Board of Directors
Our Governing Board
The board serves as vision keepers who support our organization by advising, fundraising and monitoring the financial health of the agency.
6 Board Committees
Goodman Community Center Board of Directors
Souphaphone Maddox, President
Souphaphone Maddox is a Director and Private Wealth Advisor with BMO Wealth Management. She serves as the lead client advisor for individuals, families and organizations. Souphaphone and her team provide a comprehensive range of financial services, including investment management, financial planning, tax and estate planning, banking and wealth education.
An immigrant to this country, Souphaphone arrived in the United States at the age of four. Her parents lived through the turmoil and tragedies of the Lao Civil War and made the journey to the United States for a better life. Adapting to the new cultural, social and intellectual experiences were some of many challenges her family had to endure. Her parents always emphasized the importance of family and community, hard work, and education. She credits her experience as an immigrant as one reason for her perseverance and motivation to help others.
Souphaphone is very passionate about wealth education. She currently serves on the BMO National Employee Advisory Council and the leadership team for the BMO’s Women and Wealth Initiative. She has led a series of events and interactive seminars for women to equip them with the necessary information and tools for managing their wealth and making informed decisions for their families. She wants to empower women and their families through education and providing services that enable women to educate the next generation about financial matters. She also has a passion for educating young women about the endless career choices within the financial services industry.
Souphaphone is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison, School of Business. She has lived in the Madison area for over thirty-five years. When she isn’t volunteering, mentoring and educating women and girls, she loves to travel, try new recipes, and spend time with her family.
Rebecca Gerothanas, Vice President
Rebecca Gerothanas is the Chief Operations Officer at Summit Credit Union, in Madison, one of the largest credit unions in Wisconsin. Ms. Gerothanas has 24 years of experience in the financial industry, serving in a senior manager capacity for the last 16 years. In her current position, she oversees the branch network, contact center, operations, facilities, and risk management. Prior experience includes roles within marketing and public relations. Ms. Gerothanas served on the United Way Marketing Committee for seven years.
Ms. Gerothanas is a native Madison resident and alum of East High School. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science.
Adam Barnes, Treasurer
Adam Barnes was named Wisconsin’s Associate Athletic Director of Business Operations / Chief Financial Officer in July 2019. In this role, he oversees business office operations, including UW Athletics' nearly $160 million budget.
Prior to joining Wisconsin Athletics, Barnes served as the Chief Financial Officer for OneEvent Technologies, a start-up focused on life and property safety solutions, where he oversaw finance and M&A activities. Before OneEvent, Barnes was the Vice President of Finance & Operations for the Center for Advanced Studies in Business, Inc. ("CASB"), a 501(c)(3) organization affiliated with the Wisconsin School of Business and the Center for Professional and Executive Development ("CPED") where he oversaw the finance and operations of CPED and was responsible for the Fluno Center, a full-immersion conference center on the Wisconsin campus. Prior to joining CASB, Barnes worked in public accounting for Grant Thornton LLP in the audit practice. In addition to his work with the Goodman Community Center, Adam serves on the Audit Committee for Blackhawk Church and volunteers coaching youth sports.
Barnes is a Certified Public Accountant and received a Master of Professional Accountancy degree and a BBA in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
He and his wife, Andrea, have two children.
Jalanda Gibonéy, Secretary
Jalanda Gibonéy is a Human Resource Director at a local non-profit organization where she oversees talent management, staff development, benefits administration, recruitment, payroll, and overall human resource management. Jalanda serves on the GCC HR/OD and Program committee. Jalanda’s mix educational and work experience range from health care, higher education, consulting, project and event planning, and student support programming.
In her spare time, Jalanda enjoys spending time with her family, continuous learning, cooking, and reading.
Kesha Bozeman has more than 13 years of experience at top Fortune 100 companies. She is affiliated with iconic brands that delivered on what they promised in a memorable way. Brands such as Frosted Flakes, Special K, The Disney Company, Kraft, and Lunchables, to just name a few. Kesha is excited to join American Family Insurance in April 2018 as the Enterprise Brand Director and will be responsible for the vision, mission, goals, and strategies for the American Family brand and subsidiary brands.
Kesha considers herself to be a continuous learner and comes from a family lineage of educators, community advocates, veterans, and politicians. By nature and nurture, she is committed to organizations that improve communities and address systemic issues. The opportunity to work with the Goodman Community Center hits a sweet spot of parlaying her marketing and community experience to help create a community where everyone can thrive.
Kesha is a native of Austin, Texas. She earned her B.A in from Texas State University and completed her M.B.A from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is married to Steven Bozeman, Dealership Owner and Real Estate Professional. Together they have one fearless daughter, Ava Grace, residing in Middleton, Wisconsin.
Until April 2007 Holly was Chairman of The Wisconsin Cheeseman, Inc. In April 2007 Holly completed the successful sale of The Cheeseman. Holly is currently CEO of LOMOT - 'Life on My Own Terms'. :) Holly enjoys involvement in the community and devotes many hours of support to various organizations which focus on women’s issues, mental health, and at-risk populations. Proud mother of two wonderful children, Becca (born 1987) and Brad (born 1990). Husband, Jim, has left the corporate world pursuing a career as an author. Both are Northwestern University Wildcats! Holly loves to laugh and travel!
Community activities include: (formerly) AnchorBancorp Board of Directors; Unity Point Meriter Hospital and Health Services Board; United Way of Dane County Board of Directors and Foundation; Salvation Army, A Fund for Women; Foundation for Madison Public Schools; Second Harvest; Madison College Foundation; UW School of Education board of Visitors(currently) DAIS Trustee Council; Cremer Foundation; Unity Point Meriter Foundation; Tempo Madison. Awards: YWCA Woman of Distinction; United Way Woman of the year Philanthropy; Charming Shoppes VOICES Award
Steve King is the retired Executive Director of University of Wisconsin Business School’s Center for Professional and Executive Development. Steve continues to teach at Wisconsin's Center for Professional and Executive Development and in Northwestern's executive education programs. He also teaches in Wisconsin's EMBA program and the engineering school's Masters of Engineering Management program.
Mr King is a native of Iowa and graduated from the University of Iowa and the University of Wisconsin with degrees in economics. For ten years he worked with the Wisconsin Vocational and Technical Colleges in the northern part of the state before moving to Chicago where he work for many years with three organizations – BMO/Harris, Hewitt Associates, and Baxter Healthcare. Mr. King held various senior human resource roles at the companies including a seven year stint as the head of HR at Hewitt.
While in Chicago Mr, King served on many boards including twelve years on a suburban school board, time on the board of the Chicago Sinfonnia, and membership on several regional UU boards. He is a member of the advisory board for Morehouse College in Atlanta. He also serves on the advisory board for select small businesses.
Kyle Stacey, is the VP, Controller at Exact Sciences and has been at Exact Sciences since April 2009. Exact Sciences is a molecular diagnostics company, headquartered in Madison, WI, currently focused on the early detection and prevention of some of the deadliest forms of cancer. At Exact Sciences, Kyle oversees the company's finance function as it relates to accounting, financial reporting, treasury, and operational execution. Prior to joining Exact, Kyle served as a financial statement auditor for Grant Thornton in their Madison office, with a primary focus on technology companies and SEC registrants. He earned a Bachelor's degree in accounting and a Masters of Accountancy from the University of Arkansas, and is a CPA registered in the state of Wisconsin.
DeVon L. Wilson, M.S. Ed.
DeVon Wilson is the Founding Director of the Center for Academic Excellence and Assistant Dean and Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator in the College of Letters & Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to his position in the College of Letters & Science, DeVon Wilson is currently a Research Associate in the Wisconsin Equity & Inclusion Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he is focusing on the human capital development within the higher education sector.
DeVon earned a B.A. in Psychology from Beloit College and M.S. Ed. in Adult and Continuing Education from Northern Illinois University with a specialization in Higher Education. For the past 24 years, DeVon worked in the areas of enrollment management, undergraduate research, Federal TRiO Programs, Student Affairs and Student Academic Affairs to increase the access of first-generation, students from economically depressed communities, and multicultural students to higher education and develop a pipeline to highly competitive graduate, medical, and law schools as well as high-demand industries. DeVon is also the founder of RSG Media Group focused on broadening participation in the sports media market sector.
Maya Zahn Rhine
Maya S. Zahn Rhine is a shareholder at Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren in Madison, WI, specializing in commercial real estate (acquisitions, dispositions, leases, financing) and institutional investor services (with a particular focus on real estate funds). Before joining Reinhart, Maya practiced law in Indiana, focusing on energy and mineral law-related real estate. She currently serves on the State Bar of Wisconsin's Diversity and Inclusion Oversight Committee. Prior board service includes Housing Initiatives, Inc., an organization that works to provide housing for homeless veterans and other individuals in Madison.
Maya grew up in Green Bay, WI, and attended St. Norbert College and the University of Minnesota Law School. She, her husband, and their two young sons reside in Madison. When not working or chasing after her children, Maya enjoys reading, playing the violin, and cheering on her beloved Green Bay Packers.
Non-Board Committee Members
Meghan Blake-Horst is a lifelong Madisonian that has grown up in the Atwood neighborhood and currently resides on the near eastside with her husband, two children and an exchange student from France. Meghan went to preschool, after school and volunteered at GCC as a young adult before joining the Board for six years. She spent 10 years running a community based Art Gallery, Absolutely Art, on Atwood and worked closely with the Goodman Community Center on many projects.
Meghan currently works for the City of Madison as the Street Vending Coordinator overseeing the food cart, sidewalk cafe, merchant vending, art & craft vending and game day vending program. As part of her work with the City Meghan is a co-lead for the Darbo/Worthington Park Neighborhood Resource Team.
Meghan also works with Dane Arts on a project called DABL (Dane Arts Buy Local) working to support local artists to build their businesses and make a living through their art. Meghan is driven by community and is proud to sit on the Development Committee at the Goodman Community Center and to call Madison home.
Lori Buechler Vogel is a retired MMSD elementary school and middle school science teacher. She taught many years at Lowell Elementary and Hamilton Middle School. She spends most of her time supporting students in Science Olympiad. Ms. Vogel got involved with Goodman Community Center through the family legacy of Vogel Bros. Building Co.'s commitment to the center.
Jason Joanis, CFA, is a Director, Senior Portfolio Manager for BMO Wealth Management in Madison. He is a graduate of St. Norbert College with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a minor in Economics. He worked at the St. Norbert Survey Center and played on the varsity football team.
Jason has been with BMO since early 2010, and feels the most rewarding aspect of his job is experiencing the clients’ journey to a successful investment plan. In his free time, Jason is President of the CFA Society Madison and coaches his children's sports teams. Jason lives in Fitchburg with his wife, Erin, and their four children.
Darrell Stroud is retired. He recently served as a Vice President and Senior Private Banker at BMO Private Bank from 2014 to 2018. He has more than 20 years of working with and lending to high net worth individuals, and more than 30 years of consumer and commercial lending experience.
Darrell’s prior experience was with U.S. Bank from 1987 to 2013. He received is BA from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa and his MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management in Milwaukee.
He has been a member of the Community Partnerships Committee, Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools, Community Advocates United for Sustainable Employment, Madison Minority Business Advisory Board and the Exchange Club of Madison for the Prevention of Child Abuse. Darrell has served on the boards of the Madison Children’s Museum and Family Service Inc. and was a former chairperson of the Wisconsin Capital Chapter of the March of Dimes.
Human Resources/Organizational Development Committee
Lauri Morris has provided legal and business advice and representation to Wisconsin and national entities for more than 20 years. She was a partner in the Madison office of Quarles & Brady LLP, a national corporate law firm where she was a member of the Labor and Employment, and Litigation, Practice Groups for more than 14 years. Prior to joining Quarles & Brady LLP she was a partner in the Madison law firm of Stroud, Willink & Howard where, in addition to practicing employment law, she counseled businesses in the areas of corporate, real estate, estate planning and contract law.
Dulce Danel Uribe
Dulce Maria Danel serves as a Student Recruitment and Community Outreach Coordinator at Madison College. She is also the current Vice-Chair of United Way’s Education Community Solutions Team and has previously served on the Academic Success Community Solutions Team. A Texas native, Dulce is a first generation college student who received her master's in Communication from the University of Texas-Pan American. Before starting her career in education, she worked in the basketball industry with NCAA D1 and NBA G-League teams. After making the move to Wisconsin, Dulce discovered her passion of working with students to encourage college as an achievable option. Her goal is to champion diversity, inclusion, and equity to actively close the gaps in our community through education.
Before Madison College, Dulce served as the Admissions Communications and Marketing Coordinator and New Student Seminar Instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. During her time at UW-W, Dulce led the King/Chavez freshmen cohort Learning Community which is composed of 22 freshmen scholars and is designed to support and retain scholars for participation in the McNair Scholars Program, University Honors Program, and Undergraduate Research Program. She also served as the advisor for UW-W’s Latinos Unidos student organization.
Layla Sanchez (Program Participant)
Layla has participated in both LOFT and TEENWorks programming at GCC. She is going to be a Junior at La Follette high school this Fall. She actively works on our Catering and Preservation Teams, while supporting our meal distribution efforts during COVID-19. She recently got her driver’s license and has been using it to increase her neighborhood babysitting and dog walkingservices.
Carlos Soriano Gomez (Program Participant)
Carlos has participated in both LOFT and TEENWorks programming at GCC. He will be a Junior at East high school this Fall. He actively works on our Catering and Preservation Teams, with plans to be a leader of the upcoming Mural Arts project. In his spare timehe enjoys playing video games and kicking it outside with friends.