Sally Jones Heinz, President & CEO
firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4511
Sally Jones Heinz came to MIFA in 2007 as Vice President of Development. In February of 2011, she became executive director, only the sixth person to hold that position in MIFA’s 43-year history. In 2016, her title was changed to President & CEO.
Sally’s roots are in Memphis—she grew up in Midtown, went to Evergreen Presbyterian Church, attended Snowden School, Central High, and Rhodes College (’81), and settled down with her husband Brad a few blocks from her childhood home. And service is in her genes. Her father, Jameson Jones, was dean of Rhodes College and president of Memphis College of Art; and her uncle, Dr. Paul Tudor Jones, was pastor of Idlewild Presbyterian Church and a founder of MIFA. She received an M.A. in American Studies from The University of Texas in Austin before returning to Memphis in 1983. Before coming to MIFA, Sally worked with Memphis Heritage, Robert F. Sharpe and Co., Rhodes College, and Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.
Caprice Snyder, Chief Operating Officer
email@example.com | (901) 529-4577
A MIFA team member for 28 years, Caprice Snyder most recently made the move from supervising all aspects of our family programs, including Emergency Services, Emergency Shelter Placement, the Homeless Hotline, and Homeless Prevention & Rapid Rehousing to Chief Operating Officer.
Caprice received a BS in psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi and an MPA from Tennessee State University, after which she worked for the State of Tennessee then Rivendell of American and St. Peter Home Adolescent Rehabilitation program before coming to MIFA in 1990.
Cecil McGee, Chief Financial Officer
firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4587
Selected as Memphis Business Journal's 2015 CFO of the Year among nonprofits under $25 million, Cecil has over 20 years of experience as a nonprofit financial executive in the Memphis area and has been at MIFA since 2007.
A graduate of LeMoyne-Owen College’s BBA program, Cecil worked at three Memphis area nonprofits before joining the MIFA team. He serves as an advisor to Catholic Charities of West TN, Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence, and Brinkley Heights Urban Academy.
Vanessa Burgess Frazier, Vice President of Human Resources
email@example.com | (901) 529-4501
Vanessa holds a BBA from the University of Memphis and an MBA from Webster University in St. Louis, in addition to a Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) certification and SHRM's SCP certification. She is a graduate of the Leadership Memphis Executive Program, former co-chair of SHRM-Memphis compensation and benefits CEG, and a former member of the board of directors of Society of Human Resource Management-Memphis.
Before coming to MIFA in 1999, she worked at Health First Medical Group, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and Rossville Health Center. Vanessa has over 20 years in Human Resources experience.
Arnetta Stanton Macklin, Vice President of Advancement
firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4518
Arnetta Stanton Macklin was named Vice President of Advancement in 2016. She has occupied several leadership roles at MIFA for the past 18 years, including directing Meals on Wheels, Transit, Senior Companion, and Long-Term Care Ombudsman as Vice President of Senior Programs. Previously, she worked in several positions in local and state government.
Arnetta holds a BBA in human resource management and an MPA in health services, both from University of Memphis. She is a graduate of both Leadership Memphis and the Leadership Academy.
Kathy Williams, Vice President of Senior Programs
email@example.com | (901) 529-4537
Kathy Williams has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Mississippi Valley State University and an MBA from DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management. She joined the leadership team in January 2018 with over 15 years’ experience in administration, leadership, and budget management. Before coming to MIFA she worked in local and state governments.
Mary Hamlett, Vice President of Family Programs
firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4525
Mary Hamlett is a native Memphian and grew up in the Vollintine neighborhood. She holds a BA in Human Development from Christian Brothers College, a Masters of Education from Christian Brothers University, and an EdD/EdS degree from Walden University. Mary has worked in nonprofit, social services programs since 1988, as director for organizations that provide supported housing to vulnerable adults and families, and as an adjunct professor at Southwest Tennessee Community College for over a decade. Mary originally joined the MIFA team in 2009 and helped launch the Rapid Rehousing program. She returned to MIFA in 2017.
Jim Seacat, Director of Marketing & Communications | email@example.com | (901) 529-4544
Ellen Whitten, Director of Program Performance | firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4507
Angela Bledsoe, Corporate & Foundation | email@example.com | (901) 529-4571
Candice Ivy, Community Engagement | firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4586
Linda Marks, Inter-Faith & Community Outreach | email@example.com | (901) 529-4560
Dorothy McClure, Donor Relations | firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4523
Cindy Cates Moore, Strategic Advancement Operations | email@example.com | (901) 529-4502
Charlie Nelson, Special Events | firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4514
Alexander Lewis, Rapid Rehousing | email@example.com | (901) 529-4524
Phyllis Phillips, Emergency Services | firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4583
Zev Samuels, Long-Term Care Ombudsman | email@example.com | (901) 529-4565
Alecia Williams, Senior Companion | firstname.lastname@example.org | (901) 529-4532
Stephanie Williams, Emergency Housing | email@example.com | (901) 529-4522