BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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

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Robin Sealey 

Chair

Tipton County Government

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Chris Williams

Vice Chair 

Tipton County Sheriffs Department

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John Combs

Treasurer

Tipton County Schools

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Sierra Butler

Secretary 

Tipton County Hospital

STAFF

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Robin Racine 

Director

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Hannah Yawn

Project Coordinator

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Kirsty-Rhe Tiffner

Project Coordinator

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Jill Hunter

Coalition Assistant

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.

Hannah grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and holds a bachelor's degree in History and a master's degree in Public Policy and Administration, both from Mississippi State University. She was previously the Director of the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce and additionally has grants and contracts experience through working at institutions of higher education. She looks forward to the opportunity to invest in her community through prevention. She is married to Tyler Yawn, who keeps her laughing, and together they spoil their yellow labrador retriever. 

Kirsty-Rhe was born and raised in South Africa until she and his family moved to Memphis when she was a young teenager. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Management from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She was previously the Director of Communications and Executive Assistant to the Weakley County Mayor. She is passionate about serving people and looks forward to working closely with the community to empower and educate them about Drug Free Tipton's mission and efforts. She is married to her college sweetheart, Zach Tiffner, who serves as an EMT in Covington.

Jillian Hunter is our newest Coalition Assistant. She is a native of Covington. She graduated from Covington High in 2019 and attended Williams Baptist University in Arkansas, where she played softball for two years. She was majoring in sports management. Jill is passionate about what we do with the Drug Free Tipton Coalition and looks forward to making a difference in the community!