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Officers and Directors

  • William "Paz" Haynes
    (Foundation President)
  • Angela Williams
    (Foundation Vice President)
  • Christopher Bellamy
    (NLBA President)
  • Carvin Vaughn
    (Foundation Treasurer)
  • Aleece McKnight
    (Foundation Secretary)
  • Andrea Perry
  • Billye Sanders
  • Amy Willoughby
  • William H. Stover
    (Immediate Past President

Napier Looby Bar Foundation Bios

 

William H. Stover
(Foundation President)

William H. Stover was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in 2000. Attorney Stover attended The University of Tennessee College of Law, (J.D. 1999) and Memphis State University, (B.A. 1992). 

Professional Affiliations: 2011 President Napier Looby Bar Foundation; 2010 President, Napier Looby Bar Association; 2009-2011 Treasurer, Tennessee Alliance For Black Lawyers; 2008-2010 Treasurer, Region Six, National Bar Association; 2008 -2009 Treasurer, Napier-Looby Bar Association; Member, Nashville Bar Association; Member, American Association for Justice; Member, Tennessee Bar Association.

Boards and Commissions: 2010 Member Tennessee Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education Committee; 2006-2007 Vice Chair, Metropolitan Council Board of Conduct; Advisory Board, Legal Assistant’s Program, Draughons Junior College; Advisory Board, First Year Students Program, Tennessee State University.

Professional Profile:
Attorney Stover is certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization, and the National Board of Trial Advocacy;  Attorney Stover has a legal background with emphasis in Civil Litigation, involving Tort Claims, Consumer Protection, Domestic Relations, Debt Collection, Workers Compensation, Criminal Defense and Wrongful Termination. Attorney Stover, has taught law related courses in the areas of Business Law, Criminal Law, and Tort Law at Draughons Junior College.
He has served his country with distinction in the United States Army, United States Army Reserve and the Tennessee Army National Guard.

Angela Williams (Foundation Vice President)

 

Susan Tucker Jones (NLBA President)

Susan T. Jones serves as President of the Napier-Looby Bar Association (2015).  She is a graduate of Tennessee State University (B.S. and M.Ed.) and The University of Tennessee College of Law (J.D.).  She has worked for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County since 2002, and is presently employed with the Metropolitan Department of Law where she serves as a Senior Attorney for Client Advice.

 

Carvin Vaughn
(Foundation Treasurer)

Carvin C. Vaughn is the Director of Medicaid Compliance for Amerigroup Tennessee, Inc., an Anthem company.  Mr. Vaughn has over ten (10) years of experience in managed care regulatory compliance and healthcare law.  Mr. Vaughn received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin and master’s degree in business administration and law degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Aleece McKnight
(Foundation Secretary)

Attorney Aleece McKnight is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and she currently resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Having received her Bachelor's degree from Middle Tennessee State University, Attorney McKnight went on to received her law degree from Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University  in Houston, TX. Attorney McKnight has clerked for the Honorable Chancellor Walter Evans and has worked as a solo practitioner in the areas of family law, criminal, defense, and civil litigation.  Currently, Attorney McKnight works for Clark & Washington, LLC as a bankruptcy attorney handling both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.

In her free time, she enjoys dancing, cooking, and enjoying time with friends.  Attorney McKnight is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,Inc., Napier-Looby Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, and Napier-Looby Bar Foundation Board of Directors. 

 

Andrea Perry (Banquet Chair)

 

Billye Sanders

D. Billye Sanders is the principal of D. Billye Sanders, Attorney-at-Law and an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.  Formerly a partner with Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP, Billye has over 35 years of experience practicing law.  Her clients have ranged from Fortune 500 companies and municipalities to start-up companies.  Her primary practice areas are public utilities regulation, administrative law, land use and state and local government relations.  Billye also has experience with mergers and acquisitions, financial institutions and general corporate transactional work.  She is a member of the Advisory Board of First Tennessee Bank and serves as a Commissioner of the Metro Nashville Civil Service Commission and the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.  Billye is a graduate of Fisk University and formerly served on its Board of Trustees and as Chair of the Board of its national alumni association. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School, where she formerly served on its Board of Advisors.  Billye is a founder of Metropolitan Interdenominational Church.

 

William "Paz" Haynes