Board of Directors
American Leprosy Missions is governed by a Board of Directors who donate their time and talents. These dedicated men and women bring their many years of experience and great compassion for people affected by leprosy to the oversight of the ministry.
Stephen R. Genheimer, Ph.D., Chair
Adjunct Professor, University of Oklahoma, School of Industrial Engineering
Board of Trustees, John Brown University
Richard H. Goodwin, Jr., M.D., Vice Chair/Treasurer
Clinical Associate Professor (Ret.), Dept. of Ophthalmology, Medical College of Georgia
Greenwood, South Carolina
Ronald G. Doucette, J.D., Secretary
Executive Development Representative, The Seed Company
Special Education Technician – Interpreter/Translator, San Diego School District
San Diego, California
Glen R. Brubaker, M.D., M.P.H.
Interchurch Medical Assistance, Inc.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Executive Pastor of Ministries, Crossings Community Church
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Mary Phillips, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Middle Tennessee State University
Samuel Purushotham, M.B.A.
Alan B. Terwilleger
President, Colson Center
Thomas M. Young
Consulting Actuary (Ret.)
Avila Beach, California
James P. Fields, M.D., M.S., D.Ph., FACP
Director, The Dermatopathology Laboratory of the Mid-South, Inc.
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Vanderbilt University
W. Felton Ross, M.B.B.S., D.P.H.
Medical Director (Ret.), American Leprosy Missions
Greenville, South Carolina
Directors and consultants to the Board of Directors of American Leprosy Missions receive no compensation for service.
A director may serve no more than nine consecutive years on the Board. However, an individual who has filled a single director vacancy is eligible, in addition, to be elected for his/her own three consecutive three-year terms. Following Board service of nine consecutive years (or nine consecutive years plus service in a director vacancy), a one-year mandatory rotation off the Board is required before an individual can be considered for re-election to the Board.