Jeffrey Hall is an excellent communicator with a heart for service and the newest staff member at Verble Estate. His career has been both multi-dimensional and evolving; encompassing many aspects of the arts, business, management and non-profit work. The lion's share of his career has been associated with the performing arts on a local, regional and national scale. Immediately upon graduating from Austin Peay University, Clarksville, TN with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech, Communications and Theatre, Hall toured for seven years as a paid company actor travelling from New York to Los Angeles. Returning to his home in Nashville, he took a position at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center where he began as Assistant Manager of the house department, then became an Event Sales and Services Manager and over time rose in the ranks to Senior Director of Facility Operations where he was responsible for managing all the theatre's facilities, house staff, tech, concessions, housekeeping and maintenance.
In 2011, Hall was given the opportunity to make a major career shift and join the staff at the request of Mike Verble who was impressed with his considerable communication and management skills and ease with jobs that required multi-tasking and people skills. His role as V.A. Coordinator is to provide liaison assistance to anyone that needs help with V.A. benefits. This may be simply answering questions about a pension benefit, meeting in person to consult on how to fill out a form, or calling the V.A. to confirm details that could affect one's ability to pay for long-term care.
Hall says, "As the child of a parent with Alzheimer's I have a strong desire to help people get the care they need as quickly as possible. I understand how confusing the maze of forms, requirements and qualifications can be when working with a government agency. This position is not unlike many others that I have had in the past where details are important, except that it provides the opportunity to get to know people on a personal basis and feel that I am making a difference in someone's life.