What is Pilot?
Pilot International is a worldwide service organization with clubs in the United States, Canada, Singapore, South Africa, Australia, the Bahamas, and Japan. Tennessee is one of 20 districts worldwide.
Tennessee District – Pilot International
The Tennessee District of Pilot International continually searches for volunteers to assist with programs and projects and to provide new and inspiring ideas to serve the needs of the communities across the State. There are currently eight Pilot Clubs in Tennessee. Should you be looking for an opportunity to make a difference in your community, and also, have fun and make lifelong friendships, consider visiting one of our clubs to learn more about Pilot and for what it stands.
The mission of Pilot International is to influence positive change in communities throughout the world. To do this we come together in friendship and service, focusing on encouraging brain safety and health and supporting those who care for others.
We Focus On:
Preparing youth and young adults for service through Anchor & Compass Clubs.
Encouraging brain safety and health through BrainMinders, which is a family of brain-safety educational programs for elementary-age students, as well as educating adults on the importance of brain health and safety.
Supporting those who care for others through Pick-Me-Ups for caregivers in the community.
What Does the Pilot Club Do in the Community?
Innovative fundraisers that help sustain our mission. Projects which help fulfill our mission and make a positive impact on our community and the people impacted by brain-related issues. Some of these yearly projects include (but not limited to):
Special Education Teacher of the Year
Adopt-A-Class (Special Needs Class)
And so much more…
District Administrative Council
Anchor Co-Coordinators: Brittany Shelby Mashburn and Stephanie Nelson, PC of Lenoir City
Fundraising Coordinators: Dr. Maranda Clark, PC of Hohenwald & Michelle McArthur, PC of Oak Ridge
Leadership Coordinator: Pam Graves, PC of Lenoir City
Membership Coordinator: Christina "Tina" Nance, PC of Chattanooga
Membership Team: Catherine Melton, PC of Athens; Mildred Beasley, PC of Oak Ridge; TeAnna McKinney, PC of Athens; Angela Forshee, PC of Cleveland
Projects Coordinator: Cathy Brown, PC of Athens
PIFF Representative: Leah Brown, PC of Martin
Inspirational Leader: Susan Moores, PC of Cookeville
Parliamentarian: Larissa Welch, PC of Oak Ridge
Time Keeper: Max Holland, PC of Chattanooga
Awards Jury: Lynn Gibson, Chair, PC of Martin; Cynthia "Cindy" Setters, PC of Cookeville; Jerrie Conley, PC of Martin; Carolyn Allyson, PC of Athens; Joyce Holland, PC of Chattanooga
Webmaster: Lindsey Wayland, PC of Hohenwald
BrainMinders: Lillian Derricks
Nominating Committee: Linda Cohoon, Chair, PC of Cookeville
Governor: Kathy Warren
Governor-Elect: Lindsey Wayland
Secretary: Bridget Arnett
Treasurer: Amanda Hayes