Chairwoman, Board of Directors, Red Road
Holly enjoys a very diverse background, which involved career stints in animal husbandry and the music business. Holly has found her real calling as a community builder, and has spent the better part of the last 10 years raising 3 children, teaching and carrying for the poor in and around the community of Franklin, TN. Holly has been on various advisory boards including Christ Community Church and Hard Bargain Mt. Hope Redevelopment. Holly has been blessed with a tremendous heart for the poor along with a strong will and tremendous drive to advocate on behalf of the disenfranchised and at-risk within the larger community. Holly has been chair of The Red Road since 2008, and her insight and vision for how to bring ideas of racial reconciliation and restoration to the forefront of people’s lives has had a significant impact on the growth of The Red Road ministry.
Russell J. “Jack” McCann
Jack graduated from Birmingham Southern College in May, 1987, with a Bachelors in Biology. After obtaining a Master’s Degree and doing medical research for several years he became involved as a sales rep in a young pharmaceutical company. He moved from pharmaceuticals to financial services and worked with professionals and business owners. He realized he wanted to offer more to his clients and decided to attend law school. Jack graduated from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in May 1997. After becoming a partner at Sidwell & Barrett, he joined forces with Scott Hubbard and formed McCann & Hubbard on October 1, 2003. Keith H. Solomon joined the firm January 1, 2009, and it is now known as McCann, Hubbard & Solomon.
Jack is married and has five children (three boys and two girls); he is involved in a variety of ministries, non-profits, several churches and community programs. He sits on the Boards of Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County and Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency, and is active with the Boy Scouts of America. Jack loves sports and his favorite time is with his children and the outdoors.
Keith began his money management career in 1994 with Wheat First Securities in Richmond, VA. Since joining Hays Advisory in 2001, Keith’s focus has been research, market strategy and portfolio management. In this role, he oversees the quantitative analysis of the Hays Asset Allocation model and participates in all aspects of the money management process as a member of the investment committee. In addition to these duties, he produces a Weekly World Wrap report and periodically writes market commentary that is followed by both institutional and retail clients of Hays Advisory. Finally, he serves as co-manager on Hays Advisory’s Domestic, Global and International ETF portfolios.
During his 35 year career as an award-winning singer and songwriter, Bill has composed, recorded, produced and performed music that is as true to his American roots as it is inspirational to his audience. As an acknowledged master of the Native American flute, Bill has earned three Grammy awards along with multiple Native American Music awards in recognition of his songwriting.
During the course of his extensive career, Bill has co-written with the likes of Nanci Griffith, Peter Rowan, Kim Carnes and his friend and mentor (comrade), Michael Martin Murphy. He has shared the stage and toured with such diverse artists as Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, the BoDeans, Richie Havens, Arlo Guthrie and Tori Amos. In 2010, Bill released his highly anticipated “Chronicles Of Hope” album and “Spirit Wind East,” the follow-up to the Grammy-winning “Spirit Wind North.” Named after the four directions of the “Spirit Wind,” they honor all the North American Tribes. Throughout his career, with one third of his time annually spent on the road, Bill would confess, “My music sustains my vision—it is a gift to be shared and a joy to perform.”