John L. Liechty
John has been an Independent Trustee since 2009 and is a member of the governance and compliance committee.
John is founder and principal of Integrated Financial Planning Solutions, a fee-only financial planning firm in Goshen, Indiana. Previously he served as senior vice president of financial services and president of Praxis Mutual Funds, and he held senior roles at the life insurance company Everence.
John serves on the boards of MEA and the Community Foundation of Elkhart County. Previously, he served on the boards of U.S. SIF, Meritas Mutual Funds and several regional nonprofits.
John earned a Bachelor of Arts in business administration and religion from Bluffton University. He is a Chartered Financial Consultant, a Chartered Life Underwriter and holds the FINRA Series 65.
Nancy S. Taylor
Nancy has served as independent trustee since 2006 and is chair of the governance committee.
She is the twentieth senior minister and CEO of Old South Church in Boston, founded in 1669. Nancy has received several awards and honors for her ministry, including the Emma Willard School’s Distinguished Alumni Award; the Yale Divinity School’s award for Distinction in Congregational Ministry; the Religious Coalition for the Freedom to Marry Building Bridges Award, and the Hewlett Packard Award for Distinguished Leadership in Human Rights.
Nancy co-chairs the Dean’s Advisory Council at Yale Divinity School, and she serves on the advisory boards of both Hebrew College’s Miller Center for Interreligious Life and Boston College’s Center for Religion in American Public Life.
Adrian P. Anderson
Adrian has served as an Independent Trustee since 2007 and is currently chair of the audit committee.
Since the late 1970s, Adrian has held several roles in the financial services industry, including portfolio manager, investment consultant, executive director and CEO. Today he is a tax accountant with Shwiff, Levy & Polo in San Francisco.
Adrian earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Juris Doctor from the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University.
Adrian supports Girl Scouts and the United Nations Children’s Fund. He is founder of a charity golf tournament that has raised more than a half million dollars in scholarship funds for needy students over the past 12 years.
D’Anne has been an Independent Trustee since 2015 and is a member of the audit committee.
She is the audit committee’s qualified financial expert and sustainability/ESG authority and a former senior financial management executive for two Fortune 100 companies.
D’Anne has served on the boards of four public companies and six private company boards across several industries, including retail, medical devices, technology and financial services. She is a senior faculty member of the National Association of Corporate Directors’ In-Boardroom Services practice.
D’Anne earned a Juris Doctor in corporate and securities law from Duke University School of Law, an MBA in finance from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College.
She has held a variety of senior-level positions in the financial services industry, including as chairman, president and CEO of MetLife Advisers, the investment adviser and fund administrator for the Metropolitan Series Fund. She served as chief counsel of MetLife’s Individual Business unit, where she oversaw the legal team responsible for providing advice and representation on matters pertaining to the unit, including the activities of more than 12,000 registered representatives involved in the distribution of securities products, as well as activities involving more than 100 billion dollars in assets under management.
Anne has served on the boards of several corporate entities and mutual funds.
Lindsey Brace Martinez
Lindsey has been an Interested Trustee since 2015.
She is president of StarPoint Advisors and has more than 25 years of experience in institutional investing. Lindsey served as a member of the executive team at Cambridge Associates and held multiple roles during her 15-year tenure, including managing director of global client service and relations and head of consulting for the firm.
Before that, Lindsey worked as a portfolio manager for the Hancock Natural Resource Group and was a management consultant at Booz Allen. Currently she serves on the board at Novatus Energy and on the advisory board for the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. She also serves on the investment committee for the National Geographic Society.
Joe Keefe is President of Impax Asset Management LLC, the North American division of Impax Asset Management Group and investment adviser to Pax World Funds. He is responsible for U.S.‑managed strategies as well as distribution of Impax’s full capabilities across North America.
Prior to joining the firm in May 2005, Joe was President of NewCircle Communications, a strategic consulting and communications firm specializing in corporate social responsibility and public policy communications. He served as Senior Advisor for Strategic Social Policy at Calvert Group from 2003-2005 and as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Citizens Advisers from 1997-2000. He is a former member of the Board of Directors (2000-2006) of US SIF, the trade association representing asset managers and investors engaged in sustainable investing throughout the United States. Before entering the investment management industry, Joe worked in private law practice for 16 years.
Joe holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from the College of the Holy Cross.
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