Steve is the Bishop of the Diocese of the Carolinas for the Anglican Church in North America and Rector of St. Andrew's Church in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, the largest Anglican church in South Carolina. Under Steve's leadership, St. Andrew's has grown to over 3,500 members while also establishing two church plants, including City Church in downtown Charleston and St. Andrew's Goose Creek, as well as The Ridley Institute, a school of theology that equips Christian leaders in the marketplace. Steve served as an original advisor for Alpha, a course experienced by millions worldwide that offers a practical introduction to the Christian faith and is employed by hundreds of churches spanning denominations. He is a graduate of Cleveland State University and Virginia Theological Seminary and is currently pursuing doctoral studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.
Bob is the co-founder and president of BBDK, a multidisciplinary studio based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. As an expert in design and brand strategy, Bob has extensive experience collaborating with a network of graphic and product designers, architects, programmers, and photographers worldwide. Bob is also the former Vice President of Design and Marketing for Nambé. During Bob's tenure, Nambé became one of the most registered bridal gifts in America, and products were accepted into the permanent collections of some 25 museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in both New York and San Francisco, the International Museum of Design in London, and the Living Design Museum in Tokyo. Bob is a graduate of Southern Methodist University.
Lee Ann Rummell
Lee Ann is the Chairperson of Christian Healing Ministries (CHM) in Jacksonville, Florida, an organization founded by Francis and Judith MacNutt, pioneers of an ecumenical spiritual renewal movement. CHM is a world-renowned leader in equipping and serving people in the areas of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing through the practice of prayer. In her executive role at CHM, Lee Ann provides advisory leadership in management, fundraising, and administration as well as instruction in the four levels of the School of Healing Prayer. Lee Ann studied at Florida Atlantic University and has worked in the fashion industry as a model represented by the Ford Agency; she was Ford’s first petite model and was featured on the cover of Seventeen as well as in numerous national print ad campaigns.
Karen Baxter Rodman
Karen Baxter Rodman (1956-2012) was a founding member of the Board of Directors. The former CEO and Executive Director of the International Psoriasis Council, Karen had over 20 years of experience in non-profit management, marketing, and development. She raised support for international, national, state and local non-profit agencies as well as permanent endowment for The Dallas Foundation. In addition, Karen was the Executive Director of the Redman Family Foundation for ten years and the founder and initial director of Dallas Social Venture Partners, a venture capital fund for social purpose. In 2003, she founded Philanthropic Strategy Group, a consulting group focused on non-profit capacity building. Karen studied biology at the University of Texas and received a fellowship to the inaugural class at Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders.