Board of Directors
The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Honorary Chair of the Board
Richard L. Clements, Chairperson
Oklahoma City, OK
Judith Gaillard Jones, Vice Chairperson
Pacific Palisades, CA
Judy Jones currently serves as a trustee of the Smithsonian Archives of American Art. Previously, she served as a trustee of Wellesley College and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and as a director of KCET, Public Television for Southern California and Planned Parenthood/Los Angeles.
She is a member of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Pacific Palisades, where she was a vestry member and Co-Chair of the Finance Committee, previously was a Trustee of Episcopal Theological School at Claremont, was a Trustee of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles Investment Trust, and was named Honorary Lay Canon to the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. Ms. Jones joined the ECF Board in 2010 and served as Vice Chairperson from 2014 to spring of 2016.
Leonard W. Johnson, Ph.D., Secretary
Benjamin Anderson-Ray, Treasurer
Thaddeus B. Bird, D.Min.
Prudence S. Crozier, Ph.D.
A graduate of Wellesley College, Mrs. Crozier holds an M.A. from Yale and a PhD in economics from Harvard. She has taught at Wellesley College, been senior economist at Data Resources, Inc., an econometric forecasting firm, and held a gubernatorial appointment to the Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority.
An honorary life overseer at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, her board service includes Wellesley College, Newton Wellesley Hospital, the Boston Public Library Foundation and the Nantucket Historical Association. Currently a member of St. Paul's Church on Nantucket, she has been active in the Diocese of Massachusetts serving on the committee to nominate Bishop M. Thomas Shaw, the Diocesan Capital Campaign committee and the investment committee of Trinity Church in the City of Boston.
Kurt V. Feaster
Sioux Falls, SD
New York, NY
Mr. Hatchett is a partner at Michelman & Robinson, LLP, where he leads the M&R’s Corporate & Securities Department. He focuses on corporate transactions, including private placements, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, real estate investments, and debt and equity financing transactions. He has broad experience providing strategic advice to senior management at large financial institutions, pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies, as well as start-ups and family owned businesses.
He serves on the Board of the Harlem Business Alliance, Inc.; is an advisor to the Center for Innovation, Business & Entrepreneurship at Wabash College; and a member of the Church Club of New York. He is active in the legal community with memberships in the American Bar Association and the National Bar Association. Mr. Hatchett and his family worship at Calvary-St. Georges in New York City.
Clyde W. Kunz, CFRE
Mr. Kunz is owner of a consulting firm specializing in nonprofit organization management and fund development. He also teaches fundraising and board development in the Nonprofit Management Institute at the Arizona State University Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation.
Prior to moving into the non-profit sector in 1989, he was an investment advisor with Glenfed Brokerage in California. He is a member of the Episcopal Church of St. Matthew in Tucson. At St. Matthews he is Cantor for a weekly Celtic service and has been licensed by the Bishop as a Lay Homilist at St. Matthew’s, and has served as an EfM Mentor (Education for Ministry is a program of the School of Theology at University of the south) for the past four years.
Susan M. Love, MD, MBA
Pacific Palisades, CA
Margaret P. McLarty, CFP®
Mrs. McLarty is a Senior Vice President - Investments, Assistant Branch Manager for Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Ridgeland, MS. Community endeavors include serving as Secretary of the Board of Regents of the University of the South, Sewanee, TN (Budget, Finance, and Investment Committees); MS Baptist Hospital Foundation, Board of Regents; immediate past Board Chair for the Mississippi Food Network; Junior League of Jackson, Chair of Investments Committee and on Board of the Keystone (Endowment) Fund.
Mrs. McLarty is a member of Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, Jackson, MS, where she serves on the Vestry and Co-Chair of the Cathedral’s successful Capital Campaign. Formerly she served as Senior and Junior Warden; past President of the Diocesan Standing Committee; and member of Diocesan Executive Committee. She is a licensed Lay Worship Leader, serving as parish verger. Other Episcopal associations include Immediate past President of the Vergers Guild of the Episcopal Church; Delegate/Alternate to previous four General Conventions; Worship Committee for last three General Conventions; and Board of Regents of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Ridgeland, MS (voted the 18th most outstanding independent school in the country).
Michael S. Penfield
Mr. Penfield is the National Director, U.S. Bank Charitable Services Group. He started the group in 1991. He a member of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Portland, OR where he has served as Senior Warden.
Other Episcopal Church activities include Trustee of the Diocese of Oregon; Chair of the Diocesan Planned Giving Committee; Member of Diocesan Finance Committee; and Alternate Deputy to General Convention. He holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Minnesota. His community involvement includes service on the Boards of the William Temple House (current) and Volunteers of America.
Ann Meeker Ryan
Molly Hawkins Sharpe
Molly Sharpe is a program development consultant with her own practice in Austin, Texas; her clients have included KLRU public television, El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Mission, Mental Health America of Texas, The Salvation Army, and United Way/Capital Area.
Mrs. Sharpe is committed to public and community service and has served organizations such as the Austin Child Care Commission, Planned Parenthood/Austin, O’Henry Middle School, and the Austin Museum of Art. She is an active member of St. David’s Episcopal Church in Austin, having served in various leadership roles, including chair of the parish endowment, Diocesan Representative, president of the Women of the Church, Stephen’s Minister, chair of the Pastoral Council, and chair of the Adult Education Committee.
Dail St. Claire
New York, NY