Courtney Aldrich


Courtney experienced the impact of Project Transformation as an intern serving for three summers at Project Transformation in Dallas. Here, she first felt a holy nudge to bring this model of ministry to her home state of Tennessee and worked for two years toward that goal. A few months before PT Tennessee’s inaugural summer, Courtney joined the launching ministry as Executive Director.

“The way our community has rallied around Project Transformation Tennessee is absolutely amazing,” says Courtney. “I am so honored to be part of this transformational ministry.”

Courtney received her BSW from Western Kentucky University, and earned her master’s degree in social work from the University of Tennessee. When she is not at PT, Courtney enjoys traveling, outdoor recreation, and exploring Nashville restaurants with friends.

Carrie Campbell


While living in Dallas, Carrie first became involved with Project Transformation as a volunteer through her church. In providing a meal for PT families at a Family Fun Night, she witnessed the powerful relationships formed between children and the interns, and was quickly inspired by this multi-faceted ministry. Carrie is passionate about education and mentoring. She previously served at the House of Blues Chicago’s Foundation room, where she sought to advance music education through the House of Blues Music Forward Foundation.

Although Carrie has lived in multiple cities, she generally calls Valley Center, Kansas “home.” Carrie earned her Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas. When she is not sharing about the amazing work of PT, you will most likely find Carrie doing something involving music, animals, hiking or cooking.

Meagan Cloutier


Meagan first began working with Project Transformation in North Texas when she interned the summer of 2012. Meagan’s summer at PT clarified her vocational desires which led her to focusing on urban education and created a hope that one day Project Transformation would be able to serve the communities in her home of Memphis, TN.

Meagan graduated with a degree in Elementary Education from Mississippi State University in 2014. After graduation, she began to work towards a Master’s degree in urban education through the Memphis Teacher Residency Program. She has worked as an educator in both Shelby County Schools and the Achievement School District. Meagan enjoys baking, crafting, reading and traveling to visit friends and family.

Taylor Davenport


Taylor started with Project Transformation as a year-round Fellow, through which she quickly fell in love with the greater Nashville community and PT’s model of ministry. She was especially inspired by the many volunteers she served alongside.

Taylor holds a BS in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Mississippi and a MEd in Nonprofit Leadership from Belmont University. When she’s not coordinating volunteers or preparing marketing material, Taylor enjoys cheering on the Ole Miss Rebels, driving through Sonic for strawberry limeades, and listening to vinyl records.

Renee Dillard


Renee first engaged with Project Transformation as a volunteer and Partner Church Pastor during its inaugural year of programming in Memphis in 2016. When the opportunity arose to serve on staff, Renee says she immediately felt God’s call to help deepen the beautiful connections and impact already begun in Memphis.

Renee is an Ordained Deacon with the Memphis Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, having worked for many years in behavioral health and hospice care before entering pastoral ministry. In her free time, she enjoys being with her family, hiking, reading, and yoga.

Christina Dotson

Administrative Assistant

Christina came to Nashville by way of Wichita, Kansas. Although Chicago, IL is Christina’s birthplace, she has also called Arlington, TX, San Francisco and San Jose, CA home. Christina joined Project Transformation in May 2018 and immediately felt a sense of familiarity and family, similar to her past work at a non-profit youth mentoring organization in Wichita, KS. She loves to bake, play board games and watch tennis.

Allison Fasig


Allison is a Nashville native. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Lambuth University and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary. She is an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church. Prior to joining the PT team, she served in a variety of roles in local churches, including in the areas of congregational care and youth ministry. Allison has a passion for young people and nurturing community relationships.

Allison is married to Jacob, who serves as pastor at Hermitage United Methodist Church. They have two daughters, who are students in Metro Nashville Public Schools. Allison enjoys health and fitness, spending time with her family, and watching movies and TV- especially Little Women and Gilmore Girls!

Sarah McCormick


Sarah first connected with Project Transformation while in seminary in Dallas, TX. Hearing the stories of the ministry beginning with a scribble on a napkin and growing into an incredible multifaceted model for ministry, she was inspired and dreamed to one day see Project Transformation come to life in Tennessee, her home state.

Sarah joined the Project Transformation Tennessee staff in 2014 as the Director of Leadership Development after serving as the Minister of Missions and Outreach at West End United Methodist Church in Nashville, TN. “The way Project Transformation Tennessee trains and equips young people for mission and ministry is unmatched,” Sarah says. “I am excited to see how these young people will impact their communities, the church, and the world.”

Originally from Memphis, TN, Sarah earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Lambuth University, and earned her Masters of Theological Studies from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University. Sarah loves movies, music, DIY home projects and spending time with family and friends.

William Parker


William was first introduced to Project Transformation during the inaugural year in Memphis, TN in 2016. While serving as a reading volunteer, William recognized the importance of investing in young people so that they may learn, engage, and be sent forth into their communities to be agents of change alongside the church. His heart’s desire is to equip young people with the confidence and skills to pursue their calling.

Originally a native of New York, William holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from Montreat College and a Master of Arts in Youth Ministry from Memphis Theological Seminary. When he is not investing in youth, William enjoys basketball, running, and making music.