Lee and Clayton Allen
Mr. Allen and his wife, Clayton, are Providence parents who live in Preston Hollow and are members of Highland Park United Methodist Church. The Allens have three children who attend Providence. Lee received both his B.S. and his M.B.A. from SMU, and Clayton received her B.A. and M.A. in Psychology from SMU as well. Lee is the co-founder and president of Creekview Custom Homes, a residential home building company. Prior to having children, Clayton worked as a learning therapist at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.
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.
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.
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.
Mr. Golden and his wife, Katie, are Providence parents who live in University Park and are members of Park Cities Baptist Church. They have three children, two of whom attend Providence Gracie (Class Six) and Reed (Class Four). Mr. Golden received his BA from Texas Christian University. He is a Managing Director at UBS in the Investment Bank and oversees Advisory for the Central and West regions. Mr. Golden is a board member for Time to Revive, a Dallas-based ministry that partners with local churches in communities across the United States to equip individuals to spread the gospel as well as serve Israel. He also currently co-Chairs the Shining Hope Dallas Capital Campaign for Buckner International, raising funds for a new Hope Center in the heart of the Bachman Lake community.
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.
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.
Ellen and her husband, Reid, are Providence parents who live in Preston Hollow and are members of Park Cities Presbyterian Church. The Porters have four children who attend Providence. Ellen is a homemaker and received her B.S. from the University of Texas at Austin. She is also a former faculty member at Providence. Most recently, Ellen served as founder of an organization called BraveLove that seeks to change the perception of adoption.
Rev. Rea and his wife, Stefani, are Providence parents who live in the Preston Hollow area. Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, David is a graduate of Appalachian State University and Reformed Theological Seminary. David served as an RUF (Reformed University Fellowship) Campus Minister at Southern Methodist University for seven years. He now serves as the pastor of Providence Presbyterian Church (PCA).
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.
Scott Whitaker and his wife, Rebecca, are the parents of three Providence students—Andrew (Class Eight), William (Class Seven) and Evelyn (Class Three). Scott graduated with a BBA in
Finance and an MBA from Baylor University. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Lumen Risk Services, a property and casualty insurance program administration company. Scott and Rebecca
are members of Watermark Community Church where they have served in various Marriage Ministry volunteer roles over the years. They are also actively involved with Thrive Women’s Clinic, a pregnancy resource ministry with four locations across DFW.
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.