Board of Directors
Executive with more than 33 years of broad based management experience in the areas of finance, accounting, strategic planning, operations, budgeting, administration, contract administration, personnel, payroll, and insurance. He currently holds the position of CFO for Quality Care for Children, Inc., a local Atlanta-area nonprofit. Prior to working with QCC, Jon has held chief financial officer and controller positions with Atlanta area private sector companies in the distribution, software, telecommunications, and manufacturing industries.
ICF PCC-certified coach; over 20 years in coaching, consulting, leadership development and facilitation. Coached over 300 leaders from Director to C-Suite using the Results Coaching System, a neuroscience-based approach. Experienced in team dynamics, operational line management, finance, customer service, and business process redesign to support real world knowledge and ensure relevant programs and coaching for business leaders.
Katherine is the founder and CEO of Green Gate Marketing, a social enterprise that marries her love for branding and marketing with service to the greater community. Founded in 2014, Green Gate is an approachable, award-winning, people-centric agency, powered by a handpicked team of talented creatives. Katherine has worked in marketing and advertising across multiple industries including healthcare, technology, travel, hospitality, and the nonprofit sector.
Lifetime of senior leadership experience in business sector, city-wide enterprises, and national black Catholic organizations.
1 of 5 awarded L.A. Archdiocesen Cardinal Award 2018. On nationwide boards in areas of service and justice inc. Knights of Peter Claver. Former President, Calif African American Museum. Business experience at TRW in accounting management, financial controls.
One of the most decorated volunteer leaders in Atlanta’s history. Highlights: GCN’s Legendary Philanthropist Award and Leadership Atlanta’s Legacy of Leadership. On boards of the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta, Metro Atlanta Chamber Education Committee, the Governor’s Office of Workforce Development, and GA Public Education Foundations. Retired from successful lifetime career at IBM.
Patricia M. Falotico
Center advances the philosophy and practice of Servant Leadership to enrich individuals, build better organizations and create a better, more caring society. Retired from IBM after 31 years leading sales, business development, and marketing initiatives nationally and internationally.
Specializes in recruiting, executive search, HR consulting, and career transition coaching. Previously at Price Waterhouse and Accenture for years. Former President, Society of Human Resource Management-Atlanta (SHRM); Former Chair, SHRM National Foundation Board.
2019 graduate of Duke U. on 4-yr scholarship for black students with a commitment to “transformative leadership, intellectual courage, and social justice.” Chosen to represent 2019 graduates on Dean’s advisory council. Obama Foundation Intern. Traveled overseas to work with Syrian and Iraqi refugees. Julie lives in Nashville where she is a singer-songwriter, recording and performing her original music.
Manages staff of over 40 as chief operating officer. Led numerous diocesan-wide change initiatives in areas of social justice and spirituality. Awarded Ignatian Volunteer Corps Award for social justice. Significant major community nonprofit experience inc Asst Executive Director, Volunteer Center of L.A. Co-founder, Fair Trade LA. Board member, St. John’s Seminary Board of Trustees, Mount St Mary's University Board of Trustees, Imagine LA.