Board of Directors


Board Chair:  Jennifer L. Harmeyer–Currently, Jennifer is a Public Defender in Clark and Harrison Counties in Indiana.  Originally from Chicago, Illinois, she now lives in Jeffersonville, Indiana with her husband and son.  Prior to her current position, Jennifer was also a staff attorney for the Indiana Department of Child Services (Clark County), a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and the Child Support Director for the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.  Jennifer believes that community support is vital when raising a family.  She also loves to sew, crochet, take walks, and spend time outdoors.

Vice Chair:  Lucie Brooks

Treasurer:  Kellie White–Kellie is a Vice President and Treasury Management Officer with U.S. Bank.  She works with businesses that range from $1 to $30 million in sales and helps them manage their cash flow while deterring fraud.  She currently helps with the local NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners), the KYSCPA (Kentucky Society of CPAs), and the CNPE (Center for Non Profit Excellence).  She is also actively involved with her children’s school.  In her spare time, she enjoys cooking and spending time with her family at their lake house.

Secretary: Megan McGinn–Megan is the Director of Operations for Alltrade Service Solutions where she works in real estate and property management.  Prior to her current career in real estate, Megan was a social worker for 12 years.  Megan also speaks German, was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana and loves traveling with her husband. These days, as a mother to young daughter, she enjoys activities closer to home such as yoga, reading, cooking and baking.  A little known fact about Megan is that she has been a contestant on Wheel of Fortune and NPR’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me. She grew up in Evansville, Indiana.


John T. LauniusJohn is the founder/administrator of New Path, a social enterprise that provides recruitment and retention services to employers by partnering with area human service agencies. John formerly served as the Director of Program Development and Government Relations for Volunteers of America Mid-States where he coordinated contracts and funding for 38 programs throughout KY, TN, WV, S. IN, and OH. Originally from Morehouse, a small town in Southeast Missouri, John now considers Louisville home and over the last 10 years has brought his experience and passion to several organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana, The Fuller Center for Housing, Children Exposed to Violence Collective Impact Initiative / Community Shield, and the Veterans Community Alliance of Louisville. Moreover, he is Leadership Louisville Center Bingham-Fellow Graduate (Class of 2015) and is currently attending the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business where he is pursuing a Master of Non-Profit Administration degree.  John comes from a large family and enjoys getting to show friends and family alike all that Kentuckiana has to offer.  He especially enjoys music, history, food, outdoors and traveling.

Emily Rosenberg–Emily has worked for the past decade as a physical therapist in Louisville, KY, providing both impatient and outpatient services. She has been on staff at Dr. Rudy Ellis Sports Medicine Center since graduating with her DPT from Bellarmine University in 2006. She is a mother of two young boys and participated in programming at Mama’s Hip early on in motherhood. It was here that she found community and support amongst other new mothers and became passionate about the work of Mama to Mama, which piqued her interest in bringing her experience to other mothers. Emily loves relaxing with her family and friends, playing soccer, knitting, and swimming at Lakeside.