Leadership Team | Methodist Children's Homes of Mississippi

Leadership Team

Devon Loggins

Devon Loggins

President and CEO

Dloggins@mchms.org
601.853.5000 ext 1242

As President and CEO of the Methodist Children’s Homes of MS (MCH), Devon provides the direction and momentum of MCH. He is passionate about providing safe and loving homes for Mississippi’s most hurting children and his vision is to continue providing the highest quality services for the children and families who most need it.

Devon serves as a board member for the Mississippi Association of Child Caring Agencies and has worked in the field of Child Welfare for twelve years. In addition to Devon’s experience working with children and youth in the foster care system, he has an extensive career history providing critical incident trainings, debriefings and interventions in adult corrections in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and Georgia. Devon received his bachelor of social work degree from Arkansas State University, his MSW and Child Welfare Certification from the University of Pittsburgh and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Supervisor. Devon is married to his amazing wife, Jacqueline, who is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and they have three wonderful children.

Jennifer Wolfe

Jennifer Wolfe

Executive Assistant to CEO

JWolfe@mchms.org
601.853.5000 ext 1237

As Executive Assistant to Devon Loggins, CEO of the Methodist Children’s Homes, Jennifer manages Mr. Loggins schedule and files, as well as, managing the Board of Managers and Department Committees.

Jennifer graduated from Belhaven University with a Bachelors of Science in Arts Administration. She connects very deeply to the mission and vision of MCH and looks forward to how the Lord will continue to direct the agency.

Alissa Hebert-Wallace

Alissa Hebert-Wallace

Director of Program Operations

AHebert@mchms.org
601.853.5000 ext 1239

As Director of Program Operations, Alissa oversees each of MCH’s three programs: therapeutic residential services, therapeutic foster care, and community counseling services. Alissa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Supervisor. She is a certified trainer of Mental Health First Aid. Alissa completed her Master’s degree at Tulane University in New Orleans. She has worked for many social work and therapeutic agencies over the years and brings a wealth of knowledge to MCH.

Alissa lives in Brandon with her husband, Gary, where they enjoy cheering for LSU and playing with their dog.

Samantha Kalahar

Samantha Kalahar

Director of Development

Skalahar@mchms.org
601.853.5000 ext 2201

As Director of Development, Samantha oversees all fundraising, donations, and communications. She is passionate about helping others as she has served at several non profits during her career.

Samantha has a background in Social Work. Her combination of Social Work and Development experience makes her the perfect match for helping the children at MCH.

She lives in Madison with her husband and five children.

Bob Schroeder

Bob Schroeder

Director of Facilities and Technology

BSchroeder@mchms.org
601-853-5000 ext 1021

Bob supervises multiple departments at Methodist Children’s Homes, including property, fleet, I.T., security, food service and equipment. Having served at other non-profits for nearly 13 years, he understands the unique set of challenges working in the non-profit sector presents. Bob brings over 30 years of experience in property maintenance and management to MCH.

Originally from Metairie, LA, Bob is a lifelong fan of both the Saints and LSU. He enjoys Cajun foods, all types of music and being Grandpa to 6 wonderful girls. He and his wife Darlene live in Brandon.

Upcoming Events

Share the Light (Tree Lighting & Kick Off)

Friday, December 06, 6 to 8 p.m.
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Share the Light (Christmas Open House)

Saturday, December 07, 6 to 8 p.m.
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Foster Care Informational Meeting

Tuesday, December 10, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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