Alumni

Since 1953, Saint Joseph School has educated more than 15,000 students. During their many years of learning and growing here, we committed to providing them with the experience of the living Gospel while challenging them to reach their spiritual, academic and personal potential. And that legacy continues. If you are an alumni, we want to know you, support your businesses and continue our relationship with you and your families. We encourage you to explore this site, stay in touch with us, keep up with the latest news, reconnect with other alumni and give back to Saint Joseph school so that we can continue to provide a tradition of faith, knowledge and service in the years to come.

 
 

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Featured Alumni

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Lindsay Payne - Class of 1998

Lindsay is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Knoxville with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the College of Communication, where she majored in Speech Communication.  She currently resides in Hendersonville, TN with her husband/high school sweetheart of 13 years and their two beautiful daughters.  Lindsay enjoys playing with her children, running, hiking, beaching, boating and watching sports.

Lindsay started her career in 2006 with Gaylord Entertainment/WSM AM 650/The Grand Ole Opry selling sponsorships and AM radio. She spent the next eight years with South Central Media as an Account Executive (Mix 92.9 WJXA/96.3 JACK-fm WCJK), becoming a million dollar biller and leading the staff in NTR sales.

During her radio tenure at South Central Media, Lindsay succeeded with the Gabriel Media program and brings that unique experience to her clients.  With over 13 years in the industry, her ability to connect with/inspire sales staffs and her training style make her a favorite amongst her clients.  Local business owners enjoy Lindsay’s presentation delivery and her genuinely approachable personality.  Considering her father, Allen Schemmel, is one of the co-founders of Gabriel Media, you can rest assured that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree!