Five members appointed to the Malone University Board of Trustees

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At their May meeting, the Malone University Board of Trustees unanimously approved five new members.

Board members are appointed to serve for terms that are three years in length and are eligible to serve for as many as three terms.

“It is heartening to see the quality and character of the people willing to step forward and serve as a member of the Malone Board,” said Malone President David King. “We continue to draw people who are committed to our mission and who want to devote their time and resources to ensure the quality of the Malone student experience.”

Joining the Malone Board of Trustees in October are the following:

  • Krista Allison, J.D. Educational Consultant with the Stark County Educational Service Center.  For nearly 20 years, Allison has served in leadership roles at the state, county, and school district level where she advised public officials on education regulations and provided training and coaching to education leaders. She holds a Juris Doctorate from Case Western Reserve University.
  • Reverand Dr. Walter J. Arrington, Pastor, Peoples Baptist Church of Canton. Arrington has served his church for 35 years and is currently in his 40th year of preaching. Arrington’s community service is extensive having served as a trustee of the Canton Community Clinic and chairman of the Greater Canton Martin Luther King Jr. Commission.
  • Deborah Noble '92, J.D. is the Executive Pastor at Alliance Friends Church and serves on the Evangelical Friends Leadership Development Team. She previously served Alliance Friends Church as Pastor of Adult Discipleship and as Youth Pastor. After earning her bachelor’s degree from Malone in social sciences, she went on to earn her law degree from the University of Akron.
  • Dr. Jack Radcliffe '89 serves as Pastor at Ypsilanti Friends Church in Michigan and is owner of Redwood Coaching, an optimized health, fitness, relationships, and career services program. Radcliffe previously served as Dean at the Tennessee Conference United Methodist Church Youth Ministry Institute. He conducts workshops on a wide range of leadership and adolescent topics at schools and has authored several papers and publications. Radcliffe earned a Doctor of Ministry degree at Fuller Theological Seminary, and a Master of Divinity from Ashland Theological Seminary after studying Christian Ministries at Malone.
  • Dr. Geoff Schultz has been the Senior Pastor at North Olmsted Evangelical Friends Church since 1995.  The church has experienced steady growth under his leadership. A native of Richwood, Ohio, Schultz attended Asbury College for his undergraduate degree and earned a Master of Divinity from the Asbury Theological Seminary where he also earned his Doctor of Ministry Degree.