JO ANNE ARNETT
Jo Anne Arnett is President and Co-Founder of Tallahassee Christian College & Training Center. It is her desire to be fully available to the Lord; to allow Him to live and move through her in a way that will bring Him honor; to let Him choose the “what, when, where, and how” of her life; and to be rightly related to others. Jo Anne serves on the Board of Directors of Mission Tallahassee, and Pray Tallahassee. She is an active member of her church, Prayer Coordinator for the U.S. Strategic Prayer Network, and a member of the Tallahassee Pastor’s Council. She is married to Joe, and has two children and five grandchildren.
Todd Acker is the owner, technical director, and senior chemist at Ackuritlabs, Inc. and Aqua Systems of Tallahassee. He earned a BS degree in biology and chemistry from FSU and started Ackuritlabs, Inc. in 1991. Ackuritlabs, Inc. is a Florida State Certified environmental testing laboratory that has earned National Accreditation #E81350. Todd is also a graduate of the FSU College of Business JMI small business executive program. He is an active member of Seminole Baptist Church and served on the Board of Directors of the Wakulla Christian School that provides pre K through high school education. Todd is married to Kathi and they have one son and three grandchildren.
Donald R. “Ray” Bardill, Ph.D., joined the faculty of TCCTC in 2017. He brings the experience of a full career in teaching, research and oversight of social work as a discipline and clinical practice in social work services to individuals, couples, families, and groups. He is professor emeritus in the School of Social Work at Florida State University, where he also served as dean for 15 years. Dr. Bardill’s long history of service to the community is capped by his appointment to the National Commission on Child and Family Welfare by the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Interspersed among his extensive academic writings on family are those in faith-based publications: “Basic Values for Family Living”, in The Lutheran Woman’s Quarterly; “Christ-Centered Fathering”, and “Father as Spiritual Leader” in Reconnections; and his book, “Thank God I’m a Teenager” for Augsburg Press.
Dubbed the “Queen Bee of Networking” by the Orlando Sentinel, Sheri McInvale often rallies people and organizations around a cause through skilled consensus building and seeking out win-win solutions. McInvale’s accomplishments in the nonprofit world and her stellar reputation for relationship building led her to the state capitol to serve two successful terms as a state legislator. She also recently served as chair of Brewfest, an annual fundraiser for the Tallahassee Sunrise Rotary Club. Now she puts that same networking know-how to work in the private sector, generating catering sales for 4Rivers Smokehouse here in Tallahassee.
Emily Moore, J.D., earned her B.A. at Agnes Scott College and her J.D. at Florida State University College of Law. Emily has worked with the Florida Division of Retirement, Florida Department of Management Services, Office of the General Counsel; the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, Office of the Secretary; the Florida Department of Business Regulation; and the Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities. She serves as Staff Counsel with the Florida Education Association, Legal Services Department.
Joyce received her B.S. degree in Business from Florida State University, her M.B.A. from Baker College Center for Graduate Students in Flint, MI, and her Ph.D. from Walden University, School of Public Policy and Administration in Minneapolis, MN. She has held positions with the Department of Management Services (Division of Retirement and the Office of the Inspector General), and also worked for H&R Block, and Allied Department Stores. She was a Steering Committee Member of the ARENA Technology Learning and Resource Center, on the Board of Directors of Bond Community Health Center, and on the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Capital Improvements Review Team. Honors and Awards include Golden Key International Honour Society, Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration, and a two-time recipient of the Davis Productivity Award for cost savings and efficiency.
With over 30 years in Banking and Government Administration, Marty Stubblefield is a recognized Executive Business & Government Leader, Consultant, Speaker and Ministry Partner. Since 1997, Marty has been writing the Great Day Addendum daily devotion, which has a few thousand subscribers across the country and internationally (www.oldlazydog.com). He is also the founding coach of the Tallahassee Storm, a Middle School and High School girls travel basketball program. He is married to the former Amy Hutto and they have three college and high school age daughters – Ellie, Abbie and Sarah Grace; and two Labradoodles – Charlie & Molly. Marty’s hope is to challenge us go deeper in our faith walk, see God at work in the world around us, and to put our faith to work to make a difference in our little part of the world.
W. FREDERICK THOMSON
Fred, a CPA, managed a Public Accounting practice in Tallahassee for many years. He specialized in forensic accounting, particularly in the area of family law, and personal financial planning services. He was designated a Personal Financial Specialist and Accredited in Business Valuation by the AICPA. He holds the designation as a Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator and is an Accredited Estate Planner by the NAEPC. Formerly he was a Certified Biblical Conciliator as designated by Peacemaker Ministries. He operates Thomson Consulting which primarily provides estate planning, personal financial planning and consulting services. Fred has served on the Board of Directors and been President of Easter Seals of Tallahassee, Tallahassee Chapter of the American Red Cross, Live the Life Ministries in Tallahassee, and the Community Foundation of North Florida. He currently serves on the Board of A Women’s Pregnancy Center in Tallahassee. Fred is on the teaching faculty at Wildwood Church (PCA) and Tallahassee Christian College & Training Center. In addition to Biblical instruction, his special areas of interest include community spiritual transformation, restoration of covenant marriage, biblical conflict resolution, mentoring younger men, and providing biblical financial counsel.
IVEY WILLIAMS III
Pastor Ivey Williams, B.S., earned his degree in Speech Communications from FSU. He is a Counselor/Advisor and Coordinator for the Florida College Preparatory Program (C-PREP) at Florida A & M University, and is ordained in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, and in The Redeemed Christian Church of God (Lagos, Nigeria). He is the founding USA coordinator of The Throneroom Trust Prophetic Prayer Ministry of North America.
DARLENE HEINRICH (Ex-Officio)
Darlene Heinrich, Ph.D., earned her B.S. in Elementary Education at the State University of New York at Geneseo, her M.S. in Educational Research at Bucknell University, and her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at Florida State University. She also received a Diploma in Biblical Studies from Holmes College of the Bible. Darlene was the co-Founder and initial Director of Tallahassee Christian College & Training Center, and is currently serving as a Senior Management Analyst II in Planning and Evaluation for the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.