Morning Star Sanctuary, Inc.
  A Christian refuge for victims of Domestic Violence.





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Staff

Randy Butler
Chief Financial Officer

Randy Butler served as Chief Financial Officer for Century II for about seven years before "semi-retiring". Prior to his election as the Company's Chief Financial Officer in 2009, Mr. Butler joined Century II, a subsidiary of the Company on May 1, 2006 as the Controller, and assumed responsibility for all the financial functions of PSM, Inc. another subsidiary of the Company in May 2008. Prior to Century II, Mr. Butler was the Controller for PFIC Corporation, a broker-dealer for Union Planters Bank, where he was responsible for all the accounting and financial operations for the Financial Services Division of Union Planters Bank. Mr. Butler graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. Randy has a deep passion for Morning Star dating back to the very beginning of the institution when he served on the board and was board chair for a number of years.  He has generously volunteered to join our forces as CFO of Morning Star to oversee our financial obligations and assist with grant writing, reporting, etc. 

Gena Hull
Coordinator of Community Programs

A recipient of many awards and recognition for her work in Domestic Violence (DV), Gena has amassed many titles throughout her years of service to Davidson County survivors:  tenacious advocate, effective presenter and gifted grant writer. A co-founder of the Nashville Coalition Against Domestic Violence in Nashville, Gena was one of the first volunteer court advocates in Nashville’s courtrooms (over 25 years ago.) She went on to pioneer several other DV programs in collaboration with the Metro Police Department and Judicial System, including the establishment of Morning Star Sanctuary’s (MSS) court advocacy program, the MSS satellite office for assistance with Orders of Protection, as well as the organization’s HOPE Children’s Counseling and Mentoring programs. For over ten years, Gena facilitated support groups for survivors of domestic violence, even as she served on numerous boards and committees throughout the county in the fight to end DV. In 2003, former Mayor Bill Purcell appointed Gena to serve on the newly formed Death Review team. Today, Gena continues to be an integral force in all aspects of procedural planning and maintenance for Morning Star Sanctuary’s domestic violence programs.