Seven Homes is governed by a board of directors, with representation from different individuals throughout the private sector. Board members live and work in all parts of the Triad area of North Carolina and meet every other month as a full board and as committees in the off months.
Seven Homes is always looking for new board members who can bring new skills sets and energy to the board. If you have an interest in serving as a board member please contact Ken Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike has been a board member since 2005. He is a Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a bachelors degree in Economics.
Dan Koenig, Chair of the Board
Dan has been a member of the Seven Homes Board of Directors since 2000 and he will be the Chairman of the Board in 2018. Dan is an attorney with the law firm Hoffman Koenig Hering PLLC, where he practices in the areas of family law, employment law, and dispute resolution (including through mediation, collaborative law, and litigation in state and federal courts). He grew up in Greensboro and is a graduate of Ben L. Smith High School, Duke University, and SMU Dedman School of Law. He attends Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greensboro. Dan enjoys traveling with his family, discussing politics and religion, playing tennis, playing the cello, and coaching volleyball. He and his wife, Jennifer, have one daughter, Nelessen.
Alex Hale, Vice Chair
Alex Hale currently serves on the Fundraising committees. Alex has been on the board of Seven Homes since 2014. He graduated from North Carolina State University with a BS in Business Administration.
Derl Curry, Fundraising Chair
Derl has worked for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company for over 31 years in several different roles but is currently a Fleet Sales Manager. He is a dedicated husband and father if 10 children. He is also is the Co-Director of One Child's Voice, a home missions organization created to bring awareness of the need of adoption locally. One Child's Voice is intended to be a voice for children, young or old, that cannot speak for themselves when they're in need of a family.