Staff

BrightStone values our employees as our greatest asset.  It is through their work, their commitment, and their passion that a quality program exists for adults living with developmental disabilities in Middle Tennessee.

 

Brenda Hauk, CEO and Founder
brenda.hauk@brightstone.org, ext. 102
Brenda Hauk, Founder, has served BrightStone as Executive Director since it began in 1999. Involved in the Special Needs community for many years as a teacher, JOBS coordinator, Special Olympics trainer, writer of publications and resource for churches and schools, Brenda has committed her life to helping adults with special needs to live a life of fulfillment.

Randy Elliott, Director of Advancement
randy.elliott@brightstone.org, ext. 101
Randy Elliott joined our leadership team in May 2016. Randy is responsible for advancing the mission of Brightstone and leads our Development and Community Relations activities. Prior to joining Brightstone, Randy was Director of Advancement for New Hope Academy, Director of Development for Guideposts Foundation and Vice President for Thomas Nelson Publishers. Randy holds a BA degree in Journalism from the University of Memphis. He and his wife Ann have four grown children and have lived in Franklin since 2003.

Lee Rose, Director of Operations
lee.rose@brightstone.org, ext. 109
Serving BrightStone since 2007, Lee Rose is responsible for daily facility operations, state licensure compliance, human resource functions and staffing, facility maintenance, transportation, safety, training and product marketing and sales. Before joining BrightStone Lee proudly served in the United States Army as a Captain and Army Aviator with 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Over his career he has held positions with companies such as DCI Management Group, Pearle Vision, and KFC serving in  capacities of District Manager, Regional Manager, Vice President and Division Vice President.

Dru Victory, Program Coordinator
dru.victory@brightstone.org, ext. 106
Overseeing daily life for the adults at BrightStone, Dru Victory has served BrightStone since 2001. She is responsible for securing, supervising, training and development of the direct services staff, scheduling and monitoring the program services to our adults and their individual goals and objectives, scheduling student daily activities and work groups, overseeing grant compliance, and monitoring product inventory. Before coming to BrightStone, Dru assisting in establishing a school-to-work transition program, developed a Job Coach Manual, and was the lead trainer for job coaches in the Williamson County Schools.

Daniel Bradley, Development Associate
daniel.bradley@brightstone.org, ext. 103
Daniel was born and raised in Williamson County. After earning a bachelor’s in music performance and a seminary masters degree, Daniel spent five years working at a local church. Sensing a call to resource local non-profits, he was introduced to BrightStone and was inspired by their purpose and leadership. Daniel is now taking the lead with event planning, marketing, and communications that pertain directly to developing BrightStone. Daniel lives in Franklin with his wife, Caitlin; their two dogs; and their pet pig, Hamlet.

Elaine Farmer, Development Coordinator
elaine.farmer@brightstone.org, ext. 104
Elaine Farmer brings over 30 years of administrative and management experience to the position of Development Coordinator.  In this role, she assists the Executive Director and Director of Advancement as well as oversee our Volunteers and assist with Events.
Elaine lives in Smyrna with her husband, Lenny, who pastors Jackson Ridge Baptist Church in Rockvale. She not only is proud to be a Tennessean by birth, but during football and basketball season, you will know she is a die hard Big Orange fan. In her free time, Elaine loves being with her children and grandchildren and is involved in the activities of their church.  “The purpose and people of BrightStone is what drew me to this wonderful organization. I am honored and thrilled to be a part of BrightStone!”

 

 

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