Motlow State Community College
Lane Yoder named Director of Motlow College Foundation
Lane Yoder of Tullahoma was recently selected as the director of the Motlow College Foundation. The Foundation is the non-profit arm of Motlow State Community College and works to provide scholarships and support programs for Motlow State students.
LYNCHBURG, TN (Aug. 17, 2016) — Dr. Anthony Kinkel, president of Motlow State Community College, recently announced that Lane Yoder of Tullahoma has been selected as the director of the Motlow College Foundation.
Yoder brings extensive experience to the foundation from both the private and public sector. She is a native of Mississippi and a 1990 graduate of The University of the South in Sewanee, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics.
"I am delighted to be part of this growing and innovative college," said Yoder. "The opportunities to advance the mission of the Foundation for the benefit of our students are almost limitless. It is an exciting time to be at Motlow State."
Her work experience includes over 16 years in the international and national insurance marketplace, working for Lloyd's of London in London, England, and the brokerage firm of Hilb, Rogal and Hobbs (HRH), in the cities of Richmond, Va., Pittsburgh, Pa., and New York City. She served as the commercial lines manager for HRH in New York City for six years before returning to Mississippi in 2007 to serve as city president for Region's Bank in Corinth for four years.
Yoder currently serves as the president of Partners for Healing, a faith-based, free medical clinic serving the working uninsured in Coffee, Franklin and Moore Counties.
The Motlow College Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that serves to offer scholarships, support programs and maintain first-rate facilities that allows students of Motlow State the opportunity to pursue careers in their program of choice.
Yoder is married to Tullahoma-native Bill Yoder, who is the President and CEO of Southern Community Bank. She and Bill have two sons, Cooper, 16, and Spencer, 13. The Yoder family are active members of First United Methodist Church in Tullahoma.