Executive Committee

Chair, Richard T. Harris II
Richard T. Harris II is the senior vice president of Financial Advisory for Pinnacle Financial Partners. A graduate of Leadership Memphis’ 2022 cohort and member of the Memphis Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40 list, Richard cemented his position as a business leader and community advocate in Memphis. He is actively involved in youth sports programming, serving as president of the Southwind Jaguars Youth Athletic Association board and parliamentarian of Shelby Youth Sports.

Secretary, Pierre T. Landaiche III
Pierre Landaiche joined UMRF Ventures in September of 2020. Before joining the company, he led the development of the Memphis Sports Hall of Fame and for 22 years managed the Memphis Cook Convention Center. He is involved in various community boards including the former chairman of the Better Business Bureau Board of Directors, the Dorothy Day House and the Bridge Street Newspaper, among others. He is a member and former President of the Rotary Club of Memphis.

Treasurer, Keith Turbett
Keith Turbett started his banking career with the Federal Reserve Bank in 1979 and helped establish the community affairs office by doing outreach to banks on community development work. From there he has held various positions with Memphis-based banks including SunTrust (Truist) and Union Planters (Regions) and is currently the community development manager for West Tennessee for First Horizon. He is active in the community serving on the boards of the Memphis Urban League, United Housing, Inc. and the Tennessee Affordable Housing Coalition.

Executive Director, Kelcey Johnson
Kelcey Johnson joined the Hub 13 years ago as a part-time associate director. This role quickly shifted to full-time director of operations, where he served until being named executive director in 2018. Before coming to the Hub, Kelcey was known for his compassionate service to the homeless. Kelcey’s leadership style is one of service and continued education. His passion for learning is passed on to staff through regular case conferencing and supervision. Over a decade ago, Kelcey drove the train on the Hub’s first internship program. The program now hosts 20-25 students from at least seven colleges and universities each semester. These young adults gain knowledge, perspective and empathy from their time at the Hub.


Alex Willis Boddie
Alexandra Willis Boddie is vice president of development for ComCap Partners, a boutique real estate and development firm focused on affordable housing and community development projects. She was selected as a member of the Memphis Business Journal’s 2023 Class of 40 under 40 and is active with the Urban Land Institute-Memphis District Council. Alex currently serves on the boards of the Memphis Botanic Gardens and as a member of the Historic Clayborn Temple Building Committee.

Lt. Milton Bonds, Jr.
Milton Bonds Jr. is a 26-year member of the Memphis Police Department. He serves at the rank of lieutenant and supervises the Internet Crimes Against Children, Human Trafficking Taskforce and Sex Offender Registry Units.

Michael Fulton
Michael Fulton is the director of government affairs and business diversity development for the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority. He has has more than 15 years of experience in government and served as a legislative aide on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Fulton is a member of the Memphis Business Journal’s 2019 class of 40 Under 40 and is a 2022 graduate of Leadership Memphis. He is a board member for the Memphis Area Transit Authority, Seeding Success, and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis.

Carlissa Shaw
Carlissa Shaw has been an attorney, advocate and activist in and around Memphis, Tennessee for decades. She founded CASE FIRM, a law, political strategy and real estate acquisition firm, representing 13 political campaigns 2022 and more than 200 justice-involved individuals in 2023. She serves on the board of directors for the Memphis Bar Association, Memphis for all and Women In Leadership Learning and Wisdom.

Mandy Taylor
Mandy Taylor is a registered nurse in the Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare System. She owns Ghost Labs, a medical marijuana company based out of Mississippi and serves on the board of Last House on the Block.

Scott Walters
Scott Walters is the rector of Calvary Episcopal Church in downtown Memphis. He previously was the rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. Before seminary, Scott worked as a carpenter and contractor for a decade, which sparked his curiosity about how the “built environment” impacts human flourishing, ecology and systemic justice. He served on the boards of Arkansas nonprofits, including Village Commons, Green Groceries and One City.