Holly has lived in Social Circle, Georgia for thirteen years. She and her family are members of First Baptist Church of Social Circle. She has been married to her husband Jeff for nineteen years and they have a 17-year-old daughter named Jacqueline who will be graduating from Social Circle High School in May of 2020. Originally from Loxahatchee, Florida, Holly has been around horses most of her life.
Meet Our Board
Teri Justice is a retired educator from the Newton County School System where she taught special education. She currently works as a consultant completing developmental assessments for the school system Special Needs Preschool Department. Teri combined her desire to work with individuals with special needs and love of horses by owning and operating Cottonwood Farm in Covington, GA along with her husband Ken. Teri has been supporter of Newton County Special Olympics by serving on the Management team and coaching a variety of sports. She and Ken have also assisted the Special Olympics Equestrian team. In addition, Teri is a client advocate at the Newton Pregnancy Resource Center. Teri and Ken live in Rutledge and have 2 grown sons.
Katelyn is a wife and mom with a heart for ministry and the community of Social Circle. Katelyn has a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education from Toccoa Falls College and a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Counseling. She taught high school students for ten years with the Walton County Christian Learning Center, a non-profit that partners with public schools to teach elective Bible classes to students. She is now serving as the Assistant Director for the WCCLC. Katelyn and her husband, Nathan, have 2 little boys, Sam, age 5, and Ben, age 3. Together, they planted a second campus of their church, Church At The Grove, in Social Circle in 2012. Katelyn also leads Thrive, a ministry for women in the Social Circle and surrounding communities.
Marcus is a born again Christian and very passionate about the Master’s Touch ministry. He has been married to his wife Mollie for 18 years, and they have 3 children, Emma, Will, and Isabella. Marcus has worked as a paramedic for over 20 years and teaches Healthcare Sciences at Morgan County High School. Being raised as a farm boy, he spent many summer days working with his grandfather on the farm and found that he had a love of riding horses. When Makayla shared her plan for Master’s Touch with Marcus, he was excited to help get the program off the ground. Today, he is amazed at how the program has grown and is honored to be able to be a small part of the ministry that is taking place at Master’s Touch.