Board of Trustees

Pictured at Left
Front Row (L-R): Russ Brown, Michele Young, Jennifer and Gene Richardson, and Steven Ganss
Back Row (L-R): Todd Abbott, Stephen Key, Billy Diehl, Grant Moise, Dan Meyer, Chris Messick, and Robin Pou

Not Pictured: Syd Hurley and Kelsie Wagner

 

 

2017-2018 Board of Trustees

 

Russ Brown

Mr. Brown and his wife, Renée, are Providence parents who live in Highland Park and are members of Watermark Community Church. They have three children, two of whom attend Providence.  Mr. Brown received his BA from the University of Arizona and law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law. He is the Managing Partner of Brown Fox PLLC, a law firm that represents Texas businesses ranging from start-ups to publicly traded companies, as well as several local and international ministries. Mr. Brown also leads Dallas Justice, a community of Christian lawyers serving local and international ministries. He regularly trains and disciples Christian lawyers in Africa in partnership with Watermark and African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries.

Billy Diehl

Mr. Diehl and his wife, Katherine, are Providence parents who live in University Park and attend Watermark Community Church. They have three children all of whom attend Providence. Mr. Diehl received a B.S. in engineering and a B.A. in Math from Vanderbilt University. He also received an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Diehl in a senior vice-president for UBS which deals with private wealth management.

Steven Ganss

Mr. Ganss and his wife, Amy, are Providence parents of two, Braden and Peyton. The Ganss family lives in north Dallas and attends Grace Bible Church. He holds a BBA in Finance from Baylor University. Mr. Ganss is a founding partner of ReignRock Capital Partners, LLC, a Dallas-based private equity firm. His areas of expertise include finance, administration, and the development of human capital.

Syd Hurley

Mr. Hurley and his wife, Elizabeth, are Providence parents who live in Highland Park and are members of Watermark Community Church. He received a BBA in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin and a law degree from Southern Methodist University. Mr. Hurley owns Vista Property Company, which specializes in shopping center investment and development. Mr. Hurley has been active in the real estate industry for more than thirty years.

Stephen Key

Mr. Key and his wife, Ann, are Providence parents and live in Preston Hollow. They are members of Watermark Community Church and serve in the marriage ministry. Mr. Key received a BS in business from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and his JD from Southern Methodist University. He is a partner in Key Harrington Barnes PC, a management side labor and employment law firm.

Chris Messick

Mr. Messick and his wife, Meredith, are Providence parents who live in Preston Hollow and attend Providence Presbyterian Church. Chris is a wealth management advisor with Northwestern Mutual’s Wealth Management Company. He holds a business degree from Texas A&M University, and his areas of expertise are financial planning and investment management.

Grant Moise

Mr. Moise and his wife, Katie, are Providence parents. They live in Preston Hollow and attend Highland Park United Methodist Church. Mr. Moise received an MBA from Texas Christian University, and a BA from the University of Kansas. He is Executive Vice President of A.H. Belo and General Manager of the Dallas Morning News. His areas of expertise include marketing strategy, digital media, and mergers and acquisitions.

Nathan Schubert

Mr. Schubert and his wife, Tori, are the parents of three Providence students, and they attend Watermark Community Church.  Nathan is with Crow Holdings in their real estate private equity business, with a focus in multifamily investing.  He received a BA in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin.

Kelsie Wagner

Mrs. Wagner and her husband, Price, are Providence parents who live in University Park and attend Providence Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Wagner is a homemaker with a BA in History from the University of Texas at Austin. The Wagners served as Parents’ Council chairs for the 2010-2011 school year. Before leaving the workforce, Mrs. Wagner worked as a corporate event planner for a destination management company as well as the Dallas Bar Association.

Michele Young

Mrs. Young and her husband, Greg, are Providence alumni parents who live in University Park and attend Park Cities Baptist Church. Mrs. Young received a BS in Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University. The Youngs chaired the Parents’ Council during the 2011-2012 school year. Before having children, Mrs. Young worked in engineering sales and also taught school in both public and private Christian education.

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