Siloam Health, a faith-based, charitable health center for the uninsured with particular emphasis on caring for the immigrant and refugee community added four health, community and religious leaders to its board of directors.
Fady Al-Hagal, a Syrian who has lived in Tennessee most of his adult life, serves as the pastor and executive director of the International Leadership Coalition (ILC). Founded for the purpose of making disciples among international people groups, ILC partners with local churches to plant ministries both in the United States and around the world.
Brevard Haynes, MD
Brevard Haynes, MD, is a longtime volunteer and active advocate for Siloam Health. He served as a board member from 1996 to 2017 and as board chair from 1999 to 2006. In addition to his volunteer work with Siloam, Hayes is a practicing physician specializing in sleep apnea, founding Nashville's first sleep center in 1984.
Stephen Roberts is the vice president and associate general counsel for Premise Health, a direct healthcare access provider for organizations in the U.S, Guam and Puerto Rico. Prior to Premise Health, Roberts worked for Dialysis Clinic, Inc. and DCI Donor Services, Inc. for 11 years as corporate counsel and later general counsel. Most recently, he served on the boards of Alive Hospice, Inc. and the Coalition for Supportive Care of Kidney Patients. Roberts received his undergraduate degree from Lambuth University and his law degree from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.
Missy Wallace is the founding executive director of the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work (NIFW), a Nashville-based initiative dedicated to helping individuals and groups integrate their faith into their daily vocational lives. Prior to launching NIFW, she worked at Bank of America in Charlotte, N.C.; The Boston Consulting Group in Chicago, Singapore, Bangkok and New York; Time Warner in New York, and most recently on the team that launched the high school division of Ensworth School. Wallace holds an undergrad degree in economics from Vanderbilt and an MBA from the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern.
Located at 820 Gale Lane in the Melrose area, Siloam has a staff of 45 working in concert with approximately 500 volunteers and dozens of partner organizations to serve 4,500 patients annually from all over Middle Tennessee ... and the world with 90 percent of Siloam's patients being immigrants and refugees representing more than 80 countries.