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 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: Stephen Ministry, Allegheny College, California School of Professional Psychology

Jonathan Crumly

Jonathan Crumly works as a construction and development attorney for Taylor English in Atlanta.  Jonathan has donated over 2,000 hours of legal services to various Religious Freedom matters as an Allied Attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom. He has been a long advocate of parental choice in education and dedicated many hours to lobbying the Georgia Legislature on behalf of school choice, including expanding and improving the Georgia Education Expense Credit statutes. He received his Bachelors degree from Wofford College and his law degree from the University of Georgia.  Jonathan and his wife, Kim, were married in 1993 and have seven children.  He is a member of The Church of The Apostles where he has served on the vestry.

Affiliations: The Church of the Apostles, University of Georgia School of Law, Wofford College, North Cobb Christian School Board of Trustees

Jamie Heiskell

Mr. Heiskell is celebrating his eleventh year of ministry in Christian education, which includes work at Covenant College, The Heiskell School, and Whitefield Academy where he is currently teaching Middle School Bible and coaching basketball and soccer. Jamie and his wife Margaret have five children, all five of whom have been taught, or are currently being 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. 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 teenaged children, Anna Grace and Matthew.

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

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 48 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 (Vestry Member)

Stu Harvey

Mr. Harvey is a Principal and Actuary with Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc.  He advises not-for-profit hospitals and health systems across the country with regard to executive compensation program strategy and design.  He grew up in England and has lived in Smyrna since 2004.  He and his wife, Stephanie, have three children (Liam, John and Annie).

Affiliations: The Church of the Apostles (Vestry member), Society of Actuaries, University of Cambridge

Joshua Youssef

Joshua D. Youssef

Joshua Youssef serves as President and CEO of Help The Persecuted, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. With field teams situated throughout the Middle East and North Africa, Help The Persecuted is uniquely positioned to serve those facing severe persecution. Each year, Islamic extremism ranks as the dominant global driver of persecution, and over the past several years this region has faced the largest refugee crisis in history. Help The Persecuted serves those suffering for their faith in Christ with practical and spiritual support.  Previously, Joshua served for seventeen years as Executive Vice President of Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef, a global media ministry.

Joshua earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications from Auburn University. He is currently pursuing his M.A.R. at Reformed Theological Seminary in Atlanta, where he lives with his wife, two daughters and two sons.

Affiliations: The Church of the Apostles, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Auburn University