St. George’s Scholar Institute’s Board of Directors is comprised of a compassionate and dedicated group of individuals who are interested in doing whatever it takes to help change children’s lives for the better.
St. George’s is seeking motivated individuals who are interested in providing governance and assist with the leadership and general promotion of St. George’s Scholar Institute’s mission and needs. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, providing; organizational leadership and advisement, financial management, including adoption and oversight of the annual budget, evaluation and development of key personnel, promotion of the organization, and fundraising and outreach.
For more information, contact Arthur Cox, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Enterprise Transformation Lead (Retail Business Transformation Team)
St. George’s Scholar Institute has been a pillar of our community for over 50 years. The founding location was within walking distance of my grandmother Charlye Mae & James Trowell’s home located off 22nd & Oak Street. My family would often use the gym to host holiday celebrations, birthdays, and I felt a connection to St. George’s before I even joined the Board. In 2014, as a participant of the Leadership Louisville Center’s Ignite Program, I got the opportunity to meet Executive Director Arthur Cox and learn more about St. George’s as one of the program contestants. I learned more about the mission, the work being done to embrace, educate, and empower our youth and jumped at the opportunity to do more work in the same community that helped raise me.
Vanguard Cleaning Systems of Louisville
After moving to Louisville 11 years ago, we have been welcomed and supported by many people. My business success and families happiness would not have been possible without our community. I want to give back to those in need in our community to return this generosity. St. George’s is a perfect fit for me because it is directly helping underserved students achieve their goals and full potential. I have enjoyed the past 2.5 years of working with our talented students, staff and other board members. A wonderful, inspiring group of Louisville people!
Denton Bingham Greenebaum, LLP
Senior Managing Associate
I believe St. George’s Scholar Institute provides invaluable life lessons and scholarly guidance to young men and women in Louisville, particularly Black K through 12th grade students who face life obstacles due to no fault of their own. I feel compelled to help these young people have confidence in their future and ample opportunity for success. I could not find better partners and colleagues than with the board of directors and staff of St. George’s.
The Rawlings Company
Audit Recovery Support Manager
I was born and raised in the West End of Louisville and feel that St. George’s Scholar Institute helps me ensure that children get the opportunities that they need to be successful in school and in life. Having attended Louisville Central High, and the University of Louisville, I understand some of the obstacles that our youth can encounter while balancing the demands at home and at school. I have served for almost 15 years and can’t be any more proud of the impact that we have had in our community.
Krista Drescher-Burke, PhD, MSW
Jefferson County Public Schools
Diversity, Equity, and Poverty Programs Division
I first encountered St. George’s through my work with JCPS. The intentionality of the mission and the dedication of the Board make the place move forward. The staff, though, are the reason I want to stay on the Board. They believe in the kids. They love them, and they develop programs that will set the kids up for a successful life. I’m couldn’t be prouder of SGSI! I look forward to continued work with SGSI.
Yum! Brands, KFC
US Control Analyst
I am new to the board, but what drew me to St. George’s Scholar Institute was that not only can I use my accounting background as a licensed CPA to help SGSI, but also have a direct impact in empowering youth. St. George’s Scholar Institute amazed me with the youth programs offered that consider a wide array of students’ interests and backgrounds, from the Urban Arts Institute that supports entrepreneurship to the Always Sister mentoring project. I am excited to embark on this new journey with SGSI.
Sunflower State Health Plan, Inc.
Vice President, Compliance Officer and Privacy Officer
David Henley is the Vice President, Compliance Officer and Privacy Officer at Sunflower State Health Plan, Inc. (Sunflower), which is a Centene Corporation health plan. In these roles, Mr. Henley is responsible for the strategic vision and management of Sunflower’s compliance, risk management, and privacy programs. Mr. Henley ensures that Sunflower has an effective compliance program, collaborates with leaders to implement an enterprise risk strategy, and oversees privacy policies and processes that ensure the safe use and disclosure of protected health information.
Over his career, Mr. Henley has had roles in both the private and public sectors. Mr. Henley was the Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, Risk Management Leader, and Culture Leader at Passport Health Plan (Passport), a Managing Associate General Counsel for Anthem, Inc. (Anthem), and a Lead Market Conduct Examiner for the Missouri Department of Insurance. In addition, Mr. Henley served with the United States Army, as a Captain in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
Mr. Henley serves on the following boards: Health Enterprises Network (he served as Chair of the Board from January 2019 to December 2020), OneWest, and St. George’s Scholar Institute. David also volunteers at Volunteers of America. In addition, he is a Founder of the West End Business Association located in Louisville, Kentucky.
Mr. Henley is licensed to practice law in Kentucky, Missouri, and Nebraska. He is certified as a Corporate Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP), a Certified Healthcare Insurance Executive (CHIE), a Certified Healthcare Privacy Compliance professional (CHPC), and a Fellow, Life Management Institute (FLMI).
Raytheon Technologies Corporation
Material Program Manager
Recently Joined Louisville Native drawn to St. George Scholar Institute because of its Vision, Mission, and Impact on the Urban Community.
SGSI Board Member
For the last decade, I have worked in Louisville as an attorney, previously serving as a Guardian ad Litem representing children’s interests in court, and now as a child abuse prosecutor. It is an absolute privilege to have the opportunity to work with and for kids in our Louisville community both through the family court system and my involvement with SGSI.
The Rev. Dr. Dru Kemp
SGSI Board Member
Dru Kemp is a clinical social worker in private practice and teaches part-time at the Kent School of Social Work at University of Louisville. She is also an Episcopal deacon serving part-time for the Diocese of Kentucky. She has, with gratitude, been on St. George’s Scholar Institute board for ten years. She continues to be excited about the growth of the outreach to youth who have many challenges and to see the miracles that happen in the lives of the youth who overcome obstacles to graduate, go on to higher education, and vocations in communication skills and become the leaders of tomorrow.
SGSI Board Member
Supporting SGSI is important to me based on the values of educating youth and providing mentors to help them fulfill their potential. I am inspired by the volunteers and staff who are so dedicated to these values, that they devote many hours of their time to educating and mentoring the young women and men involved in St. George’s Scholar Institute.
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