Ladies Fall Lunch
October 1, 2022, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Reservations for our Fall Lunch have closed. Be sure to check back soon to register for our Christmas Brunch on December 3.
Tomato Soup or Butternut Soup
Hawaiian Bread Sliders
Fall Kale Salad with Apples
Becky Haas is an international advocate and trainer on using a trauma informed approach, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study and Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) study. She is a pioneer in creating trauma informed communities. The work she led while working for the Johnson City Police Department in Northeast Tennessee was recognized by SAMHSA in 2018 as a model for other cities to follow. In 2019 she co-authored the “Building a Trauma Informed System of Care” toolkit for the TN Department of Children’s services detailing a blueprint for creating community resilience. In March of 2022, she was honored to receive the Friends of Children award from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth for her work as a local, state, and national leader in implementation and support of trauma informed services and communities. She is a founding member of the East Tennessee State University Ballad Health Strong Brain Institute and serves on two national committees, the CTIPP National Trauma Campaign strategy team and Pathways to Resilience Program.
Becky has attended Cornerstone since 1976 where she has served in various capacities of ministry. She currently serves on the Cornerstone Church Board of Trustees and has been part of the Youth Leadership since 2009. She has been married to Jonathan Haas since 1984. They have two sons, David, who is married to Katie, & Chris, who is married to Stacy. They have three grandchildren, Paisley (6), Cayden (4) and Christian (9 months).