9-1-1 Board Member Biographies


Alan Campbell is the Executive Director of Shelby County 9-1-1.  Prior to joining Shelby County 9-1-1, Mr. Campbell was employed by the Shelby County Commission, Intergraph, and Adams County Colorado Communications Center.  He received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Management degree from the University of Montevallo.  Mr. Campbell also serves as a member of the Shelby County Personnel Board and is the former President of Alabama NENA.  He and his wife, Stephanie, have two children; Anna and Lauren.

Evelyn Causey is currently President / COO of Hayneville Telephone Company and Camellia Communications which serve Lowndes and Butler Counties. After attending Troy University where she earned a degree in Business Administration, Evelyn worked in the residential mortgage industry gaining a great deal insight into the finance industry.  In 1992 she joined her family to assist in the operation of a small ILEC in Hayneville, Alabama.  Since that time the business has grown to two counties serving over 4500 customers with local, long distance, internet, security, wireless and IPTV video services.  With over 27 years of experience in the rural Alabama market, Evelyn is committed to seeing rural communities not only survive, but thrive.

Evelyn, along with her husband Mark, reside in Greenville.  They have two grown and married sons: Cory and wife, Laura; Matt and wife, Wynn; daughter, Jess; and three grandchildren: Powell, Amelia and Reese.  Evelyn attends First United Methodist Church.  She currently serves on the Butler County Commission of Economic Development, Lowndes County Commission of Economic Development, LBW Junior College Foundation Board Member, Director/VP of the Telecommunications Association of the South East and Chair of the State of Alabama 9-1-1 Board.  Evelyn enjoys serving the citizens of our community through volunteer opportunities, as well as corporate ones.  She recently founded The Caring Ball a non-profit youth fundraising event to support local charities.

Melissa Dove is the Director of the Wilcox County E-911 Communications District.  Prior to joining the Wilcox County E-911 Communications District, she was employed by the Wilcox Progressive Era Newspaper.  Mrs. Dove also serves as the Alabama APCO Treasurer.  She previously served as a member of the Wilcox Area Chamber of Commerce and is the former President of the AAND Board (2011-2012).  She and her husband, Stan, have two children; Cherry and Alex.
Vacant Seat Seat vacant.

Becky Neugent


Seat vacant.

Wayne Hutchens is the Assistant Vice President of Legislative & Regulatory Affairs for AT&T Alabama.  Mr. Hutchens received a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Samford University and a Master’s degree in Public & Private Administration from Birmingham-Southern College.  He has served as a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Regional School Board and Catholic Diocese of Birmingham School Board.  He and his wife, Sharon, have eight children; Tracey, Adam, Erin, Katie, Greg, Laura, Joan, and Jonathan.

J. Frederick Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer of Farmers Telecommunications Cooperative, Inc.  Mr. Johnson received a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Administration from Southern Wesleyan University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga.  He also serves as a member of NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association, Rural Telephone Finance Cooperative, Telecommunications Association of the Southeast, and Commission on Accreditation, Association for Biblical Higher Education.

John Nettles is the President of Pine Belt Telephone & Wireless.  Prior to joining Pine Belt Telephone & Wireless, Mr. Nettles was a member of the United States Army.  Mr. Nettles received a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Alabama.  He also serves as a member of Main Street Selma and Telecom Association of the Southeast.  He and his wife, Tiffany, have five children; John, Alice, Hain, Braxton, and Mary.
Robert Smith is the Sr. Manager of Government Relations at Charter Communications.  Prior to joining Charter Communications, Mr. Smith was employed by Bright House Networks.  Mr. Smith received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Alabama A&M University.  He also serves as a member of the Alabama Cable Telecommunications Association Board of Directors and The ESPN Birmingham Bowl Advisory Board.  He and his wife, Shelia, have three children; Julian, Jordan, and Tyla.

Brandon M. Wallace is the Director of Athens/Limestone County 9-1-1.  Prior to joining Athens/Limestone County 9-1-1, Mr. Wallace was employed by the Limestone County Water Authority, MedSolutions, Inc., and Utility Automation Integrators (UAI).  He received a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Geography with a Minor in CIS from the University of North Alabama.  Mr. Wallace also serves as a member of the Greater Limestone County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.  He and his wife, Ashley, have two children; Wyatt and Maggie.

Tim Webb is the Executive Director of the Winston County E 9-1-1 Communications District, home of the nation’s first 9-1-1 call. Prior to joining Winston County 9-1-1 Mr. Webb served as Location Engineer for the 2nd Division of the Alabama Department of Transportation. Mr. Webb attended the University of Alabama in Birmingham and is a licensed professional land surveyor in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. He has served on the AAND board for seven consecutive terms and is the past president of the northwest Alabama 9-1-1 District group. He and his wife, Rebecca, have two children, Andrew and Whitney.

Jeremy Williams has been the Director of the 911 Center in Geneva County since 2013.  He started in public safety 22 years ago when he joined the local EMS service in Opp Alabama at the age of 17 through their explorer program.  In 2001 he was employed as a Emergency Medical Dispatcher at Covington County 911where he worked for 12 years before becoming the 911 Director for Geneva County. Jeremy is the Montgomery LATA representative for the Alabama Chapter of the National Number Association (NENA) and is a Certified Emergency Communications Administrator since completing the Associations of County Commissions of Alabama two year training.  He has served on the Board of Directors for Wiregrass Hospital and Nursing Home in Geneva since his appointment by the Geneva County Commission in 2015. Jeremy and his wife, Jessica, have two daughters; Sydnee 14 and Sierra 11.  

Seat vacant.



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