Women Together

Making a difference in baldwin County

Our Leadership


  • Susan Lovelady

    President - Class of 2018

    Susan lives in Daphne with her husband Joe. She joined Impact 100 in 2012, and was appointed to Impact’s board of directors in 2014, where she has served since as assistant treasurer, treasurer, and as a member of financial review groups and of the membership committee. Susan’s career is centered in healthcare development, administration, and finance, most recently as SVP/COO of a regional healthcare organization. Holding a BS in Accounting and an MBA degree from Auburn University, she has served several entities in governance and leadership capacities.

  • Melanie Harris

    Vice President - Class of 2018

    Melanie has been a resident of Montrose for the past 21 years. She joined Impact 100 in 2008 as a founding member. Melanie is a Wealth Management Advisor and CFP® with Merrill Lynch in Fairhope.  She is Past President of the Fairhope Sunset Rotary. She has chaired several focus groups in Impact 100, chaired the events committee, and was Grants Co-chair in 2014.

  • Andie Noonan

    Treasurer - Class of 2018

    Andie lives in Montrose and has been a member of Impact 100 since 2010. She holds a BS in Finance and an MBA from the University of South Alabama. She previously worked for Regions Financial in Mobile and currently is the CFO, HR Director, and Risk Management Officer for Citizens Bank in Baldwin County. She has assisted Focus Groups in the analysis of financial data of agencies applying for grants.

  • Deb Carlson

    Assistant Treasurer - Class of 2019

    Deb received a BA degree in Economics from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from SMU. After a short career in the airline industry, and a long career as an entrepreneur starting and owning four businesses, she and her husband retired to Gulf Shores in 2010. She joined Impact 100 Baldwin County in 2014 and has  served on Focus Groups analyzing financial statements of grant. She has been a member of the Executive Board of First Liberty Institute for 25 years, a national non-profit that protects our First Amendment Right to freedom of speech and worship. Deb is passionate about Impact 100 because she feels that it “gives everyone the opportunity to make a difference and leave a legacy.”

  • Sheila Hale

    Recording Secretary - Class of 2019

    Sheila lives in Spanish Fort. She joined Impact100 in 2012 and has served on a Focus Group since her first year, chairing a group for the past two years. Sheila has her degree in Finance from the University of West Florida and is a Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch. She served as treasurer on WSRE Foundation Board for 6 years, her Home Owners Association Board for 6 years, and the SFES PTA Board for 2 years. She has also served as a volunteer for Covenant Hospice. When asked which organization she is most passionate about, Sheila always replies “Impact100 Baldwin County.”

  • Nancye Wolfe

    Membership Secretary - Class of 2017

    A resident of Fairhope, Nancye joined Impact 100 in 2008 as a founding member. She holds a BS in Accounting from the University of South Alabama and is the CFO at Precision IBC. Nancye served on the Impact Board of Directors previously (2010 – 2012); she has served as chair of the Education Focus Group (2011), a member of the Environment, Preservation and Recreation Focus Group (2013), and as Treasurer (2011, 2012). Nancye served as the Grants Chair in 2015 and 2016. She currently serves as Membership Secretary.

  • Carol Gordon

    Assistant Membership Secretary - Class of 2019

    Carol grew up in Decatur, AL and attended college at USA Mobile, graduating with a BS in 1977. After, she went to work in the Commercial Insurance Industry was instrumental in helping a small firm grow into a national, 20+ office, 1000+ employee firm. She and her husband retired early and moved aboard a boat that they sailed 8000 miles over a year and half period before moving to Fairhope in 2006. She served her profession by being a member of and chairing various industry groups, and she also served her community as Chair and member of Crisis Center (Birmingham), Girl Scout leader, Junior Achievement instructor, and various other non-profits. Carol joined Impact in 2011 and has served on several Focus Groups and been active in membership campaigns.

Board Members at Large

  • Moren Braswell

    Class of 2017

    A resident of Fairhope, Moren joined Impact 100 in 2009. She attended the University of Alabama and Springhill College. Moren has been involved with several local organizations, including Oznam Charitable Pharmacy, Catholic Service Center, Alzheimer’s Association, and the Eastern Shore Art Center. Elected to the Impact Board of Directors in 2012, Moren has served as the Events Coordinator, and has been a member of several focus groups. She served two years as Recording Secretary.

  • Nancy Fleming

    Class of 2017

    A resident of Fairhope, Nancy joined Impact 100 in 2009. She is the owner of Patina Art Gallery.  She was elected to the Impact 100 Board of Directors in 2012. She has been involved in local organizations as a past Board Member of the Committee on Public Arts (COPA), Friends of the Arts, Orange Beach Art Center and is Director of the project “Remembering:The Portraits of 9/11”. She also served as a Judicial Arbitrator for The Better Business Bureau in Washington, D.C.and a Board Member of Allvest Inc. She has chaired several Focus Groups and was liaison for Grant recipients Faulkner Performing Arts Pavilion project and Shepherd’s Place. She was Grants Chair in 2014.

  • Barbara Levitt

    Class of 2018

    Barbara lives in Fairhope and has been a member of Impact 100 since 2013. She received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from University of South Alabama. She is currently VP of M & F Casuals in Fairhope and has previous experience with Bloomingdale’s and J Crew. She is on the board of Downtown Fairhope Business Association and a contributing member of the MBA Executive Advisory Network. She has served on the Membership Committee and Focus Groups committees for Impact 100. She served as Grants Co-Chair in 2016 and currently is the Grants Chair.

  • Nora Mandoki

    Class of 2017

    A resident of Gulf Shores for over 25 years, Nora joined Impact 100 in 2013. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee. Nora worked for 14 years in personnel and human resource management in hospital settings around the Southeast. Since 1988, she has worked in her husband’s business, Mandoki Hospitality, Inc. Nora has a long history of involvement in and service to the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber, and serves on the Personnel Board of the City of Gulf Shores. Nora has served on the Family Focus Group and the Education Focus Group. She currently serves as board liaison to the Baldwin County Foster and Adoptive Parents Association (2015 grant recipient).

  • Jerry Ann McCarron

    Class of 2018

    A resident of Fairhope, Jerry Ann joined Impact 100 in 2012. She is a retired sales associate from AFLAC and is currently serving as 1st VP of the Eastern Shore Republican Women. She is active in the service organization S.E.L.F. as well as the Alabama Federation of Women. She has been an active member of the membership committee and has served on several Focus Groups for Impact 100. She has assisted with events and planning the Just For Fun socials, and is currently Events Chair.

  • Pud Nelson

    Class of 2017

    A native of Baldwin County who lives on Fish River, Pud joined Impact 100 in 2010. She is a graduate of Tulane. Pud is currently Secretary of South Baldwin Education Foundation and Co-chair of Baldwin County Alumnae Panhellenic. She was elected to the Impact 100 Board of Directors in 2012 and has served as Publicity chair, Events co-chair, and chair of several focus groups.

  • Jan Pruitt

    Class of 2019

    Jan moved to in Magnolia Springs in 2012. She received a B.A. in Spanish and International Relations and Business and an M.A. in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Alabama. She retired from the University of Alabama as director of marketing communications in 2005 and then did a year’s consultancy with Crane MetaMarketing in Atlanta, which specializes in branding for schools and non-profits. During her career she has served on many local, state and national boards. Since moving to Magnolia Springs she has become active in the Magnolia Springs Community Association, SELF, St. Paul’s Episcopal Chapel, and the Eastern Shore Art Center. Jan joined Impact 100 in 2014 and has served on the Education Focus Group for two years. She is on the membership committee and is creating Impact’s membership recruitment materials.

  • Ann Rumley

    Class of 2018

    A resident of Baldwin County for over 35 years, Ann now lives in Fairhope. Ann recently retired from a career in banking.  She is a member of the Fairhope Rotary Club, past Co-Director of the Dogwood Trail program, and past United Way Director. Ann joined Impact 100 in 2013 and has actively served on Focus Groups and the Membership Committee. She is currently serving as Chair of the Membership Committee.

  • Miranda Schrubbe

    Class of 2017

    A resident of Fairhope for 20 years, Miranda joined Impact 100 in 2008 as a founding member. She is a graduate of the University of Mississippi and has an M.S. W. from the University of Alabama. She works at her husband’s medical practice, Daphne Family Practice. Miranda has been involved in several organizations, including the Fairhope Educational Enrichment Foundation, the Baldwin County Education Coalition, and the Baldwin County Trailblazers. She was elected to the Impact Board of Directors in 2012, has served on several focus groups, and was Membership Secretary for two years prior to becoming Vice President (2015) then President (2016).

  • Lucy Smith

    Class of 2018

    Lucy and her husband, Wayne, moved to Lillian from Colorado Springs in 2012. Retiring after a lifelong career in the nonprofit sector, including her favorite job of twenty years, as “Chief Dream Maker” (officially, “President & CEO”) of the Saginaw Community Foundation, Lucy remains passionate about community service and philanthropy, especially women’s philanthropy. Since she moved to Lillian, she has become active in several local organizations and joined Impact 100 in 2015. Lucy has served on the Family and Health & Wellness focus groups, the Membership Committee, and writes the monthly Impact newsletter, Membership Matters.

  • Teresa Smith

    Class of 2019

    A transplant from Winston Salem, NC and Mobile, Teresa finished Sullins College Bristol Virginia in 1962. Returning to Mobile, she met and married Gus Smith. They have three adult children. While living in Mobile she volunteered on numerous committees, recently serving as a board member of Gulf Quest Maritime Museum of The Gulf of Mexico, The Salvation Army and as a Trustee for Spring Hill College. The Smith’s have resided in Point Clear since 2006. Teresa was one of the original members of Impact 100 and has been very active in the membership campaigns and has served on many Focus Groups.

  • Suzanne Thornburg

    Class of 2019

    Suzanne is a resident of Fairhope and has been a member of Impact 100 since 2015.  She and her husband Craig, have a blended family of seven children and share a love of Baldwin County.  Since joining Impact 100, Suzanne has served on two focus groups and as corporate and civic liaison for the membership committee.  Suzanne is an Auburn graduate and has been in the banking and finance industry for more than 20 years.  She has held several positions in corporate banking previously and is currently employed as a Commercial Banker for The First, A National Banking Association headquartered in Hattiesburg, Ms. She currently serves on the board and the personnel committee for the Community Action Agency of Southwest Alabama, is past Vice President/Treasurer and board member for The Morgan Thompson Foundation of Fairhope High School’s International Baccalaureate Program, current member of the Women’s Business Alliance and donates her “spare time” to Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House and United Way service projects.

  • Savan Wilson

    Class of 2019

    Savan Wilson has lived in Fairhope for 11 years.  She has a long career in education, from a teacher, a library supervisor, a university professor, and an information specialist in Italy for ten years. She has presented workshops on the local, regional, national, and international level and been a consultant to PBS Video, Disney Educational Media, and Reading Rainbow Television Series.  As a founding board member of Impact 100, she assisted in developing the grant process, grant writing workshops, and has been active on committees.  She has two children who live nearby and six grandchildren.