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Our distinguished Board of Directors represents a passionate and diverse group of individuals who generously give of their time, energy, and resources to advance the mission of Drug Free Tipton. As members of the board, they are responsible for financial oversight and policy decisions that guide and sustain the organization


Chris Williams 


Tipton County Sheriff's Office


Chris Morris

Vice Chair 

Crestview Middle School


John Combs


Tipton County Schools


Sierra Butler


Tipton County Hospital

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Robin Racine 



Sis Poston

Project Coordinator

Kinsey Johnston


Project Coordinator

Robin helps guide the development and implementation of DFT’s Mission. With over ten years of experience working in the field of prevention, she has led the coalition from its beginning stages to an active coalition that engages the community in substance abuse prevention. Robin received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Harding University. She is a Certified Prevention Specialist II and a graduate from the CADCA National Coalition Institute. Robin has been married to Mike for 38 years, has two sons, two beautiful daughters-in-law, and five precious grandchildren.

Kinsey Johnston is a lifelong resident of Tipton County. She is a 2011 graduate of Covington High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Freed-Hardeman University. Kinsey was previously employed in retail in Covington, and she most recently worked with the students and staff of Crestview Elementary School. She is excited to continue her journey in education, this time helping educate Tipton County about the importance and benefits of being drug free. Kinsey’s favorite thing to do is spend time with her nephew, Grayson. She also loves being a dog mom to her two pups, Sophie and Izzy.

Sarah Elizabeth "Sis" Poston was born and raised in Tipton County and believes in the importance of giving back to her community. Sis graduated from Covington High School and earned her bachelor's degree in Child and Family Studies from Freed-Hardeman University. She then went on to earn her master's degree from the University of Memphis in Education and a K-12 English as a Second Language endorsement from UT Martin. She previously taught English and coached softball at her alma mater high school, and she continues to love working with the youth of Tipton County. Sis is married to Graham Poston, and they have a one year old son, Pace. 

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