Board of Directors

Our Mission

  • To help the Winton Woods School District raise student achievement
  • To recognize and support student scholars and their teachers, and
  • To impact positively the images and economies of the Communities in the district
Rick Johnson

Rick Johnson

President

Suesann E Sepela

President

I graduated from Forest Park High School in 1980 which was more than 10 years before Greenhills and Forest Park combined (1991). Even though there were two separate schools with a friendly rivalry, we played sports together, we went to church together, we went to parties together. Now that it is 40 years later and I’m well into my 50’s, when I run into a friend from Greenhills, I still bring up Forest Park’s dominance (in a friendly way, of course).

For over 20 years, I worked for Miami University Regionals as a director of programs that I designed to support students who are the first in their family to go to college and who are very often, paying for school out of their own pocket. I saw firsthand that even the most dedicated and bright students can get sidetracked, often by obstacles that with a little support, might be easily overcome.

Richard Bedford

Richard Bedford

At-Large Board Memer

Suesann E Sepela

President

I graduated from Forest Park High School in 1980 which was more than 10 years before Greenhills and Forest Park combined (1991). Even though there were two separate schools with a friendly rivalry, we played sports together, we went to church together, we went to parties together. Now that it is 40 years later and I’m well into my 50’s, when I run into a friend from Greenhills, I still bring up Forest Park’s dominance (in a friendly way, of course).

For over 20 years, I worked for Miami University Regionals as a director of programs that I designed to support students who are the first in their family to go to college and who are very often, paying for school out of their own pocket. I saw firsthand that even the most dedicated and bright students can get sidetracked, often by obstacles that with a little support, might be easily overcome.

Mary Oden

Mary Oden

First Vice President

Suesann E Sepela

President

I graduated from Forest Park High School in 1980 which was more than 10 years before Greenhills and Forest Park combined (1991). Even though there were two separate schools with a friendly rivalry, we played sports together, we went to church together, we went to parties together. Now that it is 40 years later and I’m well into my 50’s, when I run into a friend from Greenhills, I still bring up Forest Park’s dominance (in a friendly way, of course).

For over 20 years, I worked for Miami University Regionals as a director of programs that I designed to support students who are the first in their family to go to college and who are very often, paying for school out of their own pocket. I saw firsthand that even the most dedicated and bright students can get sidetracked, often by obstacles that with a little support, might be easily overcome.

Fatima Penda Sy

Fatima Penda Sy

At-Large Board Member

Suesann E Sepela

President

I graduated from Forest Park High School in 1980 which was more than 10 years before Greenhills and Forest Park combined (1991). Even though there were two separate schools with a friendly rivalry, we played sports together, we went to church together, we went to parties together. Now that it is 40 years later and I’m well into my 50’s, when I run into a friend from Greenhills, I still bring up Forest Park’s dominance (in a friendly way, of course).

For over 20 years, I worked for Miami University Regionals as a director of programs that I designed to support students who are the first in their family to go to college and who are very often, paying for school out of their own pocket. I saw firsthand that even the most dedicated and bright students can get sidetracked, often by obstacles that with a little support, might be easily overcome.

Brandon H Wiers

Brandon H Wiers

Treasurer

Suesann E Sepela

President

I graduated from Forest Park High School in 1980 which was more than 10 years before Greenhills and Forest Park combined (1991). Even though there were two separate schools with a friendly rivalry, we played sports together, we went to church together, we went to parties together. Now that it is 40 years later and I’m well into my 50’s, when I run into a friend from Greenhills, I still bring up Forest Park’s dominance (in a friendly way, of course).

For over 20 years, I worked for Miami University Regionals as a director of programs that I designed to support students who are the first in their family to go to college and who are very often, paying for school out of their own pocket. I saw firsthand that even the most dedicated and bright students can get sidetracked, often by obstacles that with a little support, might be easily overcome.