A Project of Hope A Project of Hope

Helping People . . . Changing Lives


Board of Directors






Judy Eck, Board Member

 

Judy is currently a homemaker with previous experience in Credit Union management, retail management and wholesale bookkeeping. She is a member of 1st UMC and is involved in choir and disaster relief mission work. Judy lives with her husband Randy who is also a member of the board.


Judy Eck
Randy Eck Randy Eck, Secretary

 

Randy is an Information Technology Services Professional with more than 30 years of experience. He is a member of 1st UMC and is in the chancel choir and works with the disaster relief mission team.  Randy lives with his wife Judy who is also a member of the board.



Julie Griffith, Board Member and Chief of Operations.  

Julie is a Senior Management Analyst Supervisor for the Agency for Person's with Disabilities. Julie has a 30 year history with the agency, the Dept. of Children and Families and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services before that. Julie makes her home  along with her husband and one son.

Julie Griffith
Chairperson and
Chief of Operations

 Dennis White.  Treasurer.

Dennis White, Treasurer. 

Dennis has 30+ years of experience in Human Resources with US and International companies. Dennis holds a JD and is admitted to the State Bar of Georgia. He also has a Masters Degree in Organizational Development. Dennis has been an active member of First United Methodist Church for over 25 years, serves as a mediator in the Magistrate Court in Fulton County and as Adjunct Faculty for Fielding Graduate University’s program on Leadership Coaching.  Dennis is married to Lynn, also a board member for APOH, and they have two adult daughters, Amanda and Alison.  Dennis and Lynn got involved in APOH because they were impressed with the efficiency of the organization to help the people in need. It is clear that we are making a difference through APOH.

Lynn WhiteBoard Member.

Lynn has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in elementary education.  She taught elementary school for nineteen years and continues to volunteer at her former school.  She has been very active working with children in her church and with the Girl Scouts.  She lives in with her husband, Dennis.  They have two grown daughters.

Lynn White