Board of Directors

Board Member: Kert Toler

Kert Toler is one of JMF’s newest board members! Kert loves to coach and play soccer, and enjoys both his time outdoors, and his time with family. Keep reading to find out why Kert joined JMF’s board, and why he continues to support our mission, “serving children of ALL abilities”.

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Board Member: Lisa Kayes

JMF board member, Lisa Kayes, is a former elementary school teacher with a love for cooking, traveling, and historical fiction. Lisa has been witness to the Joseph Maley Foundation’s inception and continued growth, and is passionate about the work that JMF is doing in the central Indiana community.

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JMF in Action: Board Member Tom Spreacker

Board member, Tom Spreacker, is a three-time JMF Chili Cook-Off champ; a Specialist Account Executive at Dell Technologies; and a lover of bee-keeping, boating, and the Joseph Maley Foundation. Tom shares a board seat with his wife, Lisa (read Lisa’s blog here), and has long supported JMF’s mission and programs. Keep reading to learn how Tom has witnessed JMF’s impact in action, over and over again.

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Planting Seeds: Board Member Lisa Spreacker

Board member Lisa Spreacker is a Clinical Database Testing Lead for Covance Central Laboratories, and sits on the JMF Board of Directors with her husband, Tom. She’s a lover of reading, quilting, and traveling – and JMF! Keep reading to hear the stories of impact that she has seen over her years with the Foundation:

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Board Member: Melissa Gee

Board member Melissa Gee has supported the Joseph Maley Foundation since its founding in 2008 – through her time volunteering for events and programs, and through her generous support as a local business owner. Melissa, a hairstylist of 18 years, and owner of Salon G in Zionsville, loves yoga, relaxing on the beach, and animals. She continues to give to JMF, year after year. Keep reading to learn why.

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Part of the Movement: Board Member Dan Kindler

JMF board member blogs are back! After a brief hiatus, we bring to you an interview with board member extraordinaire, (let’s be honest, they’re ALL extraordinary) Dan Kindler. Dan is a CPA with DeWitt & Shrader P.C., and enjoys golfing, playing tennis, and watching his favorite sports teams (go Hoosiers!). Keep reading to learn about Dan’s hopes for the future of JMF, and why he loves and supports our mission “serving children of ALL abilities”.

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A Positive Change – Board Member Stacie Hernandez

Board member, Stacie Hernandez, mother of four and an educator at St. Monica Catholic School, has been a supporter of the Joseph Maley Foundation since its inception. She and her family have spent years volunteering and advocating for the Foundation. Keep reading to learn how JMF has impacted Stacie and her family over the years, and why she continues to come back as a board member, year after year.

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Power of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising: Tom Spreacker

Tom Spreacker, JMF board member, has utilized the peer-to-peer fundraising model in the past for JMF. Keep reading to find out what Tom’s plan is to meet his fundraising goal this year, and how you can meet yours too!

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Looking Ahead: Board Member Andrew Shearn

Board member Andrew Shearn, a third year medical student at IU School of Medicine, is JMF’s youngest board member. He is a long-time participant in JMF programming and events. We asked Andrew to share his perspective as a young professional on a board of directors, and why he believes JMF is making a generational impact on central Indiana children. (Read more about Andrew’s years with the foundation here)

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Unconditional Acceptance: Board Member Tim Gee

Board Member Tim Gee has been an ardent supporter of the Joseph Maley Foundation for over ten years now. Tim, a history teacher at Park Tudor Middle School, has witnessed JMF programming through the eyes of a board member and an educator, giving him a unique perspective on how JMF serves children of ALL abilities. Keep reading to find out why Tim continues to support JMF, and why he thinks others should too.

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