We wanted to update all of you as we are going through a season of change for Lubbock Impact staff.
Brandi Carter, who has served as the Executive Assistant at Lubbock Impact since the beginning of 2020, is graduating from Texas Tech. Throughout the years, she has been in charge of many tasks, such as grocery shopping for our meals, helping oversee the Clothes Closet, keeping track of odds and ends, and so much more. We are so grateful for the time she served here, and we look forward to cheering her on as she steps into a new adventure. In the coming months, she will prepare to work as a teacher at Southcrest Christian School, where all four of her kids will attend this Fall. Please join us in congratulating and praying for Brandi as she walks through this exciting transition!
As some of you may know, K’Lynn McEhaney has come on board as our Program Director! She comes with wisdom and people skills to help our participants. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and looks forward to helping our participants with both what they may physically need in the moment, and their long-term physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
Many of you know Stephanie Wallace, who came to Lubbock Impact after she retired from her full-time job, wanting to use her skillset to serve the community. A volunteer herself, she has been our Volunteer Coordinator, often putting in 25+ hours a week to handle all of the responsibilities that come with overseeing volunteers. Coming into 2023, Stephanie knew she was ready to enjoy retirement fully. Over the past few months, we have been working to make provisions for a full-time Volunteer Coordinator to come on and relieve Stephanie of her responsibilities. No need to worry, you will still see Stephanie volunteering at Lubbock Impact!
We are excited to announce that Shawna Silvas has officially joined the Lubbock Impact staff as our Finance and Volunteer Manager. She comes with a servant’s heart and is ready to learn all of the ins and outs of Lubbock Impact behind the scenes.
We give thanks to God for His provisions to make all of this possible. We are so excited to see how God continues to use Lubbock Impact’s staff in the future. When you see K’Lynn and Shawna, please give them a warm welcome!