SAVING LIVES. FUNDING FUTURES.
Our dedicated team has more than 75 years of collective experience in philanthropy/fundraising. We’re passionate about supporting Regional One Health’s mission to improve the health and well-being of our community by providing compassionate care and exceptional healthcare services. We’re diligent in our work to ensure every dollar raised takes us one step closer to realizing our vision of a modern academic medical center committed to delivering world-class patient care, right here in Memphis.
Tammie is often seen walking the halls of the hospital visiting with our clinical teams, meeting with patients and families and seeing how we can better meet their needs. She stays current on innovative medical solutions and healthcare trends, as well as healthcare philanthropy to identify opportunities to make our organization stronger.
No two days are the same for Tammie. In her role, she serves as a relationship manager by connecting philanthropists to programs, causes, clinical leaders and others who can fulfill their desire to change healthcare and positively impact the lives of others. Tammie also connects physicians, researchers, nurses and innovative industry leaders to the philanthropists who can support their efforts to save more lives, to improve patient outcomes, to keep their patients healthy, and to prevent devastating illnesses and injuries.
Tammie is a proud native Memphian. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Rhodes College. She is a Certified Fundraising Executive, an internationally recognized designation for philanthropic fundraising executives. Tammie is a member of the Memphis Downtown Rotary Club, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy and the Health Management Academy. She is also a member of Greater Community Temple, Church of God in Christ.
Marsha enjoys working with people who share her passion for the mission of Regional One Health Foundation. In her role, Marsha is responsible for tracking donations, fund balances and donor prospects. Marsha cultivates and maintains relationships with Foundation donors; coordinates campaign drives, special benefit events and promotions on behalf of the Foundation; and serves as the liaison with hospital staff and special constituent groups, such as Elvis Presley fans and the Memphis Firefighters.
Marsha is from Drummonds, Tennessee. She has a son, Ernest, and a grandson, Ethan. Marsha is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, and St. Mark M. B. Church in Drummonds, Tennessee. She obtained an associate degree from Southwest Tennessee, a bachelor’s degree from the University of Memphis and master’s degree in human resource management from Webster University while continuing to work full-time.
Sheilla enjoys coordinating with the entire Foundation team to bring the group’s efforts together in a cohesive plan. She also serves as the administrative liaison for the Foundation’s Board of Directors and coordinates the acknowledgment and gift entry processes.
Sheilla knows first-hand how important the Regional One Health system is to our community. The life of one of her family members was saved by the outstanding care they received. By serving as a Development Associate, Sheilla can help protect and advance the life-saving work of the Regional One Health system.
Sheilla resides in Memphis and is the proud mother of a teenage daughter, Lyric.
In Mary Catherine’s previous corporate meeting and events position, she worked on such notable events as the grand opening of the new Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital; National Civil Rights Museum Freedom Awards, which has such distinguished honorees as the Dalai Lama, Al Gore and B.B. King.
Mary Catherine’s vast experience in corporate meeting and event management is instrumental in her role as Director of Events. Mary Catherine oversees and implements all the current and potential Foundation events, including the Foundation’s largest, most exciting fundraiser of the year, the annual gala.
Mary Catherine is a native Memphian. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, practicing yoga and is an avid runner.
In his decade-long role as the AutoZone Liberty Bowl’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Patrick helped bring about the Bowl’s new records in sponsorship sales and ticket sales. He played a pivotal role in the Bowl’s shift to digital marketing and communications.
Patrick lives in Memphis with his wife, Allison, and three daughters, Lila, Adeline, and Cora. He is a native of Brewton, Alabama and is proud of his past as a four-year letterman on the Tiger football team. He earned his Masters degree from the University of Memphis in Sport and Leisure Commerce along with dual degrees in Marketing Management and Real Estate.
Rachel began her career in development by fundraising for the College of Arts in Science at the University of Missouri. During her four years on the team, she managed a portfolio of over 100 prospects and played a pivotal role in the university’s capital campaign. In addition to her fundraising responsibilities, Rachel was instrumental in building Mizzou’s donor pipeline in St. Louis and Houston, Texas.
Rachel recently was married and moved to Memphis with her husband, Zach. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Arts in English.
In his role, Jevonte seeks to increase financial support of Regional One Health Foundation through growing the number of annual donors. He works with the staff and board committees to create processes and efficiencies that lead to improved volunteer engagement, increased community awareness, and enhanced donor relationships.
Jevonte is a native Memphian who enjoys spending time with his wife, Shelby, and rooting for the Dallas Cowboys. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communication Studies.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, Randy has also lived in Florida, Kentucky and North Carolina. His academic career studying health and human performance and American history was primarily at the University of Florida, Southern Illinois University, and at the University of Kentucky.
Prior to joining the Regional One Health Foundation staff, Randy worked for the University of Memphis and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Also in North Carolina, he served as the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations for Appalachian State University. The Gonzalez family spent over twenty years in Lexington, Kentucky where Randy last served as Associate Dean for the College of Dentistry at the University of Kentucky. In these roles and others, Randy enjoyed strategically guiding and securing resources for institutional and community services/initiatives (including at an academic health center).
Randy and his wife Lori Stewart Gonzalez reside in Memphis and have a son Clay who is in graduate school studying music composition at the University of Michigan.