About Us | Board of DirectorsServing through prayer, guidance, support and accountability
The Board Members of Nothing but the Truth serve by offering prayer, guidance, support and accountability to the ministry. Each member brings their own passion of serving others in order to help Nothing but the Truth stay focused on the mission the Lord has placed before for them.
Tammy Lawwell (Board Chair)
Tammy previously served as the Director of Women’s Ministry at Hebron Church in Dacula and now serves in the Missions Department as Director of Local and National Missions. Previously, she taught first grade at Fort Campbell, KY for fifteen years. She holds a Master of Arts in Education degree from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN and a Master of Arts in Christian Education from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Teresa Welborn (Treasurer)
Since graduating from North Georgia College in 1984 with degrees in Management and Finance, Teresa has built a career in financial services. She worked for Wachovia Bank for 16 years, as a manager and small business development banker and then worked for the YMCA as Director of Financial Development. Teresa is currently employed as Vice President of Business Lending for the Peach State Federal Credit Union. Teresa is a member of Hebron Baptist Church and serves in the music ministry both at Hebron and other local churches.
Carol Baker (Secretary)
Carol has a passion for making Jesus known. She serves with Nothing but the Truth by going into new communities and building relationships. She also leads our prayer team by making our prayer partners aware of specific needs of the ministry. Carol received a bachelor’s degree in church recreation from Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, North Carolina. Carol is an active member at Hebron Baptist Church and disciples young girls in their relationship with the Lord.
Glori serves as the resource development professional for the national office of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Her responsibilities include securing, establishing and stewarding philanthropic corporate partnerships. A member of Hebron Baptist Church since 1991, Glori has taught a women’s Bible study class for the past twenty years, was an AWANA leader and has served in various volunteer positions for the church.
Emily serves as a ministry assistant for 12Stone Church and also a coach for women’s small groups. She has a deep passion for broken, spiritually-unresolved people. Emily’s college background is in communications, a field she worked in for 12 years. Emily lives in Dacula with her husband and two children.
Amy serves as a school counselor at Alcova Elementary, working with Kindergarten, 2nd and 4th grade students. Amy is also part of the Emergency Response Team for GCPS. Her role as a counselor is to respond to a school crisis involving a student or teacher death. Amy is extremely gifted in helping students in all areas!
Amy and her husband, Larry, have two grown children and have lived in the Lawrenceville Community for 17 years. Amy is a member of 12Stone Church.
After graduating from Georgia State University, Diane built a 25 year career as an Immigration Consultant managing the immigration practice of the law firm of McKenna Long & Aldridge (now Dentons) before retiring in 2012. She currently holds the position of Honorary Vice Consul and runs the Royal Thai Consulate in Atlanta. Diane is an active member of the First Baptist Church in Jonesboro and coordinates the Nothing but the Truth programs in Clayton County.
Ana, originally from Ecuador, now lives in Auburn and works for Gwinnett County DFACS. Ana is passionate about supporting women in the Hispanic culture to be all God created them to be. Ana serves Nothing but the Truth with true humility and love to all who she comes in contact with. Ana is married to Henry and has two adult children and two grandchildren. Ana is a member of Hebron Church.
L. Kay Watson is a licensed professional counselor for over 30 years, working 26 years as an elementary and middle school counselor in Gwinnett County Public Schools. In 2002, she started Dream Quest EFP & TR, Inc. as a unique experiential approach to counseling in equine-facilitated psychotherapy. In 2014, she opened Thrive Counseling Services to provide traditional therapy in an office setting for current and prospective clients.
Kay has a passion for working with children, youth and young adults, believing that Jesus is the source of all hope, help and healing. She serves with NBTT on Tuesday nights as a teacher and mentor to teenage girls. Kay is a member at the First United Methodist Church of Lawrenceville and serves as a member on the Strategic Spiritual Journey Lead Team.