Dana Glenn, Marketing Chair

Ms. Glenn is the Administrative and Marketing Coordinator at NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership. Prior to joining NETWORKS, she was the Administrative and Marketing Coordinator for the Kingsport Office of Small Business Development and Entrepreneurship (KOSBE). A graduate of East Tennessee State University, Ms. Glenn received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration with concentrations in Management and Legal Studies.

Natalie Harris, HR Chair

Ms. Harris holds a BS in Chemical Engineering (1991, Clemson University) and a Master of Business Administration from East Tennessee State University (1999). She has 25 years of professional experience in the chemical industry, and has held a broad mix of management roles from business to functional to technical.

As a Strategy and Business Research Supervisor, she developed and implanted venture launch process with various digital business venture groups. This included conducting market research and business analysis. She has managed and coached as many as 25 employees at the same time, is experienced in strategic planning, and has been recognized as a leader in the business industry.

In addition to her professional accomplishments, Ms. Harris has lived in Argentina, England, and the Netherlands. She is a founding member of Branch House Family Center and has served as HR Chair since 2016.

Tina Pasquale, Board Secretary

Ms. Pasquale earned her Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications from ETSU and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Columbia College. She is a 2016 graduate of Leadership Kingsport. Ms. Pasquale worked at Eastman Chemical Company in various capacities for seven years, and then moved on to WETS-FM where she worked in fund development management. She is the current president of Jr. League of Kingsport, and served on the PetWorks-SBK fund development committee. Her community service history includes four consecutive years as the communications chair for Girls Incorporated of Kingsport.

Barry P. Staubus, Immediate Past Chair

He has a Bachelor of Science degree (Summa Cum Laude) from East Tennessee State University in 1979. He earned a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Memphis State University, and was licensed to practice law in Tennessee in 1983. He has 9 years of private practice experience. After working at a law firm, he served as first an Assistant District Attorney, then as Deputy District Attorney, and now District Attorney General of Sullivan County for a total of 22 years of prosecutorial experience.

He received the Sullivan County Children’s Advocacy Center’s Professional of the Year Award in 1998 for his efforts in prosecuting sexual and physical child abuse cases. In 2007, the Tennessee chapter of the Children’s Advocacy Center’s CPIT Excellence Award was presented to him in recognition of his commitment to the investigation and prosecution of child sexual abuse cases.

Andrew (Andy) T. Wampler, Board Chair

He is a shareholder at Wilson Worley, Attorneys at Law, and has acted as counsel in litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants. He practices in the state and federal courts throughout East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Mr. Wampler negotiates contracts and works with business formation and organization. Professionally, Mr. Wampler has been recognized by the Tennessee Supreme Court as an Attorney for Justice. He was named one of the top attorneys in Tennessee by Memphis Magazine, won the Frank K. Moore Key Person Award, and was recognized as 40 Under Forty by the Tri-Cities Business Journal in 2006. He was recently elected as a Fellow of the American Bar Association.

In addition to an active legal career, Mr. Wampler has served numerous groups and organizations in Sullivan County. He was the chair of Kingsport Tomorrow (2015), an incorporator of Covenant Counseling Center, on the executive committee for Providence Medical Clinic, president of the Boys and Girls Club (2009, 2010), United Way executive committee member, and has served numerous other organizations that benefit the local community.

Laura White, Treasurer

Ms. White is a US Military Veteran who served our nation in the US Army from 1982-1992. She retired from the military in 1992 as a US Army Captain, serving until that time as a US Army Reserves Military Intelligence Officer who supported special forces command staff as they dealt with intelligence matters.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Arizona, graduating as a Distinguished Military Student. She earned a Masters of Arts in Computer and Information Resource Management from Webster University, Pope Air Force Base, where she was recognized as graduate student of the year in 1990/1991. She successfully completed the Uniformed Certified Public Accountant Exam in February of 2008, and has served in various accountant and finance positions over her career, including her work as the vice president for finance and administration at Bluefield College and most recently accounting assistant at Greater Kingsport Family YMCA.

Deborah Yeomans-Barton, Board Vice Chair

Ms. Yeomans-Barton is an attorney with a career-long commitment to providing legal representation to the less fortunate. She has worked as an employee at Legal Aid of East Tennessee for 24 years, and currently serves as managing attorney for the Johnson City office.

In 2013, she was recognized by the Statewide Domestic Violence Coordinating Council as its Advocate of the Year. She was awarded Tennessee’s top public service attorney award (the Ashley T. Wiltshire Public Service Attorney of the Year Award) in 2014 in recognition of her work on behalf of domestic violence survivors.

She is relied upon by local judges and court clerks for her expertise in the area of domestic violence.

Branch House Family Center
Board of Directors 2019