Stacey Lynn Crisp Joins Salvation Army

Thursday, March 6, 2014
Kimberly George and Stacey Lynn Crisp
Kimberly George and Stacey Lynn Crisp

After serving as the seasonal volunteer coordinator for the Salvation Army during Christmas 2013, Stacey Lynn Crisp now joins the Salvation Army team full-time as the director of Volunteer Services and Special Events.   

“Stacey brings years of experience in event planning to this position,” states Community Relations and Development Department Head, Kimberly George.  “I know she is exactly who we need to manage our robust volunteer team and continue to grow it along with our events.”  

Ms. Crisp, formally of Lyndsay Street Hall, managed and coordinated special events including receptions, weddings and gatherings for the Chattanooga area.  She is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a degree in Marketing.  Ms. Crisp is also a proud mother of three girls ages 16, 11 and 9.   

For more information on Ms. Crisp, volunteering with The Salvation Army, or to support the ministries of The Salvation Army, visit www.csarmy.org or visit The Salvation Army Area Command Offices at 822 McCallie Ave.


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