Children’s Jubilee Fund Governance
An independent Board of Directors governs the work of the Children’s Jubilee Fund. The Board consists of a minimum of 7 members and a maximum of 13 members. Board members will represent, as far as possible, corporate/business, foundation, and church constituencies, as well as Afro-American, Asian, Hispanic, and White ethnic communities. Their primary role will be to oversee the custody and disbursing of the scholarship funds with integrity, efficacy and cultural understanding.
Board members’ qualifications:
Committed to and knowledgeable regarding Christian education.
Committed to urban work and ministry to youth.
Exhibit a strong personal relationship to Jesus Christ.
Have a good reputation inside and outside the church for wisdom, integrity and faithfulness.
Not hold an executive position, directly or indirectly, in a Member School.
Provide some specific role or capacity, which will benefit the work of the Board.
Board members subscribe to the Statement of Faith of the Foundation and agree to operate under the charter and by-laws (available upon request).
Board of Directors
Ms. Dorothy Boersma Office Manager, Tenth Presbyterian Church
Mrs. Barrie Jones Marketing and Design
Mrs. Mary Krispin Registered Nurse (retired)
Mr. Ivan Massanga CEO, Precept Technologies
Mrs. Rebekah Palmer Homemaker/Home Educator
Dr. James C. Petty Executive Director, Children’s Jubilee Fund
Mr. Gordon Pfeil Workplace Consultant, Corporate Interiors
Mr. Randolph E. Richardson, Sr. Cargo Checker, Holt Shipping Company
Milton Velez, Esq. Attorney
Mrs.Olga Velez Teacher, Philadelphia Public Schools
Ms. Deidre D. Wright Teacher, School District of Springfield Township Mr. Donald M. Spooner Executive, Nat’l Labor Relations Board, Retired
Advisors to Children’s Jubilee Fund
Robert Arthur Cooke and Bieler (retired)
Bonnie Camarda Director of Partnerships, Salvation Army, Philadelphia
Robert Cinberg CPA, PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Wilson Goode Executive Director, The Amachi Program, Mayor of Philadelphia (retired)
George Gunn CEO (retired) Acts Retirement – Life Communities, Inc.
Bradley Palmer Cross Street Capital