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THE SALVATION ARMY ANNOUNCES NEW ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS

Nashville, TN – The Salvation Army Nashville Area Command is pleased to announce the following appointments to our Advisory Board: Everton Heron, William A. Dick, Jr., William L. Zelenik and Roddy Story.

Everton Heron

Everton Heron, a native of Kingston, Jamaica, has a unique background with a combination of national business, entrepreneurial enterprise, athletics, strategic leadership and Kingdom purpose. A graduate of Marist College, Everton received a BS degree in Computer Information Systems and was a member of the Division I MAAC Championship Football Team. Everton has managed IT operations on a national level, seeing extensive profit rewards for companies in the industries of health care, Government and manufacturing while also being an advocate and a voice for the poor and homeless population as a weekly volunteer with The Salvation Army’s “Soup Wagon” ministry. He is currently a managing partner in Intelligent Minds LLC.

William Dick, Jr.

William Dick is a Human Resources professional with eight plus years of retirement plan management, customer service and operations experience working closely with company Human Resource Staffs, over a decade of management experience in addition to 5 years of progressive, varied direct HR experience. Bill received a Master of Accountancy at Jack C. Massey School of Business from Belmont University with a prior Bachelors degree from Vanderbilt University in Economics. He also has earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification. Currently, Bill is employed as a consultant with Focus Human Capital in Franklin, TN. Bill is a volunteer Tutor in The Salvation Army’s GED training program. Bill serves on the Army’s Program Committee as Life Skills Learning advocate.

William Zelenik

Bill Zelenik is the founder and CEO of Millennium Brokerage Group, a life insurance distribution company founded in September 1998. Millennium has ten regional offices which provide life insurance based financial solutions to traditional independent producers, institutional outlets (banks and broker-dealers), other professionals (certified public accounts, financial planners, and property / casualty agencies), private and family offices. Millennium Brokerage Group is a title sponsor of The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. Prior to founding Millennium, Bill spent 19 years at Aetna, Inc. He served as Aetna’s Regional Vice President for Life Brokerage, providing advanced underwriting, sophisticated estate planning, and life insurance concepts to independent producers.

Roddy Story

Roddy Story is the Executive Vice President and Manager of Commercial Banking for The Bank of Tennessee. Prior to his banking career, Story was a co-owner of The Children’s Shop, a three store chain in Nashville and Atlanta. Story received his M.B.A from Vanderbilt University with a concentration in finance and marketing. Roddy and his wife Ann have 2 grown children and enjoy music, sports and history. Roddy’s volunteer experience with The Salvation Army includes bell ringing on the plaza at 4th & Church. He will serve on the Army’s Finance Committee.

The Salvation Army 2010-2011 Advisory Board Executive Committee includes: Robert Britton, Board Chair; Biff Porter, Past Board Chair, Doug Remke, Finance Chair, Anna Marie, Marketing and Resource Development Chair, John Anderson, Programs Chair, Walker Mathews, Property Chair, Jayne Hanes, Women’s Auxiliary Chair, Charles Bryant, Prayer Chair, Sid Pilson, Planned Giving Chair, David West, Board Development Chair, and Tricia Carswell, Ad-Hoc Chair.

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