Stephanie Taylor : Executive Director

Stephanie Taylor

Executive Director
I am honored to support East Texans living with dementia, their caregivers, and our community impacted by this devastating disease. Before joining the Alliance staff in June 2016, I served as the director of community outreach and as the public information officer for the Northeast Texas Public Health District. I've also been recently involved with the Junior League of Tyler, the Texas 211 Advisory Board, and the Tyler Fit City Challenge Steering Committee. I'm a Lindale native and alum of Baylor University, and I currently live in Tyler with my husband and our four children.
Luanne Harms, LMSW : Client Services Director

Luanne Harms, LMSW

Client Services Director
I am thrilled to be part of the Alliance team and supporting clients and families on brain health and dementia-related concerns. With several years of experience serving those in hospitals, senior living, and hospice care, I'm a passionate advocate for senior adults and meeting their care needs. I'm an East Texas native and graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a master's degree in Social Work.
Beth Filla : Development Director

Beth Filla

Development Director
Joining the Alliance in January of 2016 as the development director was a wonderful way to start the year! It is an incredible honor to be able to work with such a phenomenal group of people dedicated to helping those affected by Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia navigate this incredibly complex disease. I grew up in Texarkana (Texas), graduated from Texas A&M University, and have spent the past twenty years working in nonprofit development, mostly with international organizations. My Aggie husband and I moved to Tyler with our three kids in 2009 and are proud to be involved in such a vibrant and giving community.
Jamie Huff : Program Director

Jamie Huff

Program Director
I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Public Relations from Oklahoma Baptist University and invested in nonprofit work my entire career. Along with raising three wonderful children with my husband, I have great compassion for working with and on behalf of individuals with dementia and their caregivers. I joined the Alliance staff in 2006 and lead our Day Club program, support groups, and other programs and services for our clients.
Joyce Allen : Office Manager

Joyce Allen

Office Manager
I began working with the Alzheimer’s Alliance as the office manager in September 2015. With over fifteen years experience working with nonprofit organizations, I am thrilled to serve in this position. I was born and raised in San Antonio, attended Oklahoma Christian University, and lived in Arlington for twenty years. In July 2015, my husband, Bill, and I moved from North Carolina to Tyler, where he is the preaching minister for West Erwin Church of Christ. I'm definitely a “people” person and have a strong desire to make a difference in the lives of others.