Board of Directors
Jennifer Ancevski, Board Chair
Jennifer Ancevski has found her passion in supporting the nonprofit space after being the Deputy Director of Turnip Green Creative Reuse. Wearing many hats in this role enabled her to work in every facet of this sector, allowing her to understand nonprofits in a holistic way. She is now using that experience to consult and support other organizations and businesses.
Originally from South Florida, she was an interior designer followed by an educator and believes the experience she gained in those positions has helped develop her professional skills.
She has 5 dogs and loves spending time with them and her husband in Nashville. She enjoys traveling, playing soccer, reading, and pottery.
Carol Burgess, Member
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Dr. Katie Conklin, Member
Liz Lago, Member
Elizabeth Lago's love for animals and desire to impact the community drives her motivation to bring success to the board. Elizabeth is committed to fostering growth and success and contributing to the overall strategic direction of Harmony Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. In her free time, she spends time with her husband and puppy. She enjoys hiking, reading, crafting, and yoga.
Robert J. Notestine III, Esq., Board Secretary
Bob is the President/Director of Belle Meade Title & Escrow and senior partner at Notestine Law Firm. He started his real estate profession in 1980, selling and managing residential, investment, and commercial real estate properties as well as managing brokerage divisions. He has extensive experience in the planning of residential and commercial development and the acquisition and development of real properties.
Upon completion of his Law Degree (J.D.), Bob engaged in private law practice with an emphasis for real estate. He has experience in zoning law, real estate development, state and local administrative law, commercial law, leases, landlord and tenant matters, and contracts. Robert has previously been an instructor in Real Estate and Real Estate Law at Cumberland University, Nashville State Technical Institute, and the Southeastern Paralegal Institute.
He serves as a law instructor for the Continual Learning Institute in Nashville, Tennessee; he was Nolensville, Tennessee's Town Attorney from 1996-2020, and he was the City Attorney for Oak Hill, Tennessee from 2003-2011. He currently is an adjunct professor of law at the University of Mississippi.
A native of Biloxi, Mississippi, Bob has made Nashville his home for more than 40 years. When he is not walking and enjoying the natural beauty of West Meade, you might find him hiking and spending time at our beach home in Mississippi with his wife, Jenny. Bob has two children, a corgi and two pugs.