1. Meredith McNabb is the Associate Director for Educational Programming for the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving. Meredith is an ordained clergy member in the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church, and served from 2014-2019 as the Director of the Center for Clergy Excellence, overseeing clergy formation, continuing education, and conference relationships for the 1600 United Methodist clergy in Virginia. Prior to that, she was one of the pastors at Grace United Methodist Church, a large congregation in the Washington, DC suburbs (Manassas, Va.). In her early career, she served as an attorney in Virginia, working primarily with low-income victims of domestic violence and on end-of-life planning, along with resourcing local nonprofit organizations. Meredith earned BA in Economics from the University of Virginia, a M.Div from Emory University, Candler School of Theology, a JD from the Washington & Lee School of Law, and a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia.
2. Robert Hay has served since 2012 as the Presbyterian Foundation’s Senior Ministry Relations Officer for the southeastern U.S. He works with congregations to create a culture of generosity, offers seminars and workshops, develops gifts and fundraising plans for ministries, and provides coaching and consulting to pastors, committees, sessions, and lay leaders. Prior to joining the Foundation, he served as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Hi-Hope Service Center in Lawrenceville, GA, and as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer with the Care and Counseling Center of Georgia. Robert holds a MPA degree with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University and a BS in Business Administration from Auburn University. Robert is a member of First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City where his wife, Rev. Morgan Hay, serves as the pastor.
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