Board & Leadership Council

Meet our board members and learn about the role of our Justice for Girls Leadership Council.

Audrey Moran

Position: Board Member
: Audrey Moran is the former Executive Vice President of Baptist Health and the President of Baptist Health Foundation in Jacksonville, Florida. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Syracuse University and received her juris doctorate from Duke University’s School of Law. Moran has enjoyed a broad and varied career, ranging from serving as a top prosecutor at the State’s Attorney’s office to Chief of Staff for former Mayor John Delaney to the CEO of the Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless. At Baptist Health, Audrey has five significant areas of responsibility: community health, philanthropy, behavioral health, pastoral care and the women’s health strategy. She serves on the board of directors of the LeRoy Collins Public Policy Institute at Florida State University and is Chair of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce. She is an active member of the Women’s Giving Alliance and has previously served as a trustee for the Jessie Ball duPont Fund.

Audrey Moran

Board Member

Kay Cunningham

Position: Secretary & Treasurer
: Ms. Cunningham served as President and Chief Operating Officer of PAR, Inc., a privately-held Florida-based company that develops and distributes psychological assessments throughout the world. With over thirty years of experience working with nonprofits serving girls and young women, Cunningham currently serves as an advisor to PACE Center for Girls in Hillsborough, FL and is a member of United Way Women’s Leadership. Cunningham earned an accounting degree at the University of Alabama and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of South Florida. Additionally, Cunningham hold certifications as a public accountant and an employee benefit specialist. “As we embark on our two-year anniversary of the Policy Center, we welcome Kay’s seasoned guidance as we continue to develop and expand girl centered, trauma informed services to meet the needs of our community. Kay’s extraordinary depth of knowledge in providing advocacy and services for girls will be an asset as we create a service network to meet the needs of our most vulnerable girls,” said Dr. Lawanda Ravoira, president and CEO of the Policy Center.

Kay Cunningham

Secretary & Treasurer

Inger Loftheim Geraghty

Position: Vice Chair
: Inger was raised around the world as the daughter of an Army Officer allowing her from a very young age to immerse herself in different cultures and giving her the appreciation and respect for diversity and importance of inclusion. The experience broadened her understanding of global issues. She returned to Florida to graduate with a business degree from Stetson University. Inger went on to have a successful sales and leadership career in the corporate world, earning many distinctions including being recognized by the Jacksonville Business Journal as a Woman of Influence. She went on to join her family’s sixth generation paint company as their Chief Marketing Officer, which was a childhood dream to follow in her Grandfather’s path. Today, Inger is focused on raising her three boys, traveling with her husband and utilizing her business skills to advance the cause of numerous philanthropic efforts. She currently sits on the board of the American Heart Association and the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center. She previously served on the Lung Association board. Inger has successfully chaired the Go Red for Women luncheon raising record setting dollars for research on the impacts and life saving technology in heart disease in women. She recently co-chaired the Heart Ball with her husband, and together with the community they achieved $1 Million of dedicated funds to benefit the life saving work of the American Heart Association. Inger has also chaired the annual See the Girl luncheon, multiple MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation galas, Making Stride Against Breast Cancer and the Lung Force Walk.

Inger Loftheim Geraghty

Vice Chair

Dr. Sherry P. Magill

Position: Chair
: Sherry Magill is the former president of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund. Prior to joining the fund’s staff in 1991 as the program officer for education, Magill served as vice president and deputy to the president of Washington College. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Alabama and a doctorate in American Studies from Syracuse University. Magill holds an honorary doctorate of humane letters from both Jacksonville University and Randolph-Macon College. In addition to having served as chair of the State of Florida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission, the PACE Center for Girls state board, and the Florida Funders Group, Magill is past president of the Jacksonville Women’s Network board, a past member of the Southeastern Council of Foundations board, the Leadership Jacksonville board, the Southern Education Foundation board, the Delaware Association of Nonprofit Agencies board, and is a founding member and past chair of the Florida Philanthropic Network. Currently, she serves as vice chair of the Council on Foundations’ board and is a member of the Council of Independent Colleges’ board. She is an alumni member of Leadership Jacksonville, Class of 1993, and Leadership Florida, Class XIV. She has been an outspoken advocate for philanthropy and the roles she contends society should play in assisting those in need.

Dr. Sherry P. Magill


John C. Taylor

Position: Board Member
: John Taylor is a Jacksonville native who has lived on Amelia Island for the past 20 years. He was a founding member of Taylor, Day, Grimm & Boyd law firm, from which he retired recently after 43 years of practice. He is and has been actively involved in community activities, including president of Planned Parenthood of Northeast Florida and chair of the local and regional Boys & Girls Clubs. In addition to serving on the board of the Policy Center, Taylor currently serves on the board of the Amelia Island Plantation Community Association, and WJCT. He is a 1967 graduate of Sewanee, The University of the South, and a 1970 graduate of the University of Florida College of Law. He is married to Julia Taylor with two sons, Champneys and Reid, and a daughter-in-law, Anna.

John C. Taylor

Board Member

Leadership Council

Bill Adams

Clanzenetta “Mickee” Brown

Peggy Bryan

Lakesha Burton

Nancy Chartrand

Lisé Everly

Steve Halverson

Yvette Hyater-Adams

James A. Kowalski, Jr.

Jennifer Lee

Trisha Meili

Susan Remmer Ryzewic

Julia W. Taylor

Joan Amery VanVleck

Delores Barr Weaver

The Justice for Girls: Leadership Council’s work began in 2007 and culminated in the opening of the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center.  Today, the Leadership Council serves as an advisory council to the Policy Center.

The Leadership Council’s specific responsibilities include:

  • Using the information provided by Policy Center staff to gain an understanding of how Duval County girls enter the juvenile justice system and why change is required.
  • Critiquing recommendations for systemic change.
  • Using community connections and expertise to help raise awareness in the community and inspire meaningful action.
  • Assisting with the execution and/or implementation of the final recommendations by leveraging relationships and resources within the community.