Mr. Jamar Doyle

Jamar Doyle began his service as President and CEO of the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries in March 2022. Before joining CHHSM, Jamar served as Executive Director of the Greater Collinwood Development Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio, one of the city’s largest community development organizations, charged with fostering equitable and inclusive economic development and community engagement in the Collinwood area of Cleveland. Before working in Collinwood, Jamar worked for ten years at the St. Clair Superior Development Corporation in roles of increasing responsibility, most recently as the organization’s Assistant Director. Civically active in the Cleveland community, Jamar currently serves as Vice President of the board of directors for the Ohio CDC (Community Development Corporation) Association, a 300-member strong statewide association focused on strengthening Ohio’s communities. Jamar also serves as a commissioner on the Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s Bond Accountability Commission, an independent organization created to monitor the expenditure of funds for school construction projects. Jamar grew up in the AME Zion Church and remains active in his family’s home church in Cleveland. Jamar holds a Master’s in Urban Planning, Design, and Development from Cleveland State University’s Levin College of Urban Affairs and a dual B.A. in Political Science and Urban Studies from the University of Pittsburgh.

Ms. Cindy P. Crotty

Cindy P. Crotty currently serves as an advisor to Vocon, a privately held company. She is a retired financial services executive with over 35 years of experience in commercial, retail, private and corporate banking.  She was formerly the Executive Vice President and Regional President of Peoples Bank. She reported to the CEO and was responsible for leading and growing all bank operations for the North Region including retail, commercial, business banking, investment management and insurance. Prior to Peoples Bank Ms. Crotty spent 20 years at KeyCorp, most recently as an Executive Vice President and a member of KeyCorp’s Executive Council, where she was responsible for the Commercial Client segment.  Prior to KeyCorp, she spent 14 years in various corporate finance and wealth management leadership roles at Citibank, NA (now Citigroup, NA).  Ms. Crotty was trustee on the Board of Trustees of the University of Akron and a board member of The Gathering Place, and Hathaway Brown School, is past president and former board member of Beech Brook, retired board member of the Visiting Nurse Association, and was an inaugural member of the United Way Women’s Leadership Council.  She is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and completed the Key Executive Experience at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.

Rev. Dennis Coy

Dennis Coy currently serves as senior pastor of Congregational United Church of Christ in Canton, Ohio – and has served this congregation since early 2014. Mr. Coy serves as Chief Risk Officer for financial institutions. Mr. Coy has served as a member of the United Church of Christ Board of Directors. Mr. Coy is a career investigator and investigations manager in both the public and private sectors with over 20 years of experience as a specialist in the area of White Collar Crimes and financial crimes, in general. Mr. Coy has served as an executive overseeing risk, compliance, and investigations in the banking, financial services, and financial technology (FinTech) sectors. Mr. Coy is also active in his community and has served in various roles with regional and state-wide nonprofit organizations. He has as a B.A. in Legal Studies from Dominican University and attended the University of London for divinity and theological studies.

Rev. (John) Tyler Connoley

John Tyler Connoley is the Conference Minister of the Central Pacific Conference of the United Church of Christ. They have spent most of their adult life serving in the church, first as a lay leader and then as an ordained minister. They grew up in Zambia, where their parents were missionaries in the Wesleyan Church. They came to the United Church of Christ in 2004 and have served in the conference setting of the United Church of Christ since 2014. Rev. Connoley loves connecting people and helping them find their calling, and has years of experience in group and individual discernment processes. Rev. Connoley has been a prophetic voice, advocating for full LGBTQ+ religious inclusion since 1992. A biblical theologian and storyteller, Rev. Connoley has a Master of Arts in Religion and a Master of Divinity, both from Earlham School of Religion. Their undergraduate degree is in Business and Economics from Indiana Wesleyan University. In addition to their ministry activities, Rev. Connoley is a small business owner with their husband.

Rev. Lorraine Ceniceros

Lorraine Ceniceros currently serves as the Conference Minister of the Kansas-Oklahoma Conference, United Church of Christ. Rev. Ceniceros previously served as the Associate Conference Minister for the Southwest Association and the western half of the Southeast Association for the Wisconsin Conference. She has significant ecclesiastical experience, having served for five years on the Central Association Committee on Ministry. Rev. Cenicersos also served as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Southern California Nevada Conference. Rev. Ceniceros has a Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and a Master of Divinity from Claremont School of Theology. She has experience as a local pastor, a pediatric chaplain and most recently, has served as manager of Spiritual Care for Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica. Prior to her entry into ordained ministry, she held several managerial positions.

Ms. Elizabeth Walker, Esq., Chair

Elizabeth Walker has been engaged in the legal profession for over 35 years. Currently, she is a serving in an Of Counsel capacity to Chartwell Law, LLP in their offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Ms. Walker retired from Zurich America Insurance Company in 2018 where she specialized in the field of employment law, educating, training, counseling and defending insured employers. Ms. Walker is a graduate of Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey, where she earned a B.A. in Economics. She attended Colgate Rochester/Bexley Hall/Crozier Theological Seminary studying applied ethics before earning her Juris Doctor Degree from Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is admitted to the bars of the State of New Jersey and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Ms. Walker is an active member of Old First Reformed United Church of Christ where she serves as Chair of the Outreach Leadership Team.  Ms. Walker serves as Moderator Emeritus of the Philadelphia Association of the United Church of Christ and on the Investment & Endowment Committee of the Pennsylvania Southeast Conference of the United Church of Christ. Ms. Walker is a member of the Board of Directors of the United Church of Christ and Chairs the Audit Committee of that Board.  Ms. Walker also serves as that Board’s representative on the Investment Committee of United Church Funds. Also, in the national setting of the United Church of Christ,  Ms. Walker is serving on the Taskforce developing a Manual on the Local Church and on the Racial Equity Advisory Taskforce. Ms. Walker has served on the Cornerstone Fund Board of Directors from 2012-2017 and from 2019 to present. Ms. Walker has served as Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Cornerstone Fund since 2020.