Quotation Mark

“Anyone who proposes to do good must not expect people to roll stones out of his way, but must accept his lot calmly if they even roll a few more upon it. A strength which becomes clearer and stronger through its experience of such obstacles is the only strength that can conquer them.” —Albert Schweitzer

Our Team

Board of Directors

Stirling Hutchings (President)
A+ Education Partnership

Trevor Waldo (Vice-President)
Ascension St. Vincent’s

Matthew Stuenkel (Treasurer)
Medical Properties Trust

Jan Hoffman
(Past President/Secretary)
​​Regions Bank

Ben Coffman
Protective Life

Johnny Cupp
Therapy South

Mary Scott Hodgin

Scott Kelly
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Clifford Kennon

April Mize
Hoar Holdings

Dr. Michelle Robinson

Rachel Stokes 
(Fellow for Life)

Stacey Walters
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama

Advisory Council 

Deborah Bowers, DNP, DMin, CRNP, FNP-C (Fellow for Life)
UAB School of Nursing

Michael Crouch, PharmD, FASHP
Samford University, McWhorter School of Pharmacy

Katie Ellison, MS, RDN, LDN
Fellow for Life

Craig Hoesley, MD
UAB School of Medicine

Margaret Lloyd
Fellow for Life

Raquel Mazer, DMD, MS, MPH
UAB School of Dentistry

Bryn Manzella
Jefferson County Department of Health

Kristie McCullough
Clarus Consulting

Ann Elizabeth Montgomery
UAB School of Public Health

Jason Perry, M.Ed., ALC
University of Montevallo

Keisha Brown, OD
UAB School of Optometry

Amy Snow, DNP, CRNA
Samford University, Ida Moffett School of Nursing

Tracee Synco, PhD
UAB School of Health Professions

Jocelyn Vickers, PhD
Auburn University, Office of Public Service


Kristin Boggs, Executive Director

director@asfalabama.org, T: (205) 202-0695

Kristin has served in this role since 2015, when the chapter first began in Alabama, which serves as one of 13 sites around the country. Her background in service learning extends to previous roles in higher education, where she helped found departments focused on community engagement (The University of Alabama’s Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility; UAB’s Global and Community Leadership Honors Program and the Heersink School of Medicine’s Office of Service Learning). Throughout her career, Kristin has worked to connect academic and civic learning. She enjoys mentoring students to help them discover their strengths and apply them within the community. 

Tiffany Adams, Fund Development Manager

development@asfalabama.org, (205) 913-7493

Tiffany is a Birmingham native with a background in fundraising and communications. After starting her career in corporate communications and public relations, Tiffany transitioned to higher education where she worked in fund development, donor relations,  volunteer engagement and editorial content creation. Having transitioned home with her young children, Tiffany is excited to recently return to work in Birmingham’s vibrant nonprofit community as a member of the ASF team. She looks forward to helping individuals and organizations with a shared passion for eliminating health disparities in Alabama achieve their philanthropic goals by connecting with the mission of ASF through charitable donations. Tiffany holds a bachelor’s degree  in Journalism from the University of Alabama and a master’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Keaton Johnson, Action Learning Coach

mentor@asfalabama.org, T: (469) 371-3133

Keaton has over a decade of experience in the social services working in a wide range of arenas including substance misuse, immigrant & refugee families, children & young adults with developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, child welfare, people experiencing homelessness, rural residents, the LGBTQIA+ community, HIV/STI prevention, and affordable housing. He has a BA in Sociology, an MS in Applied Sociology, and is currently pursuing his MSW so he can attain licensure to deepen his work with marginalized folks. Keaton is also a Reiki practitioner, is trained in horticultural therapy, and facilitates guided meditations so he can offer complimentary treatments to vulnerable people who may not have access to them. In his free time he enjoys native & edible landscaping, spending time with his dog named Tripp (he’s clumsy), cooking, and reading with his morning coffee.

David West, Program Coordinator

coordinator@asfalabama.org; (601) 613-6299

David’s background is in higher education where he has over 15 years of classroom and administrative experience as a professor and practitioner of studio art. During his years teaching he has worked with hundreds of students facilitating their processes and projects of discovery and invention. His transition away from the classroom coincides with his move to both Birmingham and Alabama. David looks forward to assisting the team members of ASF as they seek to improve the health of Alabama’s neediest citizens. While not working at ASF, David enjoys all things art, spending time with his family and walking his dog, Boston