President, United Way of Central Louisiana. Began February, 1997. During this time also served as an adjunct professor for LSU-Shreveport in the master’s program for Human Services Administration.
Metro United Way, Louisville, KY – Director of Planning and Research, Nov 1990-
Feb 1997. During this time, also served as Interim Professor for the University of Louisville, teaching undergraduate sociology and “Program Design and Evaluation” in the Kent School of Social Work for MSW students.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary – 1983-1990
- Director of Admissions & Student Records
- Adjunct Professor in Church and Community
- Director of Research for the Dehoney Center for the Study of the Local Church.
Bachelor of Arts, Louisiana State University: 1976
Master of Divinity, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: 1980
Graduate Studies, University of Michigan’s Institute for Survey Research: 1982
Doctor of Philosophy, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: 1985
Published several articles on topics such as urban church growth, computers in the church, outcome measurement and other issues in human services. In addition, compiled a 4-volume demographic analysis of the Louisville metro area by neighborhood using 1990 census data.
Chaired the boards of Dubuis Healthcare System, Louisiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Central Louisiana Community Foundation, Renaissance Home for Youth, Kent Plantation House, and others.