Kristina was born and raised in Stark County and was previously the Finance Director at the Canton Museum of Art. In addition to 20+ years of accounting and finance experience, Kristina brings an unbeatable enthusiasm for Stark County to our team. She is currently the Assistant Director of Leadership Stark County.
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Jamar is the Director and CEO of “Men of Tomorrow” and Lead Pastor of Agape Ministries. Jamar is widely recognized for his work in mentoring at-risk youth in the community and his pastoral leadership, and political advocacy.
Mr. Gerzina was formerly the Community President of Farmer’s Bank where he executed on his vision and created the Farmers’ Stark County market. During his time at Farmers, Gerzina helped oversee the growth of Farmers’ Stark County presence. Mr. Gerzina lives in Canton and also is a board member for Canton Parks and Recreation.
Scott is the Executive Director of First Tee – Canton, a youth development organization whose mission is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
is the President of Lemmon Development and has been with the company for 8 years. His background in construction and development ranges from senior living to multifamily to retail projects.
Lemmon Development, a North Canton based developer, has been trusted with development projects across Ohio for over 40 years. Their projects range from land development, retail, multi-family apartments, and senior living.
Jim Porter is currently the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and is a lifelong Stark County resident.
Tricia is a member of Crossroads United Methodist Church and active member of the West Park neighborhood association.
Terry is the CEO of My Community Health Center, a not-for-profit primary care federally qualified health center which provides care to all patients regardless of ability to pay.
Betty is the Executive Director of EN-RICH-MENT (ENjoying the RICHness of Music, Education, Nurturing and Training) a Canton, Ohio- organization founded in 2012 that provides music, education, training, instruments, art, dance, voice, drumline and agriculture classes free of charge to underserved urban youth ages 5 through 18 years. Yearly, EN-RICH-MENT touches the lives of over 100 youth.
Kelsey is an Associate attorney at Winkhart & Minor law practice. Her practice is comprised primarily of residential and commercial real estate, business formation & governance, contract drafting, and estate planning. Kelsey is a graduate of Glenoak High School and the University of Akron Law School.
Jeff is the Superintendent of the Canton City School District. Talbert is coming to Canton after working as the Alliance Superintendent since June 2013. Previous to that, he served as the assistant superintendent for Cleveland Heights-University Heights City Schools for three years.
Our student member of the Canton for All People board, Taylor is a junior at McKinley High School and an aspiring civil rights attorney. She recently won a state title in dramatic interpretation and was a key part in establishing the Canton Free Store and Fresh Market.
Tom holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Toledo and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Akron School of Law. He is president of the law firm of Winkhart & Minor and also of Cornerstone Real Estate Title Company. Tom is a graduate of Leadership Stark County, has spent 15 years coaching girls and boys youth sports in Jackson, and volunteers on several professional and community boards and committees.