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Bios - Board of Directors

Jeff Stallworth 

Jeff is an Alabama native from Monroe county. He has been a supporter and friend of the Lee County Literacy Coalition for many years participating in annual fundraisers and advising the organization on Information Technology matters. 

Working with the Auburn University Office of Information Technology for over 25 years, he is currently the Director of Infrastructure, Virtualization and High-Performance Computing. 

Jeff was introduced to LCLC by his wife Betsy, a current LCLC ambassador, who has served in many roles including past President of the LCLC Board. Jeff and Betsy live in Auburn and have two adult children. Jeff also enjoys supporting other local causes through his church men's group including, Redeeming Grace Ministries, Our House and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Alabama. 


Another lifelong love and profession has been as a musician where he lived and worked in Nashville Tennessee for many years before moving back to Auburn in 1996. Jeff continues to play music around the Auburn area with various ensembles. Jeff says,  I am always touched when hearing the success stories of LCLC learners and realize the life changing power of literacy. It is a joy to be a part of it.

Michael Barlow 

Michael is passionate about literacy as a result of having a grandmother develop a nationally recognized reading program that was taught in all 50 U.S. states and validated by the U.S. Department of Education. He was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. His family has always been a big part of who he is and what he enjoys doing. He is one of eight kids (six boys and two girls) and now has his own family. He is married to a southern girl who stays at home with their three kids (2 girls and 1 boy). He graduated from Brigham Young University (BYU) where he received a bachelors degree in public health and a minor in business, and then received a masters degree in hospital administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Michael is employed by East Alabama Medical Health and works as an operational manager which he truly enjoys and is passionate about the work he does. Healthcare has always been close to him since his father is a physician and several of his brothers are in healthcare related fields. He enjoys spending time with family, reading books to and playing with his kids. He also enjoys reading, playing piano, cooking, outdoor activities and loves traveling. His favorite place he has traveled is Jerusalem, where he studied a semester while attending BYU at the BYU Jerusalem campus.

Patricia (Pat) Stewart

Ms. Stewart is an advocate and supporter of the organization. As co-founder and Principal of Innovative Healthcare Solutions, Pat was responsible for the quality of consulting services provided to Innovative Healthcare Solutions clients. Working across the United States with healthcare executives and her consultants, she played a key role in growing, marketing, and managing the practice’s consulting services. Under Pat’s guidance from 2000 to 2016, Innovative Healthcare Solutions, Inc. received multiple national awards as a leader in healthcare technology consulting. Pat sold her healthcare technology consulting company in 2016 and has retired from business. Throughout her career, she has tried to combine her business skills with her desire to help others and “give back” in a meaningful way.


One of Pat’s goals for her retirement has been to dedicate more time for positive change in our community. She provides her professional expertise to LCLC as well as the Food Bank Garden, Stop Hunger Now, Christian Women’s Job Corps of Lee County, United Way of Central Alabama, and the YWCA of Central Alabama. Pat is a Certified Public Accountant with degrees in Biology and Accounting from Auburn University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Andrea Daniel

Daniels has been working with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old for over 30 years. She owned my own daycare home and Day Care Center where her goal was to educate, motivate and inspire children to learn. Her goal is help children at a young age to achieve their educational goals in life. “I think by starting that learning stage early in life is the key to it”. Daniels has worked in private daycare centers in Macon County, Montgomery County and Lee County. She worked with the Montgomery Community Action Head start Program for 8 years and now is employed with ACHR Head start Program in Auburn. She has a CDA in Early Childhood Education, Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education and working on a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education at AUM. “My goal is to continue to reach children in the community to help them rise to an educational level that will help them to succeed in life”.

Joseph A. Holt

Joseph Holt is originally from Lee County and is founder and principal of Amplo.  He has over fifteen years of experience in the real estate industry with a focus in multifamily housing.  Prior to founding Amplo Capital, Joseph co-founded Kore Company, a multifamily development firm based in Birmingham, AL.  Joseph's background also includes seven years in multifamily investment sales at Rock Apartment Advisors, now Harbert Multifamily, where he was Vice President and led the firm's institutional investment sales team.  Joseph graduated from Auburn University in 2008 with a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Minor in Finance and has a Masters of Business Administration from Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.  

Dr Rindia Lambert Hunt 

Dr. Rindia Lambert Hunt is a native of Huntsville Alabama but moved to the loveliest plains of Auburn, Alabama in 2016. She is a grateful mother and wife to Rogers Hunt III and their two college students, Miles and Zion. Dr. Hunt received her bachelor degree in Medical Technology from Alabama A&M University in 1997. She embarked further on her educational journey and received her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2001 and Doctorate of Occupational Therapy in 2005, both from Belmont University.

Dr. Hunt has practiced over 22 years in healthcare as an Occupational Therapist in various settings that include home health, skilled nursing rehab, assisted/independent living communities, psych/mental health, hospital, community settings and academia. Dr. Hunt has served in academia almost 10 years as an Assistant Professor and Academic Fieldwork Coordinator for Tuskegee University's Master of Occupational Therapy Program. Dr. Hunt is excited and motivated to share her knowledge, passion, authentic leadership and spirit of volunteerism with Lee County Literacy Coalition and surrounding community . Lastly, she is a devoted and distinguished member of Auburn Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and currently serves as Chair of the Educational Development Committee.


Carole Harrison 

Carole Harrison has been a Realtor in Lee County since 1999 and is currently the Qualifying Broker at Porter Properties.  Prior to her real estate career she spent 16 years in the health care industry with a Fortune 500 company in sales and marketing. She is the current Past President of the Lee County Association of Realtors and has been heavily involved with her profession having, served on many committees and elected positions locally but also on the state level. She most recently finished serving as a Commissioner for two 5 year terms with the Alabama Real Estate Commission.  The Kiwanis Club of Auburn and the Lee County Literacy Coalition are civic organizations where she volunteers her time outside of real estate.

Carole is a graduate of Auburn University with a BS in Biological Sciences and has an MBA in Marketing from the University of Georgia.  Carole lives in Auburn with her husband Steve and they have 6 grandchildren that live in the Atlanta area.

Pat Anchor
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