President: Susan Wommack
Susan Wommack is a graduate of the University of Texas- Austin and Baylor Law School. She currently serves as Senior Director of Development at Baylor Law School. Prior to her role at the law school, Susan spent over 12 years as Gift Planning Attorney for Baylor’s University Development office. Her legal work includes several years as an insurance defense attorney in Dallas then serving as counsel for Brazos Electric Power Cooperative in Waco, Texas. Susan and her husband, Chris, are active members of First Baptist Church of Woodway where Chris served as Associate Pastor of Worship for 18 years. For fun, Susan loves to workout, read, and keep the house full of company. Chris and Susan enjoy traveling and their kids give them fun places to visit: Alex is currently a stage manager with Seattle Repertory Theater and Chase is serving with Tees Valley Youth for Christ in the United Kingdom.
Vice President: Cindy Gough
Cindy Gough is a Realtor with Camille Johnson, Realtors and loves her community and helping clients as well as helping others in her community. She spends many hours serving her community and is involved in her church at Highland Baptist in Waco. Cindy has served on multiple Boards in different agencies across the Waco area. Cindy is a big Baylor Bear fan and loves spending her time off with her family and her grand baby Barron.
Treasurer: Carie Ford
Carie Ford, clinical professor of accounting, joined the Baylor faculty in the fall of 2006. She holds a Ph.D. from Texas Tech University and an MBA and BBA in accounting from Baylor University. Prior to joining the Baylor faculty, Ford worked as an accountant for Lincoln Property Company in Dallas, accounting instructor at East Texas Baptist University, and part-time instructor at Texas Tech University during the five years of her doctoral program. She is a member of Harris Creek Baptist Church. Carie and her husband Jason have three children: Reese, Mason, and Lily. In addition to keeping up with her kids, Carie enjoys being outdoors, playing and watching sports, and vacationing at the beach.
Member: Nancy Gupton
Nancy Gupton is the head of Business Development at American Guaranty Title. She is a member of First United Methodist Church in Waco. Nancy was raised as a child to be involved in her community. She enjoys volunteering her time because she gets to meet the most fascinating people and work alongside individuals that want to make a difference in our community and who share in the same mission. She is married to Wade Gupton and has two boys, Will and Robert. Nancy enjoys shopping, listening to music, traveling to the beach and spending time with friends. She also enjoys watching college football, basketball and pro football with family and friends.
Member: Kathy Maxey
Member: Debbie Miner
Debbie Miner is an Annuity Marketing Specialist for Liberty Bankers Life. She is a member of Columbus Avenue Baptist Church and actively involved in ministry as a first grade Sunday School Teacher, Kids Hope volunteer and serves on various committees. She volunteers her time in the community first and foremost because of her love for Jesus and secondly because of her love for Waco and its people. Serving allows her to show Christ’s love to others. She has two sons, Pierce and Harrison and a daughter, Chandler. In her free time she enjoys being physically active, watching Baylor sports and doing needlework.
Member: Wes Peyton
Wes Peyton is a graduate of Texas A & M University, South Texas College of Law, practiced law in Hearne, Texas and served as County Judge of Robertson County. In 1991, he was employed as a Hearing Officer by the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation and retired from that position in October 2013. Wes and his wife, Sami, are active members of the Robinson Church of Christ, and have three sons and six grandchildren. Wes has a passion to honor God and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through local missions and international missions in India, Mexico, and Costa Rica.
Member: Mike Pool
Member: Howard Rolf
Howard Rolf is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Vanderbilt University, and is a retired Baylor University Professor of Mathematics. He is a member of First Baptist Church, Waco where he serves as a deacon and trustee. He has four children and eight grandchildren. Some of his more rewarding volunteer experiences have been mentoring at North Waco Elementary School (no longer exists), and joining FBC college students on their spring break mission trips.