MCAA Board of Directors

   Troy Bradfield ( serves as President of the MCAA Board.  Troy is a lifelong resident of Madison County.  He graduated from Madison County High School in 2004.  He began working for Progress Energy in 2005, and he has worked as Transmission Substation Maintenance Supervisor for Duke Energy since 2015.  He lives in Lee with his wife Christie and their three children, Bailie, Clayton, and Ada.  They attend church at First Baptist Church of Madison.

  Amanda Norris ( serves as Vice President of the MCAA Board.  She is a Jacksonville native with a love for entrepreneurship. She graduated from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor's in Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Management in 2006. Amanda and her husband, Chris Norris (Madison native), have two children Mason and Hannah that currently attend MCAA. She and her husband own and operate Daisy & Dukes Boutique along with Norris Cafe in downtown Madison. Their love for people and community is the reason why they moved their family here 5.5 years ago. 

   Melanie Terrill ( serves as Secretary of the MCAA Board.  Melanie graduated from Charlton County High School in Folkston, Georgia, in 2002.  She went on to attend Florida State College of Jacksonville, earning an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration.  She has worked for Johnson & Johnson, Inc. for over 13 years, currently serving as their Human Resource Officer.  Melanie and her husband, Jerry, have two children, Kaylee and Gage.  They attend church at Fellowship Baptist.

  Allison Finley ( serves as Treasurer of the MCAA Board.  Allison is a North Florida College and Florida State University alumnus, earning a degree in Information Systems with a concentration in Network Administration.  The majority of her career has been in Marketing and Communications for state associations and boards of directors.  Allison has returned to North Florida College, where she works as the Coordinator of Recruitment.  She is married to Charles Finley and has two children, Caden and Avery.

   Lakeshia Dennis ( is employed by Angel-5 Services, an agency with APD Florida, as a Supported Living Coach and Personal Supports provider.  Her position is community-based and supports persons with developmental disabilities in living, learning, and working in their communities.  She has worked with Angel-5 Services/APD Florida for over six years.  Lakeshia is a graduate of Madison County High School.  She received an Associates of Arts degree from North Florida Community College.  Lakeshia lives in Madison with her husband Reggie and their son, Reginald, currently a student at MCAA.

    Daniel Havard ( graduated from Madison County High School in 2003.  As a lifelong resident of Madison County, he enjoys small town living.  Daniel has been employed with Duke Energy for 17 years and currently works in the Substation Maintenance Department.  He enjoys hunting, going to the gym, and spending time with friends and family.  Daniel lives in Madison with his wife Allyce and two children, Clara and Carley.

    William "Willy" Hamrick ( graduated from Madison County High School in 1997 and Wiregrass Technical College in 2001. Willy has been a Lineman with Duke Energy for 17 years. During that time he has traveled extensively across the southeastern United States and overseas assisting in hurricane relief efforts. Through Duke Energy, Willy also serves on a specialized team that works closely with school-aged children and the public, teaching safety and the hazards associated with power lines and electricity. He enjoys the outdoors, spending time with family and friends, and is a member of First Baptist Church of Madison. Willy and his wife, Danielle, have 2 children, Avery and Will.

  Ella Howard ( was born in the Philippines and moved to the United States in 2007.  She has lived in Madison since 2008. Ella has been a Physical Therapist for 19 years. She earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Liceo De Cagayan University in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines in 2001. She worked as a Physical therapist at Suwannee Healthcare in Live Oak from 2007-2016 and has been employed with Amedisys Home Health since 2016. Ella lives in Madison with her husband Billy and their 2 children, Eli (9) and Liam (7).

  Jennifer Page ( grew up in nearby Suwannee County, graduating from Suwannee High School in 1995. She earned her Associate in Arts degree from North Florida Community College in 1997, a Bachelor of Science in English Education from Florida State University in 1999, and a Masters of Education with a concentration in reading and advanced literacy from the University of North Florida in 2004. Jennifer taught middle school Language Arts and Reading for 10 years before beginning her career at North Florida College in 2010 enjoying various roles as an instructor, academic support coordinator, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and currently as the Dean of Academic Affairs. Jennifer lives in Madison with her two children, Logan and Abby. 

    Cary A. “Bo” Hardee, III (Attorney of Record), a lifelong resident of Madison County, has over 10 years of experience practicing law in Florida. He attended North Florida Community College and Florida State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and criminology in 1995. In 1999, he was awarded his Juris Doctor from The Stetson University College of Law. Currently, he is a partner at The Hardee Law Firm, PL. He is a sixth generation Floridian and a fourth generation attorney. His namesake, his great great uncle was the governor of the State of Florida from 1921-1925. Bo is a member of various groups in the state of Florida, both on a personal, professional, and religious level. He lives in Madison, Florida, with his wife Suzi, their three children, and two dogs.