There are three (3) vacancies for the 2020 Board of Directors.
All members with a NRDS number will have the chance to cast their vote. Voting begins August 15 and ends August 29.
Candidates for the 2020 Board of Directors are:
Melba has been selling real estate in the state of Tennessee since 1992. She and her husband Gary are natives Williamson County. Both are business owners in Franklin. Melba was a hairstylist and salon owner.
Melba resides in Spring Hill where she was an onsite agent for twelve local custom builders. Her expertise is in new construction and helps her buyers select the perfect property and home for their needs.
J Edward Campbell
- J. Edward Campbell, EPro, ABR, SRES, Green, SFR,
- BA/MHR Trevecca Nazarene University
- Real Estate Broker since 2007 and member of WCAR since 2003
- Affiliated with Synergy Realty Network, LLC, in Brentwood, TN.
- Currently serves as Vice-Chair of the WCAR Member Services Committee
- Has served on the WCAR Board of Directors as a director and also chaired the WCAR Scholarship Committee as well as served on the Grievance and Professional Standards Committee and Good Works Foundation of WCAR.
- Helped create the first Bling and Bowties Event for WCAR
Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, Laura grew up near the largest Naval Base in the world and had extensive experience helping military families buy and sell homes. After getting her broker’s license, she moved with her military spouse to Beaufort, South Carolina. She received her broker’s license in the state of SC and opened Advanced Real Estate Company. After three short years, she sold her business to the largest Coldwell Banker franchise in the Lowcountry for money in a declining market. She moved to North Carolina before finding her way to Nashville. Laura received her Broker’s license in TN and worked for some amazing companies such as Benchmark Realty and Synergy Realty Network. Laura’s passion is mentoring and coaching other agents and helping them grow their business. She launched Music City Experts, LLC in October of 2017 and has grown her firm to over 45 agents. Laura has a commitment to education and excellence in service. As such, Laura has served on both the Education Committee and the Member Services Committee at WCAR and currently sits on the Grievance Committee at GNAR.
I have been involved in the real estate industry for over 18 years and am a principal broker in Tennessee and Illinois, handling both commercial and residential transactions. Presently I am Co-Chair of RPAC and am the National Association of Realtors RPAC Participation Chair for Tennessee for 2019. Previously, I have served on government affairs at WCAR. I am passionate about all things real estate! My husband Tom is a commercial real estate broker, and I home school, our 14-year-old daughter, Ashton who loves our paint horse, Blue Belle.
LeeAnn Kampfer is a native Tennessean, a graduate of The University of Tennessee, and a Realtor with CSA, PSA, and CNE accreditations. Her family has been in the Construction Industry in East Tennessee for many generations. LeeAnn serves her brokerage as the Education Co-Chair and on the Agent Leadership Council. LeeAnn has served WCAR in many capacities. She is a 2018 WCAR Leadership Academy Graduate, has served on the Bling & Bowties Committee, and currently serves on the Celebration of Excellence Committee, and as an RPAC Trustee. LeeAnn is also an RPAC Major Investor. LeeAnn is dedicated to excellent customer service, education, and serving the community. She has volunteered for the United Way on “Taste of Williamson County” for the past four years.
Kathie Moore has been a licensed real estate agent in Tennessee for 22 years, with a broker’s license for the past four years. She has been a member of WCAR since 1998. Kathie has been involved at all levels in WCAR, including President of the Board in 2008. In addition, Kathie is a Licensed Real Estate Instructor in Tennessee. She currently serves WCAR on the Budget Committee and is completing a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the REALTOR® Good Works Foundation. Kathie and her husband Jackie have lived in Franklin for 25 years. They have four children and four grandchildren, ages 4-9. Kathie has watched WCAR grow from a small association to a large association. As she looks towards the future, she sees shifts in our business models, which will create challenges for all associations. She would like to be a part of the team who faces the challenges head-on and finds solutions to keep our Association strong and viable for our membership.
As a third-generation REALTOR® and a 15-year veteran in the Middle TN market, I'm eager to invest more in understanding the needs of both members and the Association alike. I began taking on leadership roles after completing the Leadership Academy in 2016 and currently serve on the Budget Committee and as Chairman of the Government Affairs Committee for WCAR. My primary goal in serving is to support decisions and advance ideas that use our resources to benefit the membership positively. Our industry is continually changing, so I’m passionate about ensuring that the value Realtors bring to the table remains intact and highly visible to the public. In addition, with such robust growth in Williamson County -- and more to come -- I’ve already joined with other members to actively get out in front of legislative changes and have our voices heard on issues critical to homeownership and our profession.
Ann’s real estate career began in Southern California in 1983 with Coldwell Banker’s corporate headquarters as the Financial Assistant to the Vice President of Finance. Her career continued across the country as her husband, Michael’s career advanced, she relocated with Coldwell Banker in various positions ranging from New Homes Marketing to working at home compiling Profit Plan reports for the Illinois region. Upon their move to Middle Tennessee in 2001, they decided to set roots and raise their three boys in Brentwood. In 2005 it was time to get back to work, back to Real Estate in yet another capacity.
- Multi-Million Producer 12 years continuously
National Association of REALTORS® (NAR)
- 2018 NAR RPAC Hall of Fame
Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (TAR)
- TREEF Trustee
- RPAC Trustee
Williamson County Association of REALTORS® (WCAR)
- Served on various committees (Professional Standards, RPAC, Government Affairs)
- TAR Voting liaison – Board of Directors
- RPAC Chair and Co-Chair
- 2013 – 2015 Board of Directors
- 2016 REALTOR® of the Year
- Advisory Group
- Your 2020 Executive Committee -
Jordan Vaughn: President
Jordan Vaughn, Broker, CNE, ABR, SRES, ePro, 2018 REALTOR® of the year, and recipient of the inaugural REALTOR® Good Works Champion Award has a true passion for the real estate industry. His family roots run deep in the new construction business, and he has been licensed with RE/MAX, partnering with Mark Lonsway, since 2001 and is partners in Woodridge Homes. Jordan has always been a member of WCAR and has served WCAR in many capacities. He has chaired The REALTOR® Good Works Foundation twice, served on the Grievance Committee, Chaired the Professional Standards Committee, Chaired the Bylaws Committee served on the Sponsorship committee, served on various PAGs. Jordan was WCAR’s first Ombudsman, is a NAR trained Mediator for the association and currently serves as the 2019 President-Elect Give him a task, and he will make sure it gets done right and with the attention it deserves.
Honesty and the ability to handle decisions head-on are just two characteristics that people have found to be true when working with Jordan. Jordan believes REALTORS® have an excellent opportunity to show the general public a profession with high standards in integrity, professionalism, and quality in service.
Lorie Layman: President-Elect
Lorie Layman has been a REALTOR® for over 27 years. In those years, she has been active in her profession at GNR, WCAR, and the Sales and Marketing Council. She has exhibited leadership in each of those associations. She has served WCAR on a variety of committees. She is currently on the Board of Directors Executive Committee serves as the Chair of the Finance Committee, has Chaired the Professional Standards and the Grievance Committee. She is also the current Vice-Chair of the Government Affairs Committee. She is a major RPAC donor.
For her volunteer work, she has chosen the Williamson County Animal Shelter for her tireless efforts and financial support.
Currently, Lorie serves as Principal Broker for the Brentwood Crye-Leike REALTORS® office where she also holds the title of Vice-President.
Misty Woodford: Secretary/Treasurer
Misty Woodford is a 3rd generation REALTOR® and has been licensed in Tennessee for almost 12 years, with a broker’s license for eight years. Misty owned and operated a small independent brokerage for 8.5 years before joining a larger local brokerage. She currently works with Daniel-Christian Real Estate LLC in Franklin. She has been a member of WCAR since 2007. During that time, she has served on the Scholarship Committee, helped start the YPN chapter, serves as an Ombudsman, a past member of the Grievance Committee, and is currently serving as Vice-Chair of Budget and Chair of the Education Committee. In addition to volunteering with committees, Misty enjoys being an instructor for CORE, Contracts, and REALTOR® Academy Classes at WCAR. She attended the WCAR Leadership Academy program in 2016. Misty understands the importance of being invested in our realtor community and is a major investor in RPAC. She participated at the Mid-Year meetings in Washington DC in 2018 to get a better view of how things work on a national level. She has also attended TN REALTORS® Conferences and the NAR annual conference.