Pivotal Moments is on a mission to strengthen mental fitness worldwide by creating, distributing, and promoting entertainment and educational programs that inspire and motivate people to become mentally fit, overcome adversity, and lead a fulfilling life with their unique purpose and passion.
The Pivotal Moments Chapter is dedicated to mental fitness and wellness in Tennessee, while also supporting our nationwide projects.
1999 Miss Mississippi America and 2002 Miss Mississippi USA, Heather has served as a host, emcee and entertainer for most of her adult life. Both publicly and privately, Heather enjoys helping causes near and dear to her heart. With a strong background in investor relations, Heather will funnel her efforts into building Pivotal Moments Nashville’s footprint. As Director, Heather looks forward to supporting strategically aligned charities in middle Tennessee and nationally as the Nashville Chapter of Pivotal Moments. Heather lives in Franklin with her two children, Lily and Nolan and a menagerie of rescue animals.
Tamara worked for several years as a successful entertainment attorney, record label owner and artist rep, licensed in California and Tennessee. During her career, she discovered, developed, and managed a variety of acts from Rock to Country to Contemporary Christian. Tamara’s clients have garnered numerous awards, including multiple Grammys.
In 2010, upon learning of her college classmate’s diagnosis, Tamara co-founded The Kevin Turner Foundation (KTF), to focus on the connection between ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and repeated brain trauma in athletes. Tamara’s client, Grammy nominated, multiplatinum recording artist, Ty Herndon, used Kevin Turner’s ALS story for his “Journey On” music video, which became the battle cry for the foundation. Tamara now focuses on bringing her expertise and relationships in sports and entertainment to Pivotal Moments Media. Tamara lives in Nashville with husband David, and sons, Will and Beckett.