President (2019) - John Shackelford, SCYAP
Vice-President - Carmen Landy, Chief Executive Officer, Helping Hands of Aiken
Immediate Past-President (2017-2019) - Bethany Vause, Executive Director, Lutheran Services Carolinas (2019)
Debbie McKelvey, Executive Director, Windwood Farm Home for Children, Inc.
Elliot Smith, President, Thornwell
Tim Duncan, Vice President for Programs, Connie Maxwell Children’s Home
Robert Kimberly, Executive Director, Southeastern Children’s Home
Brian Clark, Generations Group
Daniel Hochstetler, Fair Play Camp School
Vernon Hayes, Executive Director, Hope Center for Children, At Large
Christ Wright, Executive Director - Specialized Alternative for Youth
PAFCAF has various committees that provide input and guidance to PAFCAF staff and guide the organization’s priorities and focus each year. To join a committee you must be an employee of a PAFCAF member agency in good standing.
The nominating committee is responsible for recruiting and nominating leadership to serve as the Board of Directors. The committee also assess and nominates Board Officers and ensure board members receive appropriate trainings and orientation to help them properly perform their duties as a board member throughout the duration of their term.
A term on the nominating committee is one year, with the opportunity to be re-appointed for up to two additional years.
Public Policy Committee
The PAFCAF public policy committee is responsible for crafting the organization’s political agenda as well as reviewing legislative and regulatory issues of interest to our members. As PAFCAF is an advocacy organization, the public policy committee is integral to the success of the organization’s mission.
A term on the public policy committee is five years with the opportunity to be re-appointed for up to one additional term.
An engaged and united membership is essential to the function of PAFCAF. Responsibilities of the membership committee including assisting with recruitment of new members as well as renewal of current members, reviewing membership criteria, dues and policies and providing recommendations to the board on revisions and updates to the membership criteria and dues structure.
The term of a membership committee member is one year with the opportunity to be re-appointed for up to five additional years.
The finance committee is involved in management compliance, development of the annual budget, keeping up with the balance sheet and profit/losses, and regularly updating investment managers’ compliance with the Investment Policy Statement.
The term of a finance committee member is one year with the opportunity to be re-appointed for up to five additional years.
PAFCAF’s training committee is responsible for aiding the in the planning of various training events conducted by the association, including but not limited to the Annual Conference and Executive Retreat.. The committee provides input on speakers, trainings, the conference and retreat agenda and recruiting sponsors and exhibitors who support the event. The committee also plays a valuable role with on-site coordination and volunteer efforts during the conference.
This committee’s term is one year with the opportunity to be re-appointed for up to three additional years.
To inquire about becoming a committee member email PAFCAF at Communications@PAFCAF.org
PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
1986/87 Mike Cavanaugh
1987/88 Ed Ledford
1988/89 Sandy Howie
1989/90 Phil Ross
1990/91 Zane Moore
1991/92 Dr. Suzanne Hiott
1992/93 John Shiflet
1993/94 Reid Lehman
1995 Marsha Horn
1996 John Koppelmeyer
1997 Dr. Jimmy McAdams
1998 Robert Kimberly
1999/2000 Debbie Swartzentruber
2000/2001 Glenda Caddell
2001/2003 Keith Jones
2003-2005 Wayne Chapman
2005-2007 Vernon Hayes
2007-2009 Judy Nix
2009–2010 Vernon Hayes
2010–2012 John Shiflet
2012–2014 Jerry Allred
2014-2015 John Holler
2015–2017 Robert Kimberly
2017 - Bethany Vause