ICS Board of Trustees
W. Lance Covan, Mobile, Alabama, Chair, Development CommitteePresident, The Firmitas Group and Jubilee Capital Partners
Lance has most recently served as the president and chief executive officer of the New York Foundation for Leadership at The King's College in New York City. Within the last year Covan has founded two companies. The Firmitas Group LLC focuses exclusively on fund raising and marketing services for non-profit and for profit organizations, and Jubilee Capital Partners LLC, which concentrates on private capital placement for hedge funds, private equity funds and fund of funds. Prior to The King's College, Lance enjoyed a wide range of experience in philanthropic gift and estate planning, fundraising and marketing. Mr. Covan led an initiative at the University of Alabama to secure $150 million in funding and served as the director of leadership gifts at the University of Alabama, concentrating on top-tier philanthropic gifts. Outside the world of higher education, Mr. Covan has also worked with and consulted for the Salvation Army, the American Red Cross and International Professional Resources for China. He has designed and implemented development and marketing platforms for each of these organizations. Mr. Covan has successfully raised capital for venture and private equity funds in industries that include renewable solar energy, real estate acquisition and development, banking and manufacturing. Mr. Covan has served and currently serves on the board of directors for various foreign and domestic non-profit organizations and foundations. Lance speaks Mandarin Chinese and completed a postgraduate program at Sichuan Union University in Chengdu, China. Lance also studied at two of China's most famous universities in Beijing and Shanghai. Covan has also earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Lance and his wife Shellie are natives of Mobile, Alabama, where they currently reside. They have a 3-year-old son named Pryor and a baby born in December, 2010.
Greg Enas, Indianapolis,Indiana, Vice Chair
Greg Enas grew up in Berkeley, California in the 60’s and moved to Modesto, California mid-way through his sophomore year at Berkeley High School. After graduation from Grace Davis High School in 1974, he earned a Mathematical Sciences (Cum Laude) degree at Biola College in La Mirada, California (1978) and a PhD in Biostatistics from the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University (1982). He immediately joined Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana and served in various leadership roles as global leader for statistical and Mathematical Sciences, Decision Sciences, and finally as Senior Director for Regulatory Affairs for the diabetes drug development enterprise. In January 2011 he joined FaegreBD Consulting as a Senior Advisor where he presently serves.
Greg and Kim, married since 1986, have three sons. Chris graduated from Grove City College in 2010 and lives in Chicago, Illinois working as a valuation analyst for a business appraisal firm. Bryan and Doug are students at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Kim is a hospice volunteer with a local hospital amongst other initiatives.
Greg serves as Finance committee chairman for the Board of Directors with Harrison Center for the Arts (Indianapolis). He is founding chairman of the board of The Oaks Academy, a classical, Christian school in inner-city Indianapolis and currently serves as chairman of the board's Mission Committee. Greg is also an advisor to small for-profit and not-for-profit enterprises. Greg has served in various leadership and pastoral roles at local churches. Greg's interests reside within the context of urban transformation, locally and globally, with specific emphasis in education, arts and music, emerging leadership, and institutional restoration.
Lindsay Hutter, Alexandria, Virginia, Past ChairGlobal Change and Internal Communications Practice Director/SVP, Hill & Knowlton Internai Communications
Lindsay serves as the global practice leader for Hill & Knowlton's change and internal communications practice. Lindsay also leads Hill & Knowlton's internal communications program for the firm's nearly 3,000 employees.
Lindsay has extensive experience across the global economy's key sectors including defense, finance, healthcare, technology and retail, and direct experience leading change communications programs around corporate transformations, mergers and acquisitions and leadership changes. She and her colleagues in H&K's US C&IC practice counsel a number of Fortune 100 companies and provide full outsourcing of employee communications programs to clients in multiple sectors.
Active in civic affairs in Alexandria and Northern Virginia, Lindsay is a Circle of 1000 member of The Campagna Center and leads a jobs communication ministry program with The Falls Church's Job's Ministry. She currently serves on the Board of The Institute for Classical Schools and is a past Board member of Board of the Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from the University of Kansas and a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from Northwestern University. Lindsay resides in Alexandria, Virginia.
Robin R. King, Bethesda, Maryland, Chair
Mr. King has over 20 years of senior-level organizational management experience directing strategy-led, national organizations in public-issue communications, public-private partnerships, government relations, and brand strategy for organizational growth. His experience and skills include developing strategic plans and moving major issues though channels including media, government, academia, industry, and public forums.
He headed HHS External Affairs and served as international trade adviser to US Dept. of Commerce during the Bush administration. He was communications director for the NASDAQ Stock Market, director for the NASDAQ Educational Foundation and PR director for FINRA during the Clinton administration. He was Vice President at the Aluminum Association over Government Affairs, Programs and Communications. He has managed large staffs over 200 employees and budgets of over $200 million.
He serves on the board of the C.S. Lewis Institute, and is Teaching Director for the DC Community Bible Study. He has served as board member and President of the Fourth Presbyterian School in Potomac, Maryland. He holds BA Communications from Sam Houston State, Texas, and is a CAE of the American Society of Association Executives. He and wife Carol have two children and live in Bethesda, Maryland.
John Stein, Birmingham, Alabama, TreasurerChairman and CEO, National Alabama Corporation
Mr. Stein is currently Chairman and CEO of National Alabama Corporation, a railcar manufacturer located in northwest Alabama. He is also a founding principal of Fidelis Capital, an SEC registered investment advisor based in Birmingham. From 1996 to 1998, Mr. Stein co-founded and was Co-Managing Partner of Petra Capital LLC, a private subordinated debt fund based in Nashville providing growth capital to small businesses. At Petra, Mr. Stein’s responsibilities included managing day-to-day operations of the firm, marketing, originating new loans, performing due diligence, and overseeing portfolio companies. Previously, Mr. Stein has previously served for 11 years in various roles in investment and corporate finance.
Mr. Stein is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Raycom Media, a broadcast company that owns and/or operates 46 television stations in 36 markets and 18 states. He is also a Board member of Wise Metals Group, the world's third-leading producer of aluminum can stock for the beverage and food industries as well as the Chairman of IntraMicron, Inc., a company formed to commercialize the technology of a chemical engineering professor at Auburn University.
Since 2003, Mr. Stein has served on the Board at Westminster School at Oak Mountain, a classical Christian school in Birmingham, Alabama. He has a passionate commitment to classical Christian education and has chaired various school committees. He has been married to Kristi for 20 years and has two sons, Jack (13, 7th grade) and Nathan (12, 5th grade), who have attended Westminster since Kindergarten.
Mr. Stein received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, an MBA from Auburn University at Montgomery, and a BS in Business Administration from Auburn University. Mr. Stein is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Cynthia (Cindie) Vincent, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, SecretaryDirector of Employee and Organizational Development, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
In this capacity for 10 years, she focuses on new program development and administration with special emphasis on leadership development programs, innovative delivery methods and employee communications. She has 23 years in public higher education administration in Massachusetts, focusing on non-credit course and seminar development, executive administration and student support.
She has more than 30 years of following Jesus Christ, serving the body in Christian education, youth leadership, girls programming, music ministry and mentoring teenagers. She has been married to Christopher for 29 years with two adult children. She holds a B.A. in English from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Dr. Luder Whitlock, Orlando, FloridaPresident, Excelsis
Dr. Whitlock joined the faculty of Reformed Theological Seminary (RTS) in 1975 and, at the age of 37, was appointed president, a position he held for 23 years. Under his leadership, RTS grew from a small regional school to one of the most innovative as well as one of the ten largest seminaries in North America with multiple campuses in the US as well as gateway extension programs in Asia, South America, and Europe.
He has served on many Boards to further theological education, to expand church planting efforts, and to bring mutual understanding and cooperation within the worldwide evangelical community. He was also co-founder and co-president of the International Reformed Fellowship then later assumed a major role in the establishment of the World Reformed Fellowship, also serving as convener for the initial global gathering. He participated in founding the Foundation for Reformation, now Excelsis. He also helped establish the Greater Orlando Leadership Foundation, a highly successful model for training emerging leaders in a city.
Dr. Whitlock served as the executive director of Trinity Forum from 2003 to early 2008. He is well known for his role as executive director of The New Geneva Study Bible and a major revision, published as The Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible. He is the author of The Spiritual Quest and has contributed to more than ten other volumes and over fifteen different periodicals.
Dr. Whitlock is a graduate of the University of Florida, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Vanderbilt University. He and his wife, Mary Lou, have three grown children and eleven grandchildren.
Dean Luckenbaugh, Leesburg, Virginia, Executive Director
Dean Luckenbaugh serves as President/Head of School of Ad Fontes Academy in Centreville, Virginia. From 2003 to 2007, Dean served as president of Veritas Classical Christian School in Richmond, Virginia. In 1998, Dean and his wife, Robin, initiated the idea of Veritas. Dean chaired the founding Steering Committee and served as Chair of the Board of Directors until his appointment as President. Dean holds a B.S.B.A. in Marketing and Management from the University of Richmond. Dean previously served 13 years as an executive with the YMCA of Greater Richmond. As the Executive Director of the Institute for Classical Schools, Dean is responsible for strategic direction and Board Development, leadership recruitment and financial development. Dean and his wife Robin live in Leesburg, Virginia with their three children, Rachel, Joshua and Jacob.
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