Director of Early Childhood Ministry
Helen Fitzhugh grew up in Dallas, Texas. She went to J.J. Pearce High School and then on to Texas A&M University and earned a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, specializing in Early Childhood.
After graduation, she and Matt married, moved to McKinney and joined TPC in 2006. Helen taught kindergarten for six years before her son, Brock, was born and she decided to stay home with him. Since then her family has grown to include daughters, Reese and Delaney. She is a certified Pre-K to 6 th grade teacher.
Helen volunteered in our Early Childhood Ministry for three years before becoming the Early Childhood Ministry Director. She is passionate about our youngest members and finds true joy in welcoming the children of TPC to be an important part of our church family.
Director of Elementary Ministry
Danielle grew up down the road in Plano, Texas. After graduating from Texas Tech University with a degree in English and Secondary Education, she returned to Plano to begin her teaching career and met her husband Dan. Danielle was an educator who thoroughly enjoyed her seven year employment as a high school teacher in Plano ISD. She is a lifelong Presbyterian. Danielle and her husband joined TPC in 2012 and became members of TPC’s “Time Out” Sunday School Class. She loved volunteering for Vacation Bible School. They have three children, Jarrett, Avery, and Loralei.
Danielle is thrilled with the opportunity to work more closely with friends at TPC. She looks forward to getting to know the many parents and volunteers and, especially, the children in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Director of Christian Education, Youth and Young Adults
Tami Voyles grew up in Houston, TX, and attended First Presbyterian Church of Pasadena. After graduating from J. Frank Dobie High School, she attended Texas A&M University where she earned a Liberal Arts degree in English Literature. Along with this, Tami is also a Certified Christian Educator within the Presbyterian Church(USA).
While at Texas A&M, Tami met her husband, Bradley. After graduation, Tami moved to Dallas where Bradley was already working. They were married in 1993 and soon moved to McKinney. They immediately joined TPC and began working with the youth. Their first group consisted of just 4 youth!
After volunteering for seven years, Tami joined the staff as the Logos Director in 2000. After changes in the structure of the program, she was given the job of Youth Ministry Director. Many changes have occurred in the youth department over the years, including our number of youth, but one thing has remained constant and that is Tami’s passion for youth ministry. Tami and Bradley have 3 children: Brett, Jade and Devon.
Junior High Youth Director
Miriam Ross grew up in Starkville, Mississippi and then moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana as a teenager. She earned a BA in Communication with a focus in Public Relations and a double minor in History and Political Science from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. Miriam has been a lifelong Presbyterian, even meeting her husband Andrew, at the Montreat Youth Conference as a youth.
In May 2008, Miriam married Andrew. They traveled to Montreat as small group leaders where Miriam realized of her love for working with youth. The Ross family moved to McKinney in 2009. Soon after, they began volunteering with the Youth ministry and in 2011 Miriam became part of the TPC staff.
Miriam loves all things youth-related and the Ross family are avid Montreat Youth Conference attendees. She loves spending time with the youth both in the church and out. Miriam and Andrew have 3 children: Kaylie, Emalyn and Sawyer.
Director of Music Ministry
Jennifer is our Director of Music Ministry. She leads our choir and also coaches our small ensemble groups and guest soloists. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Music from University of Louisiana in Monroe, and a Master of Music from University of Redlands, California.
Jennifer has been a part of Trinity Presbyterian Church of McKinney Texas since the Fall of 2013; she joined TPC immediately after finishing graduate school. She has performed in many musicals and operas, and produces an annual music recital for TPC’s Women’s Ministry.
Jennifer also owns Jennifer’s Voice and Piano Studio, where she coaches many talented and aspiring musicians, including some of TPC’s members.
Director of Communications and Membership
Jen Zaccarella grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Jen and her husband, Mike, joined Trinity in 2008 when they were engaged to be married and seeking a church home for their future family. Jen worked in Human Resources for 7 years until she decided to become a stay-at- home mom to her two daughters.
Since becoming a Trinity member, Jen has been active as a volunteer, and also served as an ordained Deacon from 2015 until joining the staff as Membership Coordinator in 2017, and later taking on the expanded role of Director of Communications and Membership in 2018. Jen loves helping people feel welcome at Trinity and sharing the great things happening at TPC with the wider community.
Stacy grew up in Syracuse, NY and moved to Texas 6 years ago. She earned a BBA in Business Administration, majoring in Human Resource Management from Texas Woman’s University.
Stacy joined Trinity Presbyterian Church of McKinney Texas as a Pastoral Secretary on January of 2017. Aside from being the welcoming face at the church, Stacy ensures the functioning of church operations. She provides administrative support to the ministerial staff and coordinates projects between staff and volunteers.
Stacy met her husband, Anthony in 2007, and got married in June of 2013, together they have one child, Caleb. Stacy is a lifelong Presbyterian.
Barbara Williamson was hired in 2017 as Trinity’s first Graphic Designer after years of joyfully volunteering her professional graphic services to her church home. Barbara and her husband Ray have been active Trinity members for seven years.
Barbara graduated from the Baltimore Art Institute with graphic coursework at the University of Texas, Portland State University and the Maryland Institute of Art. With over 30 years of professional graphic design experience, Barbara retired from Maryland’s Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Senior Professional Staff in 2011 where she managed a group of 63 graphic artists, editors, desktop publishers web developers and exhibit specialists. Barbara is also a fine artist and loves to visually represent the Word of God.