Left to right, back row: Gary Porter, Chris Evans, Janice Brooks, Dr. Mike Myers, Nikki Umphlett, Jeff Bullock, Linda Andrus, Keith Andrus. Front row: John Adams, Dr. Carole Adams, Carey Woodruff, Amy Green, Dr. Max Lyons.
Dr. Carole G. Adams
Dr. Carole G. Adams serves as the second President of FACE following Rosalie J. Slater, founder. She is the lead author and editor of The Noah Plan Principle Approach curriculum. She is also the editor of Nation Makers: the Art of Self-Government, based upon the original Rudiments of America’s Christian History, a primer in America’s Christian history and government to restore the knowledge and purpose of America’s founding to today’s American Christian. Dr. Adams founded and served as Headmaster of Stonebridge School, a Principle Approach demonstration school located in Chesapeake, Virginia. Her life and ministry in Christian education personify her chosen scripture, “Faith working through love,” (Gal. 5:6) as she has encouraged parents, inspired young learners and mentored hundreds of aspiring Christian educators through teaching that imparts the love and liberty of Jesus Christ. E-Mail Carole Adams
Carey Adams Woodruff
Carey Woodruff serves as Executive Vice-President of the Foundation for American Christian Education. After her graduation from Marymount University (B.A).and Regent University (MBA), she founded Ukraine Children’s Project in 1997, a Christian humanitarian ministry to orphans in the Vinnitsa oblast of western Ukraine which she continues to serve today. Carey is the mother of two daughters who attend the FACE demonstration school in Chesapeake, Virginia, StoneBridge School. Her particular interests include painting and furthering the restoration of American Christian education. E-Mail Carey Woodruff
Dr. Max Lyons
Dr. Max Lyons serves as Director of Teaching Services at FACE. He is a teacher, curriculum writer, and conference speaker, specializing in the areas of Bible, history, government, law, economics, and Biblical worldview. He has taught a Biblical worldview adult Sunday school class for two decades and served as teacher and administrator in three Christian schools since 1979. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Virginia Wesleyan College, a Masters in Christian School Administration from Regent University, and a Ph.D. in Christian Education from Whitefield Theological Seminary. Max and Margie have four children and seven grandchildren and they attend Kempsville Presbyterian Church. E-Mail Max Lyons
Dr. Mike Myers
Dr. Mike Myers serves as Director of School Leadership. Mike was a public-school science teacher when he discovered the Principle Approach while attending Regent University in the mid-1980s—a life-altering encounter. Upon earning a Master of Arts degree in School Administration, Mike returned to Lancaster, PA to start Dayspring Christian Academy as a Principle Approach school. Mike has served as headmaster at Dayspring for 33 years. Over the years Mike has trained teachers, students, and parents in America’s Christian history, including the biblical principles government and education. Mike is the author of the book, It’s Time to Remember, America, which is based on his radio spot, Remember, America, which began airing in 1993 and still continues. In addition to his headmaster duties, Dr. Myers is an adjunct professor for Regent University and is the program director for the unfolding Principle Approach master’s degree program for teachers at Bryan College. Mike has joined the FACE staff as Director of School Leadership. God has blessed Mike and Cathy with three grown children and nine grandchildren. Mike can be reached by e-mail at Mike@FACE.net.
Kathy Rader serves as Director of Advancement with F.A.C.E., supporting the Leading Schools initiative and donor development. Kathy retired in June 2022 from StoneBridge School, having served nine years as Head of School and ten years as Director of Advancement. Kathy holds a BA in Economics from Clemson University. Her career includes 30 years of leadership and development experience at area nonprofits in education, health, and community support. The Raders enjoy spending time with their three grandchildren, Noah, Gray, and Leah. Email Kathy Rader
Amy Green serves as Director of Operations for The Foundation for American Christian Education. She has a B.S. in Business Administration from UNC-Greensboro and has worked for FACE for over 10 years. Amy and her husband Rick have two children and her daughter is a graduate of the FACE demonstration school, StoneBridge School. E-Mail Amy Green
Linda Andrus serves as Assistant Editor for Publications at the Foundation for American Education (FACE). She is a Master Teacher and taught at Stonebridge School before a career in marketing and advertising. She has a love of reading, writing, research, and Principle Approach education. Linda resides in Portsmouth, Virginia. She has three married sons and 10 grandchildren. Email Linda Andrus
Laura Fletcher serves as the Office Administrator for the Foundation for American Christian Education. She has a BA in Public Relations from Auburn University and is very pleased to be a part of the FACE family. Laura and her husband, Mark, have three adult children and reside in Smithfield. Passionate about good government and active in conservative politics, Laura is especially proud to be participating in the beautiful, often tumultuous, story that is America. She considers it a privilege to be working shoulder to shoulder with the good men and women of FACE in promoting the treasure of the Word of God through all aspects of Education. E-Mail Laura Fletcher
Chris Evans serves as Program Coordinator. Chris has homeschooled her two children and also worked in promotion, publicity and history events at StoneBridge School. She has been politically active in public policy in conservative and social issues for 35 years. Chris has spent 25 years researching and studying Christian history specializing in the providential history of America and the Virginia Colony. She leads tours to the First Landing site and the historic district specializing in tours to Jamestown. Chris recently published her first book Odyssey of Faith, the Virginia Colony, Jamestown and You, with accompanying coloring book and teacher guide. E-Mail Chris Evans
Katrina Snyder serves as Administrative Assistant for Development. Katrina is originally from New Mexico, but has been brought to Virginia with her husband, Anthony, who serves in the US Navy. They have lived in Charleston, South Carolina, Saratoga Springs, New York and have been living here in Norfolk, Virginia the past 4 years. She has a B.S in Psychology and Sociology from Grand Canyon University and attended Charleston Southern University for some time as well. Katrina was homeschooled from age 4-13 and attended a Principle Approach school – Rio Grande Enrichment Studies – in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Email Katrina Snyder