Family Promise Welcomes New Board Members
Wednesday, May 29th, 2019
Family Promise of Greater Savannah is proud to announce the addition of three new members to the board of directors. New to the board are Jason Crosby, Sheniece McMullen and Col. Terry Yon.
Crosby lives in Savannah with his wife of 18 years and his 15-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son. He has experience volunteering with People Helping People of Savannah and the Interfaith Hospitality Network. He has served as a Pre-Cana counselor, a youth coach for middle school track and basketball, and a new employee mentor. Crosby earned a Master’s of Business Administration from Georgia Southern University and is certified in project management. Crosby is currently the vice president of Strategic Healthcare Partners.
McMullen has a Bachelor’s Degree in sociology and anthropology. She has notable experience networking with community partners, hosting and planning events, and serving as a client liaison. McMullen currently works as a personal loan specialist at One Main Financial, and has she previous experience with management and business development. Throughout her studies, McMullen was named to the Dean’s List and the Honors Society.
Yon was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1967. Following his return to the U.S. after Vietnam, Yon was accepted into a degree completion program at the University of Tennessee, where he graduated with a degree in transportation. He later earned a Master’s of Arts from Central Michigan University. Yon retired from the military in 1996, after nearly 30 years of service, and moved to Central Florida, where he lived for nearly fifteen years. During that time, he served for several years on the board of directors at the Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum and on the board of trustees for the Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science. Yon and his wife relocated to Savannah in 2014 and are thoroughly enjoying the local history, culture and attractions. He belongs to the local American Legion Post 135, the Savannah Area Military Officer Association and serves as a volunteer for a local city alderman. He is an active member of the First Presbyterian Church and participates in many of their programs and activities.
“We are so excited to have such experienced, passionate members join Family Promise’s Board of Directors,” Executive Director Katrina Bostick said. “We all take great pride in supporting a nonprofit organization that is incredibly devoted to helping children and families in need.”