Staff & Board of Directors
Charlotte Coker is the Chief Financial Officer for the Board of Directors for Barnabas Horse Foundation, Myrtle Beach, S.C. helping to grow the foundation into a safe and healing space. An avid horsewoman, Charlotte has been riding and showing horses since she was five years old. She has owned her own boarding and training facility and has a passion for all things equine that has spanned a lifetime.
Crystal Hanna serves as the Executive Director for the Barnabas Horse Foundation, Myrtle Beach, SC. Crystal is a 20 year executive administrator for Tower & Communication Services. She volunteered with the Parents Organization of her child’s school for ten years serving a term as president of the Parent Organization as well as serving on the Board of Directors, focusing on fund raising and hospitality events.
Hannah Blancett is the Intake Coordinator and an avid horse woman with Barnabas Horse Foundation in Myrtle Beach, SC. She has extensive experience with horses, including riding and horsemanship.
Jenn Faro is the Community Outreach Coordinator and a trauma focused equine professional with Barnabas Horse Foundation in Myrtle Beach, SC. She holds the position of Secretary on the Barnabas Horse Foundation Board of Directors. She has been a Natural Lifemanship Equine-Assisted Therapy practitioner since 2017 leads the Equine Assisted Learning Program “Horse and Heroes” for veterans and first responders.
Katherine (Kelli) Adams
Katherine (Kelli) Adams is a Board Member for Barnabas Horse Foundation, Myrtle Beach, SC., and worked as a volunteer from November 2013 to October 2016 when she became the Community Outreach Coordinator working until the end of 2018. Kelli helped to secure the very first Victims of Crime Act grant and she wrote the first Waccamaw Community Grant.
Sue McKinney is the Founder, President, Program Director, and lead Equine Professional at Barnabas Horse Foundation in Myrtle Beach, SC. Sue’s guidance and tireless commitment earned Barnabas Horse Foundation four years of nominations for Myrtle Beach Area Non-Profit of the Year, along with winning an Ethics in Business Award for Non-Profits in 2017 and the Victims of Crime Act grant for six consecutive years. Her certifications include PATH International Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning.
Tiffany Mansy began her equine professional career with Barnabas as a volunteer in 2016. While she completed extensive Natural Lifemanship trainings, in trauma-focused equine assisted psychotherapy, she held the position of Intake Coordinator.