Capital Campaign Cabinet

Roger Day, Honorary Chair, is a children’s singer and songwriter, and winner of a Parents’ Choice® award. Roger performs over 100 concerts nationwide each year, and, being an Eagle Scout and father of an Eagle Scout, is active in the Boy Scouts of America.

John Moore is the Superintendent of Leeds City Schools and is the parent of Winnataska campers. He is active in the St. Clair County community and is currently also attending law school at Cumberland.

Karen Moore, CPA with Pearce, Beville, Leesburg, Moore, P.C., also serves the Camp Winnataska and Friends of Winnataska boards as Treasurer.

Anne Mitchell is an attorney with Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC with a long list of community service activities. She and her family have been associated with Winnataska since the 1950s.

Tom Bell is a minister active in The North Alabama Conference of The United Methodist Church, and a well-loved member of the St. Clair County community.

Dr. Lane Rutledge, Medical Director of the UAB Biochemical Genetics Lab, is trained and board certified in Genetics and Biochemical Genetics, Pediatrics and Neurology, with special qualification in child neurology. Dr. Rutledge has been listed in the Best Doctors in America since 1994.

Bill Cather is the owner of Cather Printing, active in the Boy Scouts of America, and a graduate of Virginia Military Institute.Cameron McKinley was the 2007 Alabama Teacher of the Year, and is now the technology integration coach for Hoover City Schools, and their middle school Cross Country coach.

Roger Day, Honorary Chair, is a children’s singer and songwriter, and winner of a Parents’ Choice® award. Roger performs over 100 concerts nationwide each year, and, being an Eagle Scout and father of an Eagle Scout, is active in the Boy Scouts of America.

Dr. Pat Hart Terry is a highly respected nutritionist with more than 30 years of experience as a registered and licensed dietitian and is chair of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Samford University. The editor of Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen Equals One Healthy Cookbook, she also writes a newspaper column, “In Season.”

Merrill Stewart, Cabinet Advisor, and owner Stewart Perry Construction, is a community advocate, who has volunteered his time in leadership positions for various civic, trade and non-profit organizations, social clubs and independent schools.

Mary Ann Smith-Janas is the President of Marketry, Inc., a Birmingham company she founded in 1995. A marketing researcher and planner, she has handled hundreds of projects for a diverse array of national clients.

Jim Bates is a Vice-President with Regions Timber Management and is a forestry expert, as well as a Winnataska camper parent.

Chris Vizzina of The Vizzina Group and Red Diamond, is considered a rising star by many in the Birmingham culinary community. Chef Vizzina is the recipient of multiple award nominations, including four for the prestigious Silver Plate Award and one for the distinguished Fame Award.

Chris Barnes is the manager of Alabama Power Company office in Leeds and is an advocate for children’s opportunities.Jim Bates is a Vice-President with Regions Timber Management and is a forestry expert, as well as a Winnataska camper parent.

Capital Campaign Working Team
Capital Campaign Working Committee