Tyrone Greenlee is a native of Asheville, North Carolina and currently works as director of Christians for a United Community, a non-profit coalition of churches which mobilizes people of faith around issues of social justice focusing on dismantling racism and the disparities caused by racism. He also works as a mentor/mediator at the Francine Delany New School for Children in West Asheville. Tyrone is a community activist, having served on the boards of Children First, The Center For Participatory Change, and the WCQS Advisory Board . Tyrone currently serves on the boards of Just Economics, Green Opportunities, and Hands and Feet of Asheville. In addition, Tyrone volunteers with the Building Bridges of Asheville anti-racism organization. Tyrone is a member of the New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church where he serves on the Sanctuary Choir, the Men’s Choir, the Youth Ministry, and where he was ordained as a Deacon in January of 2012. He is also a member of Circle of Mercy Congregation in Asheville.
Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna and airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Dr. Bob is a psychologist with a private practice in Asheville who uses a holistic, mindfulness-based and compassionate approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and listen to the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.