We are pleased to announce the addition of two new board members to Project Transformation’s National Board of Directors: Janet Jamieson and Richard Brock! The board provides leadership in furthering Project Transformation’s mission by developing the strategy for scaling PT’s model of ministry.

“I am thrilled to welcome these two talented individuals to the national board,” says Eric Lindh, PT National CEO. “Their unique backgrounds and diverse experience will make them a great asset to PT National’s board and the organization.”

Janet Jamieson is the Chief Financial Officer of Discipleship Ministries/The Upper Room of The United Methodist Church in Nashville, TN. She is a member of Brentwood United Methodist Church and an active Stephen Minister in her congregation.

“I am delighted to join the ministry of the Project Transformation National Board. Project Transformation is unlike any other ministry that I am aware of because it simultaneously addresses the needs of three constituents: children who need literacy intervention, college-age young adults who are exploring their calling, and churches that are seeking to regain a sense of Christ’s mission to their communities. The relationships that are formed between these three groups in this unique program are powerful, and the transformation that results is multiplied beyond what we can understand because it is done within the work of Christ. How could you not be excited about that?”

Richard Brock spent 40 years in the Dallas banking and wealth management industry as a Managing Director for JP Morgan and Regional Director for Wachovia/Wells Fargo. He is a member at Highland Park United Methodist Church and is a Lifetime Honorary Member of the Child Care Group Board of Directors.

“I believe education is the bridge out of poverty. Project Transformation addresses the great need to improve reading skills and health for children while giving college age young adults the opportunity to learn about community and spiritual development on the ground. Churches play a vital role in this ministry providing space and are able to engage their congregations as volunteers. Few organizations have such multifaceted dimensions, and I’m excited to get involved in the mission.”