Board of Directors
President & CEO, RDV Corporation
Board Member Since 1999, Board Chairman Since 2008
Jerry is Founder, CEO & CIO of RDV Corporation (RDV), a full-service, multi-generational family office which he established in 1991 to serve the comprehensive wealth management needs of five related families.
Jerry is also Founder and CEO of Ottawa Avenue Private Capital, a registered investment advisory firm that manages approximately $ 7billion in assets for a small group of high-net-worth families.
Jerry began his career with Deloitte & Touche in 1976 and served in both Chicago and the firm’s Brussels, Belgium, offices, and was Managing Partner of the Grand Rapids office from 1989–1991. He was a member of the firm’s Managing Partners Advisory Council, and left Deloitte in 1991 to establish RDV Corporation.
Jerry earned his Master’s in Tax Law from DePaul University and his undergraduate degree in business administration from Western Michigan University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
He serves on several private equity fund advisory boards throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. He is a past appointee of the Governor to the State of Michigan’s Pension Investment Advisory Board, which oversees more than $75 billion in investment assets.
He represented the Orlando Magic on the NBA Board of Governors for 15 years and now serves as its Alternate Governor. He is the Chairman of CURE International, a non-profit healthcare organization that serves needy children throughout the developing world, including specialty hospitals in 10 countries.
Jerry and his wife, Marcy, have eight children (including three son in-laws, and a daughter in-law) and eleven grandchildren.
Edward L. Stillman
President, Stillman Volvo
Board Member Since 1999
Ed Stillman has served as the president of Stillman Volvo, West Chester, PA, since 1980. He has also served as a member of the U.S. Volvo Dealer Council and as a Volvo Representative for N.A.D.A. Industry Relations.
Ed presently serves on the boards of Cairn University, Rubert Trust, and CURE International. He has previously served as a board member of the American Red Cross of Greater Brandywine and West Chester Area YMCA and as an Elder at Christ Community Church, West Chester, PA.
He and his wife Karen have been residents of West Chester since 1984. They have four sons, two daughters-in-law, and eight grandchildren.
Dennis R. Schlosser
Chairman, Schlosser Steel, Schlosser Properties
Board Member Since 2003
Dennis R. Schlosser is Chairman of Schlosser Steel, Inc., Hatfield, Pennsylvania, a third-generation family-owned structural steel fabricator. Schlosser Steel has provided steel for several casinos in Atlantic City, several mid-rise buildings in center city Philadelphia, the Olympic Pool at Princeton University, and many other major projects, such as gymnasiums and ice rinks. The company operates in southeast Pennsylvania and souther New Jersey. Schlosser Steel takes great pride in its employees and experiences very low employee turnover.
Several years ago, Schlosser Steel was honored with the “Outstanding Business” award by the Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Schlosser also serves as General Partner in 15 real estate development and investment partnerships operating in southeastern Pennsylvania.
He resides with his wife on a 30-acre farm in Bucks County, the area in which he has lived his entire life. He received a BS in Civil Engineering in 1960 and an MBA in 1968, both from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Presently, he serves on the Boards of K’NEX Toy Company, Hatfield, PA; West Rockhill Township Zoning Board; CURE International, New Cumberland, PA; International Students, Inc., Colorado Springs, CO; and is a past COB of Grand View Hospital on whose Foundation Board he presently serves. He has previously served on the Board of Bucks County Bank, Bucks County, PA, and was COB of Calvary Church, Souderton, PA, for many years, where he also has been an ABF teacher for 40 years.
Mr. Schlosser enjoys hunting, fly fishing, golf, walking, and reading. He and his wife, Marjorie, enjoy four adult children and 10 grandchildren.
President & CEO, Mercy Health Partners
Board Member Since 2007
In addition to the responsibilities below, Roger Spoelman is presently serving as the Interim President & CEO of CURE International.
Roger Spoelman serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mercy Health, a regional network of hospitals, physician organizations, and health network operations in Western and Northern Michigan. He is also a Regional Executive for Trinity Health, one of the largest health systems in the United States. Roger has held positions of leadership in healthcare for more than thirty years and has extensive experience in mergers, acquisitions, community health improvement, leadership development, physician integration, physician groups, and governance.
Throughout Roger’s career, he has received recognition from regional and national organizations as an innovator and leader in healthcare and community service. He has been recognized as an Emerging Leader in Healthcare by the Healthcare Forum and received many other awards for community leadership including: the Reese Award for Exemplary Service to the Community from the American Red Cross, the Paul Harris Fellowship from Rotary International, Trinity International University Distinguished Alumni, Patricia B. Johnson Award for Community Leadership and Innovative Grant making, the Alliance for Health Hillman Award, and Michigan State University Patenge Award.
Roger’s commitment to making West Michigan strong is demonstrated through his volunteer service where he supports such organizations as International Aid, Muskegon Health Project, Muskegon Community Foundation, and TALANT 2025. He also plays a leadership role in healthcare and other organizations throughout the country and internationally, serving on many boards including International Aid, CURE International, Open Doors International, Mary Free Bed, Munson Healthcare, the Grand Rapids Economic Club, and the West Michigan Policy Forum.
Roger feeds his passion for Leadership Development by serving as Advisor and Business Coach to numerous leaders, companies, and organizations.
Vice President, Diablo Investment Co.
Board Member Since 2008
Judy Bellig has been a member of the CURE International Board since 2008. She currently serves as the Vice President of DICO, a family owned Investment Company. She was actively involved for 14 years in the insurance industry at Brast and Bellig Insurance Services. She taught elementary school after completing her Teaching and Speech Correction Degrees at University of the Pacific and California State University.
Judy is an active volunteer and has served as Secretary of the Gathering Board, tutored for Faith Network in the Oakland Public Schools, taught Women’s Bible Studies and Good News Clubs for children, counseled at children’s camps, and is currently serving as a Biblical Counselor at her home church.
Judy and her husband, Charlie, have enjoyed being involved with CURE since 2001, and now their entire family is also involved. They have two sons, Greg and Gary and their wives, Julie and Megan, and five grandchildren. Judy’s involvement with CURE has led her to visit all ten of the CURE hospitals. She finds it incredibly inspiring and rewarding to meet the patients and the loving staff and see first hand the physical and spiritual healing that is taking place in each of the CURE hospitals and clinics.
Sandra A. Lamb
Founder, President & CEO Lamb Advisors, LLC
Board Member Since 2008
Sandy Lamb has over 45 years of Wall Street, corporate, and nonprofit experience, addressing financially complex and critical strategic issues. Sandy’s corporate experience includes 20 years at the investment bank Lazard Freres & Co, LLC, where, as a managing director, she held executive responsibility, working with clients on all aspects of mergers and acquisitions and other complex corporate financial advisory assignments. Prior to joining Lazard in 1983, Sandy worked as a portfolio manager with The MONY Group. She founded Lamb Advisors LLC in 2003 to advise nonprofits on mergers, strategic alliances, and change solutions.
She has served on the boards of several stock exchange-listed companies and many nonprofit organizations. She currently serves as chair of the board at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, chair of the Finance Committee at the Vera Institute of Justice, and chair of the Audit Committee at Altman Foundation.
Sandy earned an MBA in Finance from New York University Graduate School of Business where she was a member of the Business School Scholastic honor society, Beta Gamma Sigma. She graduated with a BA in Political Science from Duke University and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Sandy and her husband, Lowell, have been long-time members of The Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City. Sandy has served FAPC as chair of a $30 million capital campaign, a Senior Pastor Nominating Committee, and the Board of Trustees, as well as a term on the Session.
President, BTC Consulting, Inc.
Board Member Since 2008
Chairman, Global Opportunities Holdings
Board Member Since 2008
Founder, OtterCares Foundation
Board member since 2013
Nancy Richardson is the co-founder and a board member of Blue Ocean Enterprises, Inc. and Blue Ocean Holdings LLC, along with her husband Curt Richardson.
With a background in interior design, Nancy serves as a design adviser on Blue Ocean’s commercial real estate and redevelopment projects, directing the vision for the company’s interior spaces. She was a member of the team that developed the award-winning design for the OtterBox headquarters and Canyon Place in Fort Collins, renowned as state-of-the-art corporate offices.
In addition to these roles, Nancy focuses time and effort on giving back to the community through the initiatives of the Richardson Foundation, the philanthropic organization of the Richardson family and Blue Ocean. In 2010, she founded the OtterCares Foundation, the charitable arm of OtterBox, a Fort Collins company founded by her husband. Nancy also serves as a board member for CURE International and Rescue Freedom International and serves on the Northern Regional Council for the El Pomar Foundation.
Nancy has been widely recognized for her service to the Northern Colorado community. She received the Women of Distinction Award in 2012 from BizWest (formerly Northern Colorado Business Report), and the 2014 Colorado State University Outstanding Alumna Award. Along with her husband, has been honored with the Hope Award by the MS Society/Colorado/Wyoming Chapter, the 2012 Lamplighter Award from Team Fort Collins, the Collins Award from the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce, and the Values-Aligned Leadership Summit Award from Colorado Christian University.
Nancy received a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Colorado State University. She and her husband have two grown sons and reside in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Professor of Neurosurgery, Harvard Medical School; Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida Chair, Boston Children's Hospital
Board Member since 2013
Dr. Benjamin Warf is currently Professor of Neurosurgery at Harvard Medical School and holds the Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida Chair at Boston Children’s Hospital, where he serves as Director of Neonatal and Congenital Anomalies Neurosurgery. He serves on the CURE International Board of Trustees and is the Medical Director of CURE Hydrocephalus.
Ben grew up in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky, where his father was a pastor. After graduating from Harvard Medical School in 1984, he trained in neurosurgery at Case Western Reserve University and was subsequently the first Fellow in Pediatric Neurosurgery at Boston Children’s Hospital. He then served as Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery and Director of Surgical Education at University of Kentucky Medical Center until 2000, when he and his wife, Cindy, moved their family to Uganda as full time missionaries with CURE International.
Ben was the founding Medical Director of CURE Children’s Hospital of Uganda (CCHU) from 2000 to 2006. During those years he developed and validated a new surgical treatment for infant hydrocephalus (the ETV/CPC procedure) that avoids the life-long risk of shunt dependence. He began the CURE Hydrocephalus training and treatment program based at CCHU that has trained and equipped surgeons in more than 20 developing countries to perform this operation, which he has subsequently introduced into North America where it is becoming widely used. He was also responsible for characterizing neonatal infection as the most common cause of infant hydrocephalus in Uganda and has worked to raise awareness about the previously unrecognized global burden of this disease, including testimony before the US House of Representatives Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Human Rights. Dr. Warf was named a MacArthur Fellow for his work in 2012. Aside from his pediatric neurosurgical practice at Boston Children’s Hospital, his current work focuses on increasing global access to optimal evidence-based treatment for children with hydrocephalus and spina bifida, hydrocephalus-related research, and advocating for children with disabilities in the developing world.
Ben and Cindy, his wife of 38 years, have 6 adult children (one of whom has significant disabilities) and 4 grandchildren. They reside in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and are members of Park Street Church in Boston.
CEO and Founder, New Relic
Board member since 2014
Lewis Cirne founded New Relic and has served as Chief Executive Officer since February 2008 and as a member of the Board since February 2008. From 1998 to 2001, Mr. Cirne was founder and Chief Executive Officer, and from 2001 to 2006, he was Chief Technology Officer, of Wily Technology, Inc. Prior to Wily Technology, Inc., Mr. Cirne held engineering positions at Apple Inc. and Hummingbird Ltd. Mr. Cirne holds an A.B. in Computer Science from Dartmouth College.
Board member since 2014
With 10 albums, 13 No. 1 radio singles, a GRAMMY® Award and 8 additional nominations, 3 Billboard Music Awards, 21 Dove Awards, 2 platinum and 4 gold albums to his credit, Chris Tomlin is among the most well-known and influential artists in contemporary Christian music. Referred to by TIME magazine as likely the most often sung artist anywhere, Tomlin consistently has several songs in the top 20 of the Top 100 CCLI songs. BMI and GMA Dove Awards’ 2014 Songwriter of the Year, Tomlin’s “How Great Is Our God” was his first No. 1 on the CCLI Top 25, becoming one of the fastest rising modern day hymns in CCLI chart history. In addition to having sold more than 7 million albums and over 8.9 million digital tracks, Tomlin made history as his No. 1 single “Jesus Messiah” (Hello Love) garnered 97 adds at radio, making it the biggest ever add date in Christian radio history. Tomlin recently broke the record for most top tens in the history of Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs chart. In the midst of his record-breaking success, Tomlin continues touring and leading at Passion Conference gatherings across the US and worldwide, including his recent Worship Night In America events, which sold out NYC’s Madison Square Garden, Denver’s Red Rocks and Sacramento’s Sleep Train Arena. Burning Lights debuted at No. 1 atop the Billboard 200 in January 2013, making history as only the fourth Christian music album to do so, and his tenth recording, Love Ran Red continues to produce chart-topping singles. ADORE: Christmas Songs of Worship released fall 2015, debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Holiday Albums Chart.