Position: AmeriCorps Member, Educational Initiatives Director
Campus Phone: (865) 471-3594
Matt Cummings joined the Bonner Center team in December 2011. Matt is an AmeriCorps member at the Bonner Center in collaboration with Tennessee Community Assistance Corporation. Matt holds a dual B.A. from Johnson University in Urban and Biblical Studies. He is currently pursuing his Master of Arts degree at Eastern University in Urban Studies and Community Development. Matt is the director of educational initiatives at the Bonner Center, particularly the Bonner Out of School Time (BOOST) program that provides free afterschool programming for K-8th grade youth in collaboration with the Jefferson City Housing Authority. His area of interests in service are community development and educational justice.
Position: Logistics Coordinator
Campus Phone: 865-471-3594
Campus Box: 72008
Renee' joined the Bonner Center staff in January 2011. She is originally from Louisville, KY. She studied Bible and Missions at Johnson University in Knoxville, TN. Renee' lives in Knoxville with her husband, C-N Alum John Dudley ('07). Her service areas of interest are mental health, advocacy, and international perspective.
Position: Bonner Coordinator
Campus Phone: 471-4315
Patrick joined the staff of the Bonner Center in July 2011. He studied Sociology and Economics at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Before joining us, he worked in upstate New York with local non profits through AmeriCorps VISTA. Patrick's areas of service interest include economic reform, micro-grants, and political activism.
Nicole Saylor , Psy.D.
Position: Bonner Center Director
Campus Phone: 865-471-2052
Campus Box: 72008
Personal Website: www.nicolesaylor.com
Dr. Nicole Saylor joined the Bonner Center in July 2010. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology, Sociology, and Adolescent Development at the University of Tennessee. She holds M.A. and Doctor of Psychology degrees from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, and is a licensed clinical psychologist in the State of Tennessee. Nicole lives with her husband Kevin in East Knoxville in a restored Craftsman home that had a past life as a center for drug trafficking. Her areas of service interest include Christian Community Development, youth development and women's issues.