Executive Director, President
Andrea Hall has a Master of Science in Education and a Bachelor of Science in Math Education. In the past she has served as the Education Director for another nonprofit organization, Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc.. With over 12 years of experience in education, over 3 years of experience in homeschooling and her experience with nonprofits, Andrea Hall is well equipped to serve as president and executive director of EPIC HOMESCHOOL NETWORK, INC..
Andrea also oversees the Membership Committee who plans EPIC Events (Field Trips, Summer Camps, etc.), communicates with Members.
Assistant Executive Director, Vice President
Damon Hall has a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and is a successful entrepreneur. With his background in education Mr. Hall brings solid tools to assist parents in home education. In addition to this background Damon has raised funds and he is very familiar with the process. Finally Damon’s background as a plumber gives him knowledge of codes, costs of repairs and building structures from the ground up.
Damon oversees the Fundraising Committee who will create activities to raise funds for the organization from the general public and/or members and serves on the Building Committee.
Alicia Shelly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and is a Medical Doctor. She has served as the treasurer for the Oakwood University Alumni Association, Joseph Hinson Chapter. She is organized and able to maintain and deposit all funds.
Alicia also oversees the Scholarship Committee who is responsible for creating the criteria for each scholarship, establishes timelines for submissions, and evaluates the submissions.
Ulrick Graham holds a BArch (a professional) degree in Architecture from Andrews University. He has experience inDesign, design thinking, information systems, customer service, and entrepreneurship.
Ulrick oversees the Building Committee who searches for facilities and/or seeks contractors to build a facility to meet the specifications of the organization.
Rochelle Carter Petty
In addition to being an award-winning entrepreneur of 7 years, Rochelle Carter-Petty has participated on several nonprofit boards over the years in leadership capacity. She has been a board member for Women Entrepreneur’s of Oregon, Portland’s First Leadership and Entrepreneurship Charter High School, Edunology, and the Multnomah County Friends of the Library. Combined with her 10+ years of lauded project management and Human Resources background, she offers a wealth of leadership experience that can both support the President and manage the nonprofit when necessary.
Rochelle also oversees the Marketing/Advertisement Committee which handles marketing materials, website and PR.