustain the organization after her AmeriCorps term is over.
Eva has worked with Family Promise of Bradley County since 2011. She has a Masters Degree in Holistic Child Development from Lee University. She was named Executive Director in 2014. She is married to Rob VanHook and they have two sons, Peyton and Riley.
Tiffany Kirkpatrick is the Case Manager at Family Promise of Bradley County. She has her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga and comes from a child welfare background. Tiffany works one on one with the families in our Shelter Program to obtain stable housing and employment in hopes to break the cycle of poverty one family at a time as well as assists families in our rental assistance program, Project Home.
Elizabeth was born and raised in Newport, Vermont and moved to Cleveland to attend Lee University. After graduating with a Bachelor's in Music, she moved to Orlando to work at Walt Disney World. She is married to Justin, they have two daughters, Ella, and Willow. She has been working at Family Promise of Bradley County since January 2017 and oversees providing support programs for families that have graduated the program.