Our Staff

Mary Phillips, Office Manager

Mary is the Office Manager at Insight Eyecare, and the spouse of Dr. Phillips.  She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, where she earned her B.S. in Business Administration in 2002.  In 2010, she received her certification to teach K-6th grade through Lincoln Memorial University.  

She loves spending time with her family and traveling to new places.  Mary also enjoys watching the Vols, and likes to play tennis in her spare time.

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Taleah Crass, Licensed Optician

Taleah is a graduate of Roane State Community College, where she earned her associates degree in Applied Sciences.  She graduated from the Opticianry program in 2012 and shortly after became a licensed Optician.

She has been married to her husband, Devon, for 3 years and lives in Oliver Springs.  Taleah loves basketball and is a University of Kentucky fanatic!

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Whitney Quillen, Technician/Optician

 Whitney is attending Roane State Community College where she is enrolled in the Opticianry Program. She will be graduating in the spring of 2016 with her associates degree in Applied Sciences.

She was recently married to her husband, Brandon. Whitney loves spending time with family and spending her free time outdoors.

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