The KFAST board of directors includes Kansans who give their volunteer time to further the goals and mission of KFAST.
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Sue Bolley - President
Sue was an educator in Topeka Public Schools for 22 years and now is serving her second four year term on their school board in her retirement.
Greta Johnston - Secretary
Greta is married and has two children. She received her bachelors in communication disorders and her masters in speech language pathology. She has enjoyed working in the elementary setting for the past 15 years. In her off time, she enjoys taking trips with her family, helping out at her children's schools and volunteering at her church. Greta is honored to be a KFAST board member and believes in supporting education at all levels.
Kara Schuetz - Director
Kara has been a School Psychologist, Early Childhood Special Education Coordinator, and Coordinator of School Psychology within the public school system. She recently completed her doctorate in Educational Leadership. She is an advocate for education and students with disabilities. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and volunteering in the community.
Ken Park - Treasurer
John Biggs - Director
John is a lifelong resident of Kansas and was a participant in the Leadership Kansas Program. He’s toured as a professional musician and taught American History at the high school level. For the past 30 years, John has worked as a fundraiser for non-profit organizations supporting arts, health, education, social service, spiritual pathways, and medical research. Currently, he’s a fundraising consultant working out of the Kansas City area. His daughter received an outstanding education attending Kansas public schools; and John encourages all Kansans to, once again, support quality in our state's education system at all levels!
Richard Davis - Director
Richard is married, the father of a son and has two stepchildren. He started a Watch Dog program at his son's elementary school. He liked the idea of fathers and male role models being more involved in their child's life and school day. He was excited to be able to start this program and saw the success and difference it made in the kids' lives. He voluntarily teaches the Boot Camp for New Dads at St. Francis Hospital. He likes being able to share his experience as a dad and also provide valuable information to new dads. He is employed with the Target Distribution Center and was awarded the Best in Community Award in 2014. Richard believes
in giving back and helping out in the community. He believes it's been an honor to have been selected to be on the KFAST board.
Brenda Davis - Director