288: A Conversation with Sabrina Blue

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The needs in a rural community can sometimes be overwhelming, from transportation needs to medical care, dental care, and more. Sabrina Blue’s heart has always been rural because she is a country girl at heart. Her mission is to look at the deficit of the resources in rural Tennessee and figure out how to deliver holistic healthcare to the residents of rural West Tennessee.

“Our mission is to build stronger communities and improve health outcomes for West Tennessee families.’

~Sabrina Blue

Sabrina Blue is the Founder and CEO of Helping Hands of Middle and West Tennessee (HHT). The mission of HHT is to build stronger communities and help improve health outcomes for West Tennessee families. HHT provides dental, medical, and medical insurance assistance to families earning no more than 200 percent of the federal poverty level. Blue is an Associate Pastor with the Historic First Baptist Church in Jackson, Tennessee.

She had earned over 30 years of corporate management, including sales and marketing strategic planning, for top Fortune 500 companies. Blue had developed and launched businesses such as the first 24-hour childcare center located in Charleston, South Carolina. Blue serves as a board member in nonprofit organizations within her community in the West Tennessee area. Blue currently serves her community in the following areas:

  • Vice-Chair, Jackson Madison County Equity Project
  • Board Member, Sister with Aspiring Goals (SWAG)
  • Board Member, Leadership Jackson Alumni
  • Member of the Jackson Rotary Club
  • Member of the Jackson Cotillion Club
  • Member of the Circle of Red and Red Tie Society
  • Member of the 10 Women Who Care of Jackson
  • Advisory Committee Member of the Jackson General Hospital
  • Chair, Jackson Mission of Mercy

Blue enjoys providing coaching and mentoring services by helping professionals and youths to develop skills in management, sales, marketing, and staffing coaching. She has studied at Trident Technical College, College of Charleston, and the University of Colorado.

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