Meet Our Staff
Lennon Harris, BS
Director of Operations
Lennon is the Director of Operations for Vista Points, Inc., overseeing and maintaining all Trust accounts. He also actively participates in various marketing venues to help create awareness of special needs trusts and related services.
After graduating from Brentwood Academy in 1993, Lennon attended the University of Tennessee at Martin where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Lennon worked for a transportation brokerage company as an accounting clerk for five years. From there, he pursued a career in property management serving as site coordinator to several properties throughout the Nashville/Metropolitan area. Lennon also served as an office manager for a Community High School that focused on children who were alcohol or chemical dependent. Before coming to Vista Points, Lennon worked four years as an accounting executive for a nonprofit organization in the Nashville area.
In Lennon’s spare time, he enjoys spending time with his son and participating in sporting events.
Director of Trust Administration and Compliance
Allison Jordan came to Vista Points, Inc., in 2022. She is a Financial Trust Account Clerk. Her passion is helping people with disabilities. She graduated in 1989 from Southeastern Academy in Kissimmee, Florida, then modified her career path, in 2001, into the financial world.
After Hurricane Katrina hit her town of Gulfport, Mississippi, Allison moved to Mount Juliet, Tennessee, in early 2006. In 2010, both her daughter, Bishop (brain cancer) and son Warrick (autistic), were diagnosed with their disabilities. As a parent, she has been an advocate for her kids for over 13 years.
Allison is involved in many community organizations such as being a volunteer and coach with the Wilson County Chapter 27 Special Olympics, childhood cancer and autism advocate, and a past Board Member and volunteer with the Kiwanis Club of Mount Juliet. She is currently a member of the Mount Juliet Chamber of Commerce, spent 7 years as a Girl Scout Leader, including receiving the Leader-of-the-Year Award in 2010. She was a prior member with the Knights of Columbus’ Ladies Auxiliary for Saint Stephens Catholic Community, and was a runner-up, in 2015, for the National Hero Award with U.S. Bancorp.
Allison is married to Andrew, her best friend, where he became the children’s stepdad in 2020. In 2022, Bishop succumbed to her illness. Warrick is an athlete with the Special Olympics and other special needs sports organizations in Middle Tennessee.
Allison enjoys sports (football and hockey), the great outdoors, camping, traveling, and visiting family in Louisiana. She loves to volunteer and give back to the community.
Cheryl Todd is Vista Points’ Administrative Assistant. She joined the company in 2019, bringing great experience and a willingness to learn with her. Cheryl enjoys working with the staff and all of the Vista Points clients, their families, and the professionals who assist them. She states it reminds her of being “right at home”. Assisting callers gives Cheryl a wonderful sense of being hands-on and a problem-solver. Each day, she works to ensure all beneficiaries receive the proper care they need to continue living a good quality of life.
Cheryl has worked in many fields which gives her a broad understanding of the corporate world. In Phoenix, AZ, she owned a flower shop that was operated from her home. In the early 2000’s, she worked at the state capital, serving as a secretary until her mother fell ill. Cheryl left her job to care for her mother. Cheryl had a nice career as an apartment manager in Tennessee, but she knew she could be more useful and do more. That is when she was hired by Vista Points, The Special Needs Trusts and Resource Center. Cheryl states that she hopes she will remain with Vista Points until she decides to retire, many years from now.
Cheryl tells people she was a country girl at heart, but now living in Tennessee, she has made it a reality. Cheryl has two adult sons and one sweet granddaughter. She enjoys doing things with her church and her family.
“Working with Vista Points gives me the satisfaction of knowing we are doing our very best to serve our beneficiaries and their families. We assist in providing care and educating them regarding their everyday needs while living with a disability.” – C. Todd
Know what you are risking by not taking advantage of the protection offered by a Special Needs Trust. Vista Points can connect you to the resources to establish a Special Needs Trust, all with your specific and individual needs in mind.