BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Lori Holsinger, Ph.D., Chair

Dr. Holsinger is a principal with Mercer, the world’s largest human resources consulting firm. She consults with non-profit and for profit companies across a number of different industries in the areas of: talent strategy, performance management, leadership development, succession planning, assessment and compensation. Her doctorate is in organizational psychology. Lori and her husband, Ben, have been married since 1999. They have two children (Bronson and Abby), whom were educated by three of the founding five teachers and Director at Redeemer Day School while they attended The Heiskell School.

Affiliations: The Church of The Apostles, Relay Exchange, Allegheny College, California School of Professional Psychology, Whitefield Academy, Stephen Ministry

Megan Haase

Megan Haase is the wife to Christopher and mom to three children-Camden Charles, Finleigh, and Olivia Grace. Megan has previously served on several boards including Children and Families Ministries at the family’s prior church home, and the Trinity Preschool board, which she chaired for a term. Before starting a family, Megan worked in the chemical industry for Univar USA where she was the Food, Pharma and Personal Care Account Manager for the state of Florida. She holds a degree in Communications from the University of North Florida.

Affiliations: Whitefield Parent Association, Relay Exchange, International Dyslexia Association, JDRF, University of North Florida

Carson Williams

Carson Williams is the Director of Strategy & Corporate Development with Fortna, a leading provider of design, engineering, implementation and support services for complex distribution centers. He provides strategic financial planning & analysis and M&A execution. He grew up in Americus, GA and has lived in Atlanta since 2010. He and his wife, Jessie, have three children (Charlie, Patce and David).

Affiliations: Atlanta Westside Presbyterian, We Raise Foundation, Certified Public Accountant (inactive), University of Arizona, University of Georgia

Jamie Heiskell

Mr. Heiskell is celebrating his 17th year of ministry in Christian education.  In 2021-22 he begins his 9th year at Whitefield Academy where he is currently teaching Middle School Bible and coaching Middle School Soccer.

Jamie and his wife Margaret, who serves as an assistant at RDS, have five children, all five of whom have been taught by members of the Redeemer Day School faculty. 

Affiliations: Camp Evergreen, The Church of The Apostles, Furman University

Jenny Kwon, Director

Mrs. Kwon is the Director of Redeemer Day School and is accountable for the day-to-day operations of the school. Before serving as the Director of RDS, she taught preschool for nine years and high school for five years, including Art and English. She has been trained in the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading instruction and has tutored students with language difficulties so they can thrive in the classroom. Jenny and her husband David have two college aged children, Anna Grace and Matthew.

Affiliations: The Church of The Apostles, Relay Exchange, University of Georgia

Kerri Bounds, Assistant Director

Mrs. Bounds is the Assistant Director of Redeemer Day School and is currently serving with Jenny Kwon administering the daily operations of the school. Mrs. Bounds has twenty-five years of teaching experience. For the past fifteen years, she served at Whitefield Academy in various roles which include teaching kindergarten and first grades, assisting in the middle and upper school Academic Enrichment Center, coordinating staff development, and directing lower school curriculum. Kerri and her husband Charlie have two college-aged children, Mary Charles and Marshall.

Affiliations: Kennesaw State University, Georgia Professional Standards Commission

Ray Leatherman

Mr. Leatherman is a life-long educator. He began his career in the Atlanta public school system and for 39 years taught at The Heiskell School. Mr. Leatherman’s responsibilities at Heiskell included teaching junior high Bible, and acting as school chaplain, counselor, basketball coach, and computer lab consultant. After leaving The Heiskell School, he started Seeking His Kingdom Ministries with a desire to encourage people to spend more time reading God’s Word and applying Biblical principles.

Ray has been married to Linda for 51 years. He and Linda enjoy biking, kayaking, and visiting new places in the United States. He also enjoys photographing birds and working in his yard. He is the chaplain for Redeemer Day School, and he and Linda are members of The Church of The Apostles where they volunteer their time for various activities.

Affiliations: The Church of The Apostles (Former Vestry Member)