3 Days 40 Campers
Executive Team:

Please feel free to contact us at:

Sheilah A. Doyle Foundation
1100 Jorie Blvd., Suite 100
Oak Brook, IL 60523
P: 708-885-3900
E: contactus@sadfund.org

Kevin Doyle: President of Board and Executive Director - kevin@sadfund.org

Kelly Paroubek: Director of Fundraising and Events - kellyp@sadfund.org

Kristin Doyle: Director of Camps & Outreach - kristin@sadfund.org

Kelly Doyle: Director of Administration - kelly@sadfund.org

Board of Directors:

Kevin Doyle
Founder and Board President

Kevin Doyle lost his mother to homicide in 1993, at the age of 17. After putting himself through college and starting his own business, Kevin formed the Sheilah A. Doyle Foundation in 2009, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides support and assistance to children ages 7-17 whose parent or legal guardian was the victim of homicide. Through his experience, he believes he can be a role model to others who have experienced similar tragedies.

In an effort to reach more children and make an impact in their lives, Kevin Doyle reached out to the Comfort Zone Camp, the nation’s largest bereavement camp for children. The two organizations have created synergy in their passion to help children.

Ronald Holt
Board Member

Ronald Holt is a 20+ year veteran with the Chicago Police Department and Commander/Deputy-Director of the CAPS Implementation Division (Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy). Currently Ronald is Commander of the Special Activities Unit and Citywide Coordinator of the Crime Victim Assistance Program at the Chicago Police Department.

On May 10, 2007, Ronald’s 16-year-old son Blair became an innocent victim to a senseless act of gun violence while riding a CTA bus from school. After the horrible tragedy Ronald was inspired to honor his son and make the argument to youth about the dangers of gangs, guns, drugs and the culture of violence verses the positive impact of education, family values and spiritual enrichment.

In 2009 Ronald Holt was selected as one of 6 recipients by CHICAGO Magazine  as “Chicagoans of The Year Making A Difference in 2009” and beginning in 2010 Ronald was selected by the Mayor’s Office of Chicago to be a part of the Chicago Team to craft a city plan to reduce and end youth violence.

Ronald received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Illinois University. He is currently a student-at-large studying towards a Master’s Degree in Criminal Social Justice.

Greg Cox
Board Member

As President and Chief Operating Officer of Dale Carnegie – Chicago, Greg is a respected sales leader and sought-after coach. His accomplishments are well-known in the global Dale Carnegie organization as well as in the Chicagoland business community. He is actively involved in his church, particularly in men’s ministry. He and his wife Amy live in Wheaton with their 2 children.

Jennifer Bishop Jenkins
Client Advisory Board Member

Jennifer is the sister of Nancy Bishop Langert who was murdered in Winnetka, Illinois in 1990 along with her husband Richard and their unborn child. Jennifer has been a high school history teacher for 25 years, but also entered into a long career working on violence prevention and with victims of crime. In 2005 Jennifer became the National Program Director for Victims and Survivors for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. In 2010 Jennifer ran for Cook County Board. Currently Jennifer runs two victim organizations, one nationally for victims of teen killers, and one for victims’ rights in the state, IllinoisVictims.Org. Jennifer also serves as an advisor to the United States Sentencing Commission, the bi-partisan U.S. Congressional Victims’ Rights Caucus, and the Illinois Coalition for Enforceable Victims’ Rights.

Culley Summers, CPA
Client Advisory Board Member

Culley Summers is Vice President and Director of Accounting & Auditing at The Condon Group, Ltd. located in Tinley Park, IL. He is a CPA with over eighteen years of public accounting experience with international corporations, wholesale distributors and employee benefit plans.

He assists clients with budgeting, financial management and profitability issues. He has worked with numerous clients to help them set up new accounting software, and develop proper systems and internal controls for their financial functions in addition to reviewing their financial statements, quarterly reports and tax returns.

Culley received his Bachelor of Arts in Public Accounting from Illinois Wesleyan University. He is a member the PKF Accounting and Auditing Committee, Illinois Wesleyan Accounting Advisory Council, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), AICPA Employee Benefit Plan Quality Center and Illinois CPA Society.

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