Board Members

2017 Board Members


Erica Kelley

 My name is Erica Kelley and I am a lifelong Tennessean, growing up a few miles up I-40 in Kingston Springs, TN.  I graduated from MTSU with a Bachelor's in Business Management and worked in Retail Management for Bank of America for a decade before joining the team at Caliber Home Loans where I currently specialize in residential home loans.

The Board looks forward to engaging with each of you and hearing your ideas and opinions on how we can make the Fairview Chamber valuable to you and your business. We will be working with the city, county and local businesses to strengthen our economy, create opportunities to promote our members, and build relationships within our community.

 2nd Vice President

Joel Moenkhoff

  My name is Joel Moenkhoff and most of you know me as "Joel from State Farm".  I am the Agent/Owner of Joel Moenkhoff State Farm and I'm excited to serve as one of your Vice Presidents this year on the board. When I opened my doors as a brand new "scratch" State Farm office, I chose and fought for a Fairview location as it reminds me a lot of my hometown. full of great people with great values and ethics. I grew up in a small farming community in Missouri, graduated from Ottawa University in 1999, then moved to the great state of Tennessee where I have been ever since. At State Farm I work with a wonderful team of experts. We pride ourselves on being a big part of the community and love being involved.  I'm very excited about Fairview's future and I look forward to partnering with you as our community continues to grow and develop.

 Board Member

Tommy Hagey                                                                                                                                                                                                             


My name is Tommy Hagey. My wife and I are proud parents of 8, and I grew up in and presently live in west Nashville. I've been involved with Camp Marymount for the past 35 years, living and working in Fairview during the summer months, and have been Executive Director of the camp for the past 20 years. A not-for-profit organization established in 1939, Marymount moved to our 350-acre site in Fairview in 1946, operating as a summer camp and conference center. I've seen a lot of changes in Fairview over the last few decades and am very excited to participate in moving this beautiful city forward while holding onto small town personality and atmosphere.


2017 Chamber Board at First District Coffee Mixer June 20th

(photo courtesy of Ashley Denham







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