Our Board of Directors

We understand the power and necessity of accountability. Our Pathways2Life Board of Directors keeps us on track and spurs us on to keep growing the vision.

Tim Strickland

Tim Strickland

Board Chair - CEO, NexGen

Tim has over 30 years of experience in the business community. He has held several executive level positions with P&L responsibilities and strategic direction. He currently serves as President and CEO of a national company providing services to utility and energy companies. He lives with his wife of 25 years in Alpharetta, Georgia.

 

Léonce Crump

Léonce Crump

Pastor, Renovation Church

Léonce Crump Jr., is an author, international speaker, as well as the founder and senior pastor of Renovation Church in Atlanta. In 2006, Crump answered God’s call to relocate from Tennessee to Atlanta and begin the process of planting Renovation Church. His unique background includes contacts from the world of professional sports and the music industry. At the University of Oklahoma, Crump was an All-American wrestler and defensive end for the Sooner football team; he went on to play professional football for the New Orleans Saints. He has been in ordained ministry for nine years and holds graduate degrees from the University of Tennessee and Resurgence Theological Training Center. He is currently a Master of Divinity student at Reformed Theological Seminary and a member of the Acts 29 church planting network. He and his wife, Breanna, reside in the heart of downtown Atlanta with their three daughters and son.

Carol Compton

Carol Compton

Parent, Volunteer

Carol is a former Sales Manager for the Hospitality Industry and is currently managing a household that includes twin 14-year olds, three adult stepsons, two daughter in-laws and three grandchildren. She has served as chair of many committees at Perimeter Christian School and has also been an active room parent and volunteer in the school. She is an active member of PPPerimeter Church and has led and is currently a part of Women’s discipleship. She lives in Duluth with her Husband Keith and is excited to be a part of the Pathways2Life Board and organization.

Keith Compton

Keith Compton

President, Compton Sales

Keith has over 35 years of experience managing and directing the Manufacturer’s Representative Firm of Compton Sales Inc. He is a member of and currently active in the National Home Builders Association, MANA, Former State President of NADRA and other industry trade associations. He is a former Deacon at Johns Creek Baptist Church and chaired many committees within the church body. He is an active Elder at Perimeter Church and involved in the Parent Connect ministry. Keith lives in Duluth with his wife Carol and has five children and three grandchildren.

David George

David George

Retired, Healthcare Industry

Over the past 30 years, David has held key executive positions with businesses focused on the management and delivery of healthcare services to the nation’s largest payers. He served as chairman and CEO of Healthcare Solutions, a leading healthcare services company providing technology-based healthcare solutions to the nation’s largest payers in the property and casualty market. David served as President of AdvancePCS, the nation’s largest pharmacy benefit manager and health services company, and as a Director and Executive Vice President of the predecessor company, Advance Paradigm, Inc. He also served as Executive Vice President of United Healthcare, a leading health plan and managed healthcare services company. Prior to United Healthcare, David served as President of The Prudential’s Southeastern Healthcare Division and led the healthcare industry’s early development and adoption of broad-based managed healthcare programs. George serves on the board of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, the only national organization dedicated to preventing the legalization and commercialization of the recreational use of marijuana. He currently lives in the Johns Creek area and has 4 children.

Alyse Hensel

Alyse Hensel

Board Secretary - Pathways2Life, Marketing and Operations

Alyse has over 20 years of experience in marketing and communications and brings a diverse resume to assist and propel Pathways2Life to the next level operationally. She was a partner and Vice President of Sales at a small local agency and more recently has provided her skills to other organizations as a contract employee. Alyse lives in Johns Creek with her husband of 20+ years, Greg. Her daughter Sydney attends Georgia Southern and her son Austen attends the University of Georgia.

Frank Sabo

Frank Sabo

Retired, Volunteer

Frank’s professional career has varied from an Associate Editor of a regional travel magazine in Michigan to corporate life as Director of Marketing, Burger King Corporation. And since 1986, Owner/Operator of Sabo Ventures, Inc., which operated a group of Burger King restaurants in Atlanta/Athens. Frank retired August 2015 and over the years he has served both local and international nonprofit ministries as a board member/volunteer serving international youth in need and often at risk. Currently, Frank serves as a Board member, advisor and volunteer to several Atlanta faith-based ministries including Ambassadors for Christ International, City of Refuge, Love Beyond Walls, Pathways2Life and 7 Bridges to Recovery. Frank resides in the Peachtree Corners area with Connie, his wife of 43 years. He has two adult daughters, Chelsea and Taylor.  

Kim Walsh

Kim Walsh

JBS International

Kimberly Walsh has 34 years of experience in the behavioral health field with experience in direct service, clinical practice, non-profit management, and state government administration. She has a Master’s Degree in both Social Work and Public Administration and a Certification in Educational Leadership. Kim is currently a Technical Expert Lead (TEL)/Consultant for JBS International, Inc. leading federal opioid and substance use project implementation across the country. Prior to joining the JBS Team she worked as the Deputy Commissioner overseeing state mental health, substance abuse and intellectual and developmental disabilities systems of care in West Virginia. Throughout Kim’s career, she has held various roles and administratively responsible positions, has worked extensively to address the opioid epidemic, with homeless and housing initiatives, public school systems and social work services, residential treatment (youth and adult), Tribal services coordination, victim services, justice initiatives and crisis and emergency disaster response efforts and has been an adjunct undergraduate and graduate professor for the past 12 years. Kim lives in Alpharetta with her husband, Gerry, and teenaged children, Daelyn and Cayden.