Scott Davis, Board Chair, is retired from a career as an entrepreneur and consultant in the areas of software and customer service. He was co-founder of the St. Louis Chapter of the ALS Association and has served on several not for profit boards. He joined the Humanitri Board in September 2013, assuming the role of Board President in November 2014. He and his wife Cheryl have three sons and six grandchildren and are members of Village Lutheran Church – Ladue.
Dr. Maria Spilker is a North Highland Consultant combining over a decade of experience in the field of HR and Industrial Organizational Psychology. She thrives at helping organizations in areas such as workforce planning, learning and development, talent management, and change management.
Courtney Manus is a civil practice attorney. She has served as an attorney for several non-profits for persons with disabilities, and she regularly mentors high school and undergraduate students seeking a career in the legal profession. Courtney (or Ms. Manus?) earned her M.A. degree from Washington University in St. Louis, and her J.D. degree from St. Louis University. She is a member of the Missouri Bar, the Bar Association of Missouri St. Louis, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Hasima Hajdini was born in Bosnia and has lived in the U.S. since 1999. She is a BSN at St. Louis Children’s Hospital with 31 years experience in nursing. Hasima holds nursing degrees in three countries. Hasima is a former client of Humanitri, 2010-2014. She serves as a Board member of Saint Martha’s Hall in addition to Humanitri.
Deborah Grupe has been Director of Youth Ministries at The Lutheran Church off the Atonement in Florissant for fifteen years. Prior to that, she worked at St. Louis County Library, and at Grace Chapel Lutheran School as school librarian. Deb has a B.S. in Secondary Education from Concordia Teachers College (now University), Nebraska, and is certified in Youth and Family Ministry through The Center for Youth Ministries/Wartburg Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. She is also an officer of the Metro St. Louis Coalition Youth board of directors.
Kelley Young is the Director of Finance & Administration with the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League in St. Louis, Missouri. She has 13+ years of experience in the non-profit sector. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Women’s Leadership Institute.
Sharon Rohrbach is a Registered Nurse the Founder/President of Dynamic Change, LLC, an organizational consulting company serving non-profit agencies across the nation. She is the Co-Founder and past CEO of Nurses for Newborns Foundation with offices in St. Louis, Missouri and Nashville, Tennessee. She has served as a Board Member for Charitable Foundations and local and national non-profit organizations.
Scott Homan earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Washington University and served three years as a Navy Civil Engineer Corps officer. He earned an MBA at the University of Missouri and pursued a 38 year career in manufacturing where he retired as Executive Vice President of Business Planning and Development. Scott and his wife, Christine, actively and significantly support their church and seven nonprofit agencies, including Humanitri.
Jon Graf is a Certified Financial Planner™ professional and Wealth Advisor at Thrivent Financial, a Fortune 500 not-for-profit financial services organization. He is a member of the Financial Planning Association and Investment Management Consultants Association®, and volunteers with a variety of organizations throughout the St. Louis area.
Kevin Golden is senior pastor at Village Lutheran Church in Ladue, Missouri. He has earned a PhD in exegetical theology and has been a guest instructor at seminaries and has lectured internationally. He has served on various boards within the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and in the community.