Summit Staff

Matt Overby

President & Executive Director

Matt’s history in organizational leadership includes a background with Chick-fil-A, Starbucks Coffee Company, and Target. He passionately pursues making an impact through servant leadership. “Do for one what you wish you could do for everyone,” is one of the guiding principles he measures his life by.
Matt is an enneagram type 9.

Dave McAuley

Leadership Consultant & Coach

Dave has a broad background of leadership experience in business, non-profit and church settings. His undergraduate degree is in Mass Communications and he holds a graduate Seminary degree in Biblical Studies. His passion in life is to add value to the lives and vocations of leaders in order to help them be successful and add value to the lives of those they serve. Dave’s personal mission is to model, mentor and multiply servant leadership in all his spheres of influence. Leading group coaching sessions and teaching leadership through workshops and conferences are at the heart of his passion.
Dave is an enneagram type 8.

Myra Paessler, MBA

Chief Financial Officer

Myra has an extensive background as an accounting professional in for-profit and nonprofit sectors ranging from service, medical, manufacturing and construction industries.  She earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi.  Her passion is sharing her knowledge and experience to help business leaders interpret financial information for planning and decision making.
Myra is an enneagram type 1.

Jeff W. Anderson, JD, LLM

Director of Ministry Advancement

With deep roots beginning with a family here prior to Tennessee’s statehood, Jeff enjoyed a long and productive career in law and other professional and public service. Over the past twenty years, he served in fundraising roles for ministry and higher education.  His passion at Summit empowers donors to effectively use their faithful stewardship in their current and future estate giving to share the love and hope of Jesus..
Jeff earned a business administration degree at ETSU, a law degree at the University of Tennessee, and a LLM in Estate Planning and Elder Law at the Western New England College.  His wife, Beth, directs the career placement and servant leadership program at Milligan College, and they have one adult daughter, Olivia, who currently resides in Charleston, SC.

Chloe Campbell, MSSW

Director

Chloe graduated from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville’s College of Social Work, where she received an MSSW with a concentration in Nonprofit Management, Leadership, and Community Practice. Prior to Summit, she worked with the Alliance for Better Nonprofits serving over 300 nonprofit agencies in East Tennessee. Chloe’s passions include advocacy, social justice, and helping nonprofits build capacity for greater mission impact. She serves as a supervisor for graduate-level interns and member of two local Board of Directors. In her spare time, she enjoys raising her two “furry” children, Stella & Asher, with her husband, Ben.
Chloe is an enneagram type 2.

Michele King, M.S.

Director of Care Services

After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Virginia Tech, Michele attended Florida State University where she acquired her Masters of Science in Counseling and Human Systems.  From 2001-2009, Michele served as a Staff Member and Johnson City Office Director for TriCities Christian Counseling Center. In 2010, she joined Grace Fellowship Church as the Interim Director of Counseling.  Michele has been serving as the Director of Care Services for Summit since 2012.
Her passion is derived from seeing the healing power of Jesus in the lives of emotionally hurting and spiritually wounded individuals.  She believes His forgiveness offered them redemption of their pain and is always amazing proof of His great love for each of us.
Michele is an enneagram type 2.

Eric Myers, MDiv

The Church Mobilization Network Director

Eric grew up in Seymour, Indiana (home of John “Cougar” Mellencamp”) and earned a business degree from Ball State University. Following a stint in Johnson City working for Saturn, Eric met his wife, Cindy, and moved to Indiana to work for an Indiana corporation as their Director of Customer Service and Training departments. Eight years later, Eric resigned his position and enrolled in Asbury Seminary. Eric earned a Master of Divinity from Asbury in 2010 and began working with Summit as the Director of The Church Mobilization Network in 2014. Eric and Cindy live in Johnson City and have two daughters and a golden retriever. Eric is passionate about movies and cycling the beautiful roads of East Tennessee.
Eric is an enneagram type 6.

Currently Seeking

Facility Lead & Administrative Coordinator

We are looking for an individual with professional experience in the office environment. Please contact us at contact@summitlife.org to learn more!

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