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For the past 25 years, Julie has been a visionary strategist and communication specialist. After graduating with a degree in journalism from Boston University, she landed the highly competitive job as an NBC Page in New York City, the same year she became a follower of Christ through the ministry of Redeemer Presbyterian Church. She spent 13 years as a start-up team builder with Priority Associates, a ministry of CRU, and helped launch Revolve, a national tour and conference for teenage girls, which attracted over 38,000 attendees in its first season. In her role as President of Women Doing Well, she gets to engage her passion for women and leadership with her purpose “cultivating change.” Julie and her husband, Gary, live in Richmond, Virginia, with their daughter, Ella.
Janice C. Worth is President of Anushka, Inc., and has had numerous entrepreneurial endeavors including international retailing and mass marketing on QVC and Infomercials. In 2004, she sold her companies to Advanced Aesthetics Inc. and served as Senior Vice President and Director of Aesthetic Market Expansion. Today, her spa business includes a facility in the Palm Beaches, and a consulting business, which runs country club spas. She is on the board of Generous Giving and the National Christian Foundation New York affiliate, Global Ambassador of the We Want More Ministry, as well as the advisory board of New York City RUF Ministry and involved with Redeemer City to City. She has a a son in college and her purpose statement is “expanding territory.”
Mary Tomlinson is a high-energy motivator who is passionate about encouraging individuals and implementing change. With over 40 years of corporate and consulting experience, including 18 years at Disney, she has a real-world perspective on business and life. As president of On-Purpose Partners, Mary works with businesses, non-profits and individuals, helping each achieve greater purpose and focus. She lives in Wake Forest, N.C., with her husband and is a happy “Mimi” to four grandchildren. Her purpose statement is “inspiring hope.”
Kim King served as an attorney and manager in the law department of Exxon Mobil Corporation for over thirty years. She is now pursuing writing and other interests and lives in Houston with her four-legged roommate, Callie. She has served on the boards of various ministries. She loves to learn, write, and teach. Her first book, When Women Give, was released by InterVarsity Press in August 2017. Kim is passionate about helping women fulfill their purpose to the glory of God. Her purpose statement is “bringing clarity.”
Tami Kaiser is a strategic and enthusiastic leader, retired from her “first career” as a human resources executive in the hospitality industry. In her “encore career,” she is intent on leveraging her purpose, gifts and experience into work that benefits the Kingdom through civic, church and ministry leadership. She lives with her husband in Orlando, Fla., Tami’s purpose statement is “building confidence.”
Idella spent 32 years with J. D. Edwards (Oracle), a software company giving customers greater control of their business with solutions that adapt to changing business requirements. There she served in various executive leadership roles in areas including customer service, accounting, training, translation and documentation and marketing. In her last position as Vice President, she was responsible for the Customer Advocacy, Global Support Services and Customer Relationship Management teams. She also served on the board of directors of the Independent User Group and served as Chair of the J. D. Edwards Foundation Board. Today, Idella is active in her community and serves on the boards of Thrive and National Christian Foundation Colorado. Idella is the proud mother of two children and four grandchildren. Her two-word purpose statement is “inspiring joy.”
Ann McKusick has served as a non-profit executive in development and stewardship with World Vision, Fuller Theological Seminary and National Christian Foundation, as a consultant to Christian foundations and ministries through Giving Ventures and as a volunteer board member. She is the founder of World Vision’s national program, Women of Vision, and a founding partner of Women Doing Well, LLC. Ann lives in Pasadena, California, with her husband, Richard. Her purpose statement “awakening purpose.”
Mary serves as Women Doing Well’s Vice President, Experiences and Volunteer Growth. She leads a team that creates transformational experiences and grows partnerships. Mary joined WDW in 2014 and has worked closely with city leaders to bring the Signature Event to their communities, using a proven model for creating a transformational one-day experience. Her passion for reaching women, growing their leadership and generosity has equipped her to serve volunteers as they engage and grow within Women Doing Well. Mary is a lifelong learner with experience in managing events, content and story development, volunteer care and systems implementation. She and her husband, Bryan, live in Chattanooga, Tennessee with their three children where they enjoy the beauty of God’s creation in the nature around them. Her two word purpose statement is ‘Providing Assurance.’
Igniting prayer and seeing God move in significant ways is what fuels Suzanne Chrisman. She believes in the power of prayer and has a passion to pray for God’s heartbeat of generosity to move across our nation. With more than 16 years experience in prayer leadership, Suzanne has served with organizations such as Moms in Prayer, National Day of Prayer, and National Christian Foundation Colorado as their Chief Prayer Officer. She is a Texas Tech alum and has prior education and experience in hospitality management. She and her husband have three children and currently reside in Kitty Hawk, NC. Suzanne’s purpose statement is “encouraging faith.”
Donna Schumell’s greatest joy comes from helping women to reach their highest potential and to experience abundance in work and life. As the CMO of Redefining Wealth for Women, she has elevated the wealth and leadership capabilities of women and men in industries within the corporate world, small businesses, and entrepreneurial enterprises. Donna’s approach is tactical, practical and heart-focused. Her style is direct, humorous, and results-focused. She and her husband Bill live in the booming metropolis of North Lake, Wisconsin. They have one cherished son, Josh. Donna’s purpose statement is “inspiring hope.”
Emily brings a variety of skills to the Women Doing Well team. With a background in marketing, non-profit fundraising and entrepreneurship, Emily brings 10 years of experience to the team.
Her adventures prior to joining Women Doing Well include serving as partner and CMO of an NYC-based financial start-up and working as Associate Director of Generosity at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. When not creating content, or cultivating generosity, you will likely find her traveling, enjoying the outdoors or searching for a perfect cup of coffee. Emily holds degrees from University of Oxford, UK (MBA, 2013) and Princeton University (Behavioral Decision Making, Psychology, 2006).
Terra Seidel is a joyful and innovative leader in the nonprofit and philanthropic arena, currently serving as the Director, Volunteer Growth & Partnerships with Women Doing Well. She has more than twenty years of experience serving in major gift development and organizational management including American Bible Society, Educational Media Foundation, and the National Christian Foundation. She has served on numerous boards and committees at the local & national level and was recently honored with the Spirit of Philanthropy Award from Indiana University.
Terra is a Certified Fund Raising Executive with a Master of Arts Degree in Philanthropic Studies and a Non-Profit Management Certificate from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biblical Studies from Calvary University in Kansas City.
Terra’s strong desire is to promote efforts that assist in bringing God’s word and His love to others. She is a tireless connector of people.
With a passion for generosity and engaging women to live their best “get-to” lives, Amy brings more than 20 years of volunteer leadership and engagement. With a degree in Fashion and Merchandising from Texas Christian University and a love of beauty and hospitality, she currently runs her own luxury gifts and tableware business and works part-time with Women Doing Well. Her prior work includes training and directing more than 200 volunteers annually in her role as Preschool Director for a 7,000 member church and small group leadership with multiple global ministries. Amy and her husband Mike live in Tampa, Florida and together they have a blended family with three adult children, a teenager, and one grandchild.
Corinne Spurrier brings a wealth of experience in both the private and nonprofit sectors. With a 12-year career in marketing and graphic design, Corinne designed corporate identities for Fortune 500 companies, worked on new product development and packaging, and led strategic market analysis.
Matching her skills with her passion to end human trafficking and other injustices, Corinne has volunteered her expertise with churches, charities, and nonprofits such as First Resort (San Francisco), AVAIL (NYC), Generosity New York, and Next Generation Nepal. Corinne has a particular gifting for event planning, chairing 800-person galas and helping organizations grow their fundraising events. Corinne is an advocate for generosity to better support nonprofit organizations and hopes for a day when funds will be funneled toward preventing abuse and trafficking, instead of fixing it.
Laurie is the Chief Strategy Officer at the National Christian Foundation South Florida where she sees hearts and lives changed every day through the joy of generosity. A member of the South Florida Executive Team, Laurie leads the staff dedicated to offering creative solutions and tax-smart strategies across all the regions in Southeast and Southwest Florida. Her team helps people give more efficiently and make the biggest possible impact in the areas of their greatest passion.
Laurie has a 20+ year track record in the corporate world as a former American Express executive and CPA with Deloitte. Prior to joining NCF South Florida, Laurie was head of American Express Consumer Travel, a $3.6B division with over 2000 people focused on delivering frontline sales and excellent service to Platinum and Centurion customers. In this role, Laurie explored her personal passion for travel and fell in love with Cambodia, its people and the Sala Bai Hotel School. In 2014, Laurie co-founded Support Sala Bai, an innovative community taking a stand against human trafficking through education and employment in the tourism and hospitality industry. Laurie also serves on the Board of the National Christian Foundation South Florida, Sheridan House Family Ministries and is the Treasurer of StrikeForce 421, the first women’s giving circle in South Florida. She is the proud mom of two sons, loves to travel, go on missions and serve others in need around the world.
Eric Storey has spent a career promoting the professional success and advancement of women in corporate settings, having held senior-level roles in Fortune 100 firms. He has a heart for generosity and encouraging those to give in any way that he can. With three adult daughters and a young granddaughter, he continues to promote opportunities for women in business, academics, and athletics.
Eric is an industry-leading sales and operations strategist with over 25 years of experience improving operations in various industries including Financial Services, Insurance and Healthcare and building strong sales and operations teams in each of these industries. He is currently the Chief Revenue Officer at Strongbow Consulting, a technology consulting firm that advises Fortune 100 CIOs on technology modernization. He is a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania and holds several technology, outsourcing, lean six sigma and project management designations. Eric’s initial board position for a non-profit was for 6 years on the board of Veterans’ Outreach Center (VOC) based in Rochester, NY. VOC is the oldest organization dedicated to the reintegration of veterans returning home from combat deployment and lending support to their families.
Eric splits his time between New York City where he volunteers for Generosity New York and attends Redeemer Lincoln Square and Palm Beach Gardens, Florida where he is on the board of National Christian Foundation South Florida (Palm Beach) and attends Truthpoint Church.