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Board Members


Keith A. Davidson

Keith, a Certified Public Accountant, began his career with Arthur Andersen & Company in Tampa, Florida. Currently, Mr. Davidson is a Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Walton Communities, LLC, a Cobb County based apartment development company specializing in the development, construction and management of apartment communities for families. He recently served as a Commissioner for the Marietta Housing Authority. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Atlanta Apartment Association and on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Affordable Housing Coalition. Keith formerly served on the Advisory Board of Student Venture of Cobb County.

Keith is a Graduate of Florida State University, where he earned a B.S. degree in Accounting, graduating cum laude. He and his wife Terri have three children and a granddaughter.

Terri Davidson

Terri graduated from Florida State University with a degree in elementary education. After teaching a few years, she became a full time homemaker. She delights in her roles as wife, mother and now, grandmother.

Terri served in Bible Study Fellowship in various leadership positions. She has also led neighborhood Bible Studies for women and enjoys mentoring younger women. Terri and her husband, Keith, have three grown children and a granddaughter.

Jeanine Marlow

Jeanine received her ABJ in Advertising and PR from The University of Georgia and worked for the Georgia Press Association and later for The Marietta Daily Journal and Neighbor Newspapers, Inc.  She and Dan fell in love in college and married a few years later. Once their eldest daughter was born, Jeanine stayed home to be a full-time mom and wife to their four children. During that time, she served on numerous volunteer committees and boards. As the children grew, Jeanine returned to work part-time in children’s ministry at Wesleyan Fellowship Church. Now that the children are grown, Jeanine is the director of communications & marketing at Cornerstone Preparatory Academy. 

She and Dan enjoy cheering on the Bulldawgs, time at the lake, and doting on their “fifth child”, their Shih Tzu, Burton. They serve on the Parent Leadership Council at Anderson University and are members of North Metro Church. They help lead a Surviving a Prodigal Bible study each winter in West Cobb.

Dan Marlow

After graduating from The University of Georgia, where he attended on a football scholarship, with a BA in Economics, Dan entered the Air Force as a pilot. From the Air Force, Dan was hired by Delta Air Lines as a pilot, where he flew for almost 20 years. Due to medical issues, he then began a second career as a business consultant.

Dan serves on his local HOA and was an active Boy Scout leader.  He loves to water and snow ski. He and Jeanine are enjoying their empty nester years. Together, they serve on the Parent Leadership Council at Anderson University and are members of North Metro Church. They help lead a Surviving a Prodigal Bible study each winter in West Cobb.

Alan Dimick 

Alan  is a graduate of the University of Vermont with a B.A. in Political Science.  After a short time in the food and restaurant business with Marriott and Sodexo, he began a 25 year career at UPS.

Working primarily in human resources, he held various positions in the Northeast, and Southwest.  He and his family moved to the Atlanta area in 2002 to accept an assignment at the UPS Corporate Office where he served as the Corporate Learning and Development Manager until his retirement.

Since then he has worked with several volunteer organizations, and along with his wife Sue has enjoyed spending time with their 2 sons, family in New England, and doing some traveling.

Sue Dimick

Sue received her BA in business from Johnson State College in Vermont, and worked in commercial real estate development  until the birth of their two sons, and then became a full time homemaker.  Sue volunteers extensively, is a member of the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary and is a board member  for Back Pack Blessing in Marietta.

Sue and Alan enjoy traveling and summers at their lake cottage in New Hampshire.