Neal Joseph currently serves as Vice President for Nonprofit Search & Coaching at Slingshot Group. He previously served for six years as Senior Vice President and Senior Advisor for Compassion International, where he oversaw relationships with partners in ten countries, accounting for more than $200 million in revenue annually, serving on their… Read More
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.
Les Dietzman has extensive retail and merchandising experience. He recently retired from Berean Christian Stores where he served as president and CEO for five years. Prior to that, Les was the president and chief executive officer of Family Christian Stores for ten years. During his 41 years in retailing, Les… Read More
Gordon C. Boronow is Associate Professor in the School of Business and Leadership at Nyack College. His primary teaching responsibilities are in economics and finance. Prior to his academic career, Gordon worked in financial services. He became a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in 1980. His actuarial career included… Read More
Chris Hogue serves as World Vision International’s Strategy Specialist, providing fundraising and field ministry consulting services focused on raising resources. He began his long career in the non-profit sector as an Assistant Country Director at World Relief Corporation in Nicaragua. While there, Chris managed finances and administration for all country… Read More
More than a decade ago, Ymelda Beauchamp was invited by a friend to join the Board of Directors of American Leprosy Missions. They had met in Carville, Louisiana years earlier when they both were sent there to be treated for leprosy. As someone who experienced the pain and isolation of… Read More
During his long career, Steve has used his engineering and leadership abilities in industry, education and ministry. After completing an engineering degree from John Brown University in 1976, Steve joined Seagate Technology in Oklahoma City as a design engineer, assuming increasing responsibility, including Vice President of Drive Design Engineering, Vice… Read More
Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Dan Izzett brings more than thirty years of ministry work and a very personal knowledge of leprosy to the Board of Directors of American Leprosy Missions. For fifteen years Dan worked in civil engineering providing quality control and construction site management, including managing three large… Read More
A board-certified infectious disease physician with 20 years’ experience, Michael is committed to helping suffering people. Since 2001, he has worked at the Carolinas HealthCare System and is currently the central regional medical director for Carolinas Hospitalist Group. He previously served as the chief of medicine for Carolinas HealthCare System… Read More
Several years ago, Lori visited India and encountered a child with leprosy, which eventually led to her involvement with American Leprosy Missions, first as a supporter and then as a member of the board of directors. Lori has a B.A. in environmental studies with an emphasis in Geographical Information Systems, and… Read More
For more than three decades, Alan Terwilleger provided leadership to a variety of Christian nonprofits. A longtime confidante of the late Chuck Colson, Alan most recently served as president of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, guiding the organization in its mission to create and educate cultural ambassadors who… Read More
Jana is committed to the health and well-being of children globally. She has practiced pediatrics in the U.S. for 15 years, but has also been involved in public health and child survival programs in Southern Africa since 1990. From 1991 to 1994, she worked as an international health officer in… Read More
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.