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Leadership Team

David Olson
Interim, CEO
David brings more than 40 years of Healthcare leadership experience to CCHS as its Interim CEO. He started his career in acute care hospitals in roles as Vice President, COO, and Administrator/CEO. David transitioned to leading ambulatory organizations in Tennessee, South Carolina, California, and Washington State. These ranged in size from 60 employees with $9 million in Revenue to 4,100 employees and $1.1 Billion in Revenue. A personal vision of working to make the world a better place led him to providing leadership in Federally Qualified Health Centers in 2016. David now focuses on providing support to organizations in need of temporary leadership support when transitioning between permanent leaders. He holds a BS degree in Health Administration from Walla Walla University and an MHA degree with a concentration in Finance from the University of Washington.
Jessica Hughes
Chief Financial Officer
With more than 15 years’ experience in Healthcare, Jessica comes to Community Link Consulting with an extensive background in health care. She received her Master of Health Administration degree from Walden University after completing a double major in Accounting and Human Resource Management from Briar Cliff University. Jessica was the Chief Financial Officer for Siouxland Community Health Center, where she conducted and administered fiscal operations. She went on to become the Director of Finance for Hawarden Regional Healthcare where she directed the organization's financial and budget activities to fund operations, maximize investments, and increase efficiency. From there, Jessica went on to Mercyone Siouxland Medical Center as the Director of Finance. There, she provided leadership and direction in the annual independent audit and the analysis of financial information. Jessica has vast experience in formulating financial targets, preparing budgets, strategic planning, revenue cycle management as well as developing and implementing accounting systems and policies.
Shannon Walker
Chief Operating Officer
Shannon R. Walker, MHA, has served as the Regional Vice President of Operations in Madison County Tennessee since December 2019. Prior to this position, Mrs. Walker served on Active Duty in the United States Air Force for 13 years as an Independent Duty Medical Technician. Mrs. Walker holds a Bachelor’s in Health Sciences and a Master’s in Health Administration from Trident University International.
Dr. Reginique Green
Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Reginique Green serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of clinical operations at Christ Community Health Services, Inc. She is a board-certified family medicine physician of 25 years, and her calling and purpose is to love, encourage and provide health care to underserved and under resourced patients and their communities. She attended Xavier University of LA for her Undergraduate studies and obtained her medical degree from Creighton University School of Medicine. She specialized and completed her residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Southern California. In the past, Dr. Green has served as chief resident at USC and is the recipient of numerous national and local awards. She has conducted clinical research for Hypertension and served as a National platform speaker. She served as the Medical Director of Greene Sports Medicine of Xenia, Ohio and has chaired and continues to serve on various boards.
Willie (“Will”) J. Jackson, III, MHA, PW-IT
Chief Missions Officer and Chief Information Officer
Mr. Willie (“Will”) J. Jackson, III, MHA, PW-IT, has served as Chief Operating Officer and Information Security Officer since 2020. Prior to this COO role, Mr. Jackson served as CCHS’ Chief Information Officer. Prior to his CCHS tenure, Mr. Jackson served over seven years at i2i Population Health as a Population Analytics and Healthcare Consultant. Mr. Jackson received both a Bachelor’s in Health Science and Master’s in Health Administration from the University of Florida.
Dr. Rasone Jones
Chair of Dentistry
I am a graduate of the University of Memphis and UTHSC College of Dentistry Class of 2006. I have been employed at CCHS for 15 years and have been the Dental Director for almost 5 years. It has been a blessing working with great people while also being an advocate to and for our communities. My spare time is dedicated between family and exercising. I love college sports and enjoy watching college football the most!
Dr. Jesse Malott
Chair of Behavioral Health
Dr. Jesse Malott has been in a variety of non-profit leadership and ministry roles for the past 20 years. As a Clinical Psychologist, he focused much of his early research and clinical work on trauma, grief and loss, and spirituality. He has since worked as a clinical psychologist and Chair of Behavioral Health at Christ Community Health Services. where he currently leads the Behavioral Health department, integrating behavioral health clinicians and social workers into our community primary care clinics. He has taught multiple workshops on trauma, moral injury, spirituality, physician and executive well-being, social determinants of health, and leadership. He has multiple publications and certifications including in Primary Care Behavioral Health Leadership and serves as the current Tennessee Psychological Association President. He loves Jesus, enjoys the outdoors, and finds incredible joy in being with his wife of 25 years and his 2 children.
Dr. Kristina Murphy
Chair of Pharmacy
Dr. Kristina Murphy hails from Huber Heights, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton. She obtained her undergraduate degree from The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, and pursued her Pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Murphy currently resides in Jackson, Tennessee, with her husband, Tim, and their two children, TJ (6) and Micah (4). During her spare time, Dr. Murphy enjoys crocheting, engaging in board games with her family, and cooking. An interesting tidbit about her is that she has participated on several mission trips in East Africa in the past and embarked on safari adventures at the Maasai Mara in Kenya and Tanzania an impressive four times.


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January 8, 2024
New year, new me, new routines, we’ll see!
New year, new me, new routines, we’ll see! This is that time of year where we make personal vows with the intention of making changes, only to fall into the same routine of what we are used to. Ever wonder why this happens? Hopefu
October 2, 2023
Christ Community Health Services Ensures Accessible Mammograms for Patients
For over a decade, Christ Community Health Services (CCHS) has provided a mobile mammogram van service through its local partners, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and Baptist Memorial Healthcare.
September 1, 2023
September is Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month!
September is Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month!
August 7, 2023
MSCS prepares for return of students
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) -Memphis Shelby County Schools, the largest school district in Tennessee returns to the classroom on Monday.
June 30, 2023
Clínica Esperanza Provides Student-Driven Health Care for the Underserved
Clínica Esperanza, with the support of Christ Community Health Services
September 28, 2021
Christ Community Health Services helps make healthcare accessible and affordable
As part of our Community Changers series, we highlight organizations making a positive impact in our city! This week, we sat down with a group that believes healing with soul is always the best practice.
July 27, 2021
Helping economically disadvantaged communities onto the path to long-term financial stability
Eleven (11) Memphis nonprofits are about to get $340,000 from Bank of America Memphis. It's to improve the economic opportunities in the Bluff City.
March 31, 2021
New COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru opens at Christ Community Health Services
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - A COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru site is opening at Christ Community Health Services.
March 18, 2021
Need your second shot of Moderna vaccine? Here's what to do.
Christ Community among other organizations offering Moderna vaccine
March 12, 2021
Health leaders experience vaccination shortage at South Memphis sites
Christ Community Health Services leaders say they’ve been administering 600-900 vaccines at the Raleigh drive-thru site daily, but they’re having a harder time getting people to sign up for their pop-up site Sat. in South Memphis
March 8, 2021
Christ Community Health Services hosting vaccine clinic in South Memphis
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Christ Community Health Services is planning a COVID-19 vaccine clinic this Saturday.
February 22, 2021
Christ Community Health locations open for virtual visits due to water shortage
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Some locations a Christ Community Health are open only for virtual visits due to water shortages in the area.
February 16, 2021
Shelby County Health Department announces new COVID-19 vaccine site in Raleigh/Frayser communities
Shelby County Health Department is partnering with the City of Memphis and Christ Community Health Services to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to the Raleigh/Frayser communities.
December 11, 2020
Opinion: COVID fatigue is real; how do we cope?
When the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in Memphis in March, few would have predicted that eight months later, we would be experiencing a record number of cases around the country.
December 7, 2020
Four local nonprofits to receive Award of Excellence from Gov. Lee
“I don’t think anyone had anything in place related to COVID-19,” Shantelle Leatherwood, CEO of CCHS, said.
December 1, 2020
Christ Community Health Services needs your help
"So far, we’ve tested over 35,000 individuals for COVID. That was something that was, of course, never in our strategic plan,” said Michelle Lady.
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