Nia's PLEDGE is and has ALWAYS BEEN TO PROVIDE QUALITY SUPPORT SERVICES TO THOSE IN NEED.
Derrick L. Stevens is a native of the Clarksville/Ft. Campbell area and has traveled and lived in various places throughout his life due to being a military dependent. 17 of those years were in Anchorage, Alaska where he attended UAA and for 10 years he worked for their Postal System. In 1999 Mr. Stevens relocated back to the area with his wife and children (now he has 3 adult children and 2 grandchildren) where he has held many roles with Nia Association before taking on his current position as Chief Operations Officer.
Chief Operations Officer | Derrick Stevens
Heidi Hubbard came to Nia association in 2000 after retiring from the US Army. She has been married to her husband for 35 years and they have adult children. She holds the position as Director of Logistics which involves her maintaining the computers, vehicles, and rental properties. Ms. Hubbard helped write the original Standard Operating Policies for Nia as well as serving as the Policy Review Committee Chair. She has stated that she loves her job because she has "a passion to serve the special individuals we serve and those that assist in their care".
Director of Logistics | Heidi Hubbard
HR Manager | Amy Midgett Blacklock
Eric Moore is from Missouri and has worked for Nia for two years. Prior to working for Nia, Mr. Moore worked as a Job Coach, Counselor, and Life Skills teacher for other agencies. He was hired as a Developmental Support Professional, but was promoted in January 2018 to Incident Manager Coordinator/ Quality Assurance Coordinator. Mr. Moore enjoys working for Nia, and says “Every day is different, and I enjoy my position.”
Manager Coordinator/ Quality Assurance Coordinator | ERIC MOORE
Julie is a 2006 graduate of Hopkinsville Community College with an Associate's Degree in Nursing. She joined NIA Association in July of 2016. When Julie joined the Nia team she brought her love for and experience in nursing as well as her strength and caring for those she works with. Julie lives in Clarksville with her husband and five children and while she enjoys a multitude of activities, none are more important to her than spending time with her family.