Helping Kids ~ Strengthening Families




Scott Lundy is known to be the leading expert regarding child welfare. He is a tireless advocate for vulnerable children with a passion for engaging the community and empowering those who serve alongside him.

For more than 16 years Scott has led Arrow Child & Family Ministries, first as the Chief Operating Officer and currently the President and CEO. Under Scott’s leadership Arrow has grown to serve more than 4,000 kids and families annually with 20 offices across two states. His focus continues to be the highest quality outcomes for all youth in Arrow’s programs. Scott led the charge for National Accreditations and now Arrow holds accreditations for ECFA, COA, and NCASES. Additionally, he coordinated a spiritual component into all treatment planning, ensuring Arrow kids were given the best opportunities to heal from the trauma of abuse and neglect in mind, body and spirit.

In 2014, Scott was appointed President and CEO of Arrow Child & Family Ministries. His vast experience and visionary leadership include ensuring the children Arrow serves receive care that meets or surpasses federal requirements, managing Arrow’s $60+ million yearly operating budget, and leading efforts to secure public and private service contracts. Under Scott’s leadership, Arrow’s safety and stability outcomes for Arrow children have consistently exceeded state and national standards.

But Scott’s passion for serving vulnerable children and at-risk families doesn’t stop with his role at Arrow. Scott currently serves as an executive board member and past president of the Texas Alliance of Child and Family Services, a foundational member of the Texas Foster Care Redesign Public Private Partnership, and the current Chair of the Committee for Advancing Residential Practices (CARP). He plays a key role in testifying before the Texas Legislature to improve the state child welfare system and advocating for additional resources for child welfare agencies to serve Texas children.

Additionally, Scott is an adoptive father to three children, two of whom were in the child welfare system, which has given him a unique understanding of the struggles children face in the foster care system, and the obstacles foster and adoptive parents must overcome. This deep personal connection to child welfare issues has furthered his passion and has been a motivating factor in his striving for excellence to help kids and strengthen families wherever the need exists.



Jay Pruett currently serves as Chief Operating Officer for Arrow Child and Family Ministries. His primary responsibilities include developing and executing Arrow’s strategic growth plan and fostering relationships with child welfare leaders across the country. Working with other members of Arrow’s leadership team, Jay focuses on formulating strategies that result in unique partnerships being forged between public child welfare institutions and the local church.

Prior to assuming his post at Arrow, Jay was a Principal with The Washington Group, a privately held consulting group based in Atlanta, GA. In this role he provided various consultative services to governmental departments and private agencies seeking to implement community-based systems of care and performance-based contracts. His background in non-profit financial modeling resulted in his selection to rate regulation projects in both Georgia and Wisconsin. He has authored more than 100 program proposals in child welfare, juvenile justice and mental health resulting in nearly $40M in new revenue for his clients.

Jay has spoken extensively across the country on topics ranging from the implementation of evidence-based models to complex systems of care management. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Religion and Psychology and an MBA from Union University. Jay and his wife (an LPC from whom he’s acquired what clinical knowledge he has) live in Birmingham, AL. As the proud parents of five wonderful children, they have no free time.



Emily Riley is the Chief Administrative Officer of Arrow Child & Family Ministries, overseeing the Information Technology, Human Resources, Organizational Improvement, and Facilities support departments. She is dedicated to streamlining and customizing Arrow’s administrative processes, training, and employee resources to support Arrow’s direct care operations in producing positive outcomes for the children and family Arrow serves.

Emily has been with Arrow Child & Family Ministries since 2003, when she became a program assistant for the Arrow Center for Education in Baltimore. She has served in a variety of capacities, most recently leading the Organizational Improvement team at Arrow. She has spent over 15 years developing and expanding Arrow’s Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) team. Emily has led many agency-wide initiatives, including complex system implementations and national accreditations, utilizing project management, change management, and employee engagement strategies.

Emily is passionate about fostering collaboration and connection, engaging stakeholders in change management strategies that connect them to our mission, enhance the employee experience, and enrich organizational culture. She believes we are called to live generously and serve others with the time, resources, and talents with which we have been blessed, and she is grateful for the personal and professional experiences God has granted that have prepared her to lead Arrow’s administrative support services.

Emily resides in Baltimore, Maryland with husband Jeff and two children. She spends her weekends on the sidelines of soccer fields cheering them on, as well as holding family game nights and soaking up every moment while her kids are still under her roof. Emily is active in her local church in children’s ministry and as a service host/speaker. She also founded a volunteer-based nonprofit organization that emphasizes the connection between physical, mental, and spiritual health to improve overall wellbeing and reduce cancer risk.



Paula Weger is the Chief Financial Officer for Arrow Child & Family Ministries where she directs financial matters, technology and information systems, insurance and risk. She received her MBA and BBA degrees, both from Texas A&M University and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant. She has extensive experience in the for-profit sector in various manufacturing industries such as Texas Instruments, Textron Inc., Stupp Corp (manufacturer of steel pipe for the oil & natural gas industry) and Stupp Bros., Inc. (privately held parent company of Stupp Corp and holder of other various companies in the steel industry). Her background enables her to focus on improving processes, systems, efficiencies, budgeting, forecasting, risk management, internal controls and transparency in providing timely access to financial information for optimal decision making.

Most recently, she was the Chief Financial Officer for Indiana Youth Institute, an Indiana statewide nonprofit organization, focused on improving the lives of children and youth by providing services to those who work with youth. Beyond the financials, she was responsible for technology and information systems, human resources and operations.

Paula is focused on living out her faith by providing services to children, youth and families to ensure safety, improving successful family relations and access to quality education. She has spent her personal time serving children in ministries at church and has fostered children in her home.




Tamika is the Associate Director of the Child & Family Well-Being program area at The Duke Endowment, a private foundation in Charlotte, NC. Prior to joining the Endowment in 2011, Ms. Williams was the Associate Director of the National Resource Center for the Recruitment and Retention of Foster and Adoptive Parents at AdoptUSKids where she coordinated the delivery of training and technical assistance to the States, Tribes and Territories. Ms. Williams’ professional child welfare experience also includes direct practice, supervision, and policy administration in North Carolina.



Karen Dojan, Principal at Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra, LLC has over 20 years of public accounting experience. She joined the firm in 2011 as a Senior Manager when Wm C. Saddler & Co., P.A. merged with WC&S.

Karen has a diverse skill set. She is an integral member of our audit team, with extensive experience regarding audits of local governments, non-profit organizations, mortgage lenders, and employee benefit plans. In addition, Karen also works closely with many of our small business and individual tax clients providing advisory and tax preparation services.

Karen is also a qualified peer review team member. As an active corporate partner of the Maryland Municipal League, Karen has provided training for members at their annual convention. Karen enjoys: Traveling.



Larry Chatman is a Vietnam veteran, and currently The Director of sales and recruiting with Keating Auto Group.  He and his wife have five adult children and nine grandchildren (one more due in December).  He loves his community and stays active. He serves on many boards surrounding the community:  HCA Tomball Board of Directors, Tomagwa Governance Board, Central North District of United Methodist Board of the Bishop, President of the Greater Tomball Area Pachyderm Club, Christian Business Luncheon Board, and President of the Board of Directors for Holly Creek Estates POA.  He has been a member of Gideon’s International for twenty-nine years, currently serving as President of the Tomball Camp. He is an Ambassador for the Greater Tomball Chamber of Commerce, taking part in community events.  He is a member of the Veteran’s Rotary Club.  He is a member of Rose Hill United Methodist Church where he has held many positions of leadership.  His wife, Paula, is the pianist at that church.  Both Larry and Paula were recently awarded the Community Builder Award for their distinguished service and personal contributions to the community of Tomball Texas.



Kevin Drumheller joined Richcroft, Inc in April, 2020 as the CEO. In this role, he provides organizational direction and leadership, manages day to day operations, engages and leads the staff and Board of Directors, and develops and executes the long-term strategic vision.  The company was launched in 1983 with the opening of eight homes in Howard County, Maryland serving 24 people. It has since opened homes in Carroll County, Harford County and Baltimore County, and expanded its offerings.  Today, Richcroft supports over 300 individuals through multiple service lines.

Prior to this role, Drumheller served as CEO of Chimes Maryland and Virginia, as well as The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region in Maryland.

Drumheller received a Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Maryland, a Master’s Degree in Education at Goucher College, and a Bachelor of Arts from Towson State University.  Drumheller serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and is excited to join the Arrow Board.



Laura Figueroa is the President and a founding member of The Arbitrage Group Inc. Since 1998, she has been responsible for the financial oversight of the organization as well as technical review of advance and current refundings, escrow restructurings, defeasances and other cash flow and yield structures related to bond obligations.  Prior to establishing The Arbitrage Group Inc., Laura worked in KPMG’s Audit Practice and was a Senior Manager in the National Arbitrage Practice of KPMG.

Figueroa received a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from The University of Texas at Austin.  She is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Texas and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants,

Gov. Greg Abbott appointed her to the Board of the Lower Colorado River Authority in June 2018. She currently serves as Vice-Chair to the Finance Committee.

Laura and her husband, Rick, have four children and live in Brenham, Texas.  She has spent her personal time as a teacher and Bible study leader with Champion Fellowship, and a volunteer and supporter of Compassion International and KSBJ/NGEN Radio.



Matt Griffith was born and raised in Amarillo, TX, where he currently live. He is married to Jill, and they have four kids; Zack, Taylor, Ty, and Trey. He is a partner at Rockrose Development, a real estate development company founded in 1993. He and Jill have been actively involved in a variety of non-profits over the past 17 years, including Arrow.

Matt has been volunteer teaching at local high schools for 10 years, with a focus on life skills, job skills, and public speaking. He has also served on numerous local boards over the past 30 years and has served as President of his local Builders Association as well as Chairman of Arrow Board.



Mark Kerr is a senior financial executive and business leader with experience as a CFO & Controller with private companies in several industries. Mark began his career with KPMG’s audit practice where he worked on a variety of both public and private clients. After KPMG, Mark was part of a team that sourced the private equity investment and subsequently purchased a Houston based manufacturer with facilities in the US and Canada. Mark then served as VP of Finance. He has also served as Controller and CFO with several other Houston firms in the multi-location retail, manufacturing, fabrication, real estate and the telecommunications industries.

Mark received his BS degree in accounting with an emphasis in business law from W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and earned his CPA certificate in Texas. He has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Texas Society of CPA’s and holds a Real Estate Broker’s license in Texas.

Mark and his wife have three children and have lived in Houston for over 35 years. They adopted their daughter in 2000 completing the first open adoption in a county near Houston. He has been active in his church and enjoys many sports and volunteering.



Jack Lynch is General Counsel and trusted advisor to executive management of BP. He has held positions in several industries, including oil and gas, renewable energy, exploration and production, hydrocarbon commodities trading, transportation and logistics. Jack has a 20-year track record of partnering with domestic and global senior management to achieve business goals and develop people. He provides leadership and professional expertise in crisis management, client counseling, legal risk identification and mitigation, company and board governance, compliance and ethics, people development, and overall leadership of legal offices.

Jack’s specialties include General Counsel, Business Partner to Executive Management, Litigation, Strategy, Crisis Management, Client Counseling, Legal Risk Identification and Mitigation, Company and Board Governance, Compliance and Ethics, People Development, and Legal Office Procedures, Succession Planning, Skills Development, Diversity and Inclusion.

Jack and his wife’s desire to help kids with special needs stems from their journey with their own child who experienced a traumatic brain injury. They are passionate about creating the best opportunities for kids facing challenges, and equipping them to live happy and fulfilled lives.



Diana Reeves is the Founder and President of KBM Community Development Corporation, a 501(3)(c), Non-Profit Organization that services churches and communities, local and abroad, offering compassion, love, resources, and support to those in need.  She established “The BEcome Project in 2021,” a dba of KBM Community Development Corporation, a project near and dear to her heart, supporting young women aging out of foster care.  She was a volunteer at Arrow Child and Family Ministries at Crossroads for over 7 years, supporting the young women in Arrow’s transitional living program. She facilitated Bible Study and organized numerous community projects and events to support the girl’s transition program.  She is currently an Advisory Council Member for Arrow Child and Family Ministries, Member of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce, Member of the Susquehanna Workforce Network Youth Committee, previous Board Member at Alpha’s Glory Pregnancy Center in MD, and was recognized as a Harford County Champion for Children and Youth for her commitment to enriching the lives of children and youth in the community.  In her professional capacity, Diana is a Program Manager for the US Army, responsible for overseeing the Army’s top “People First” programs; the Army’s Ready and Resilient Program and Suicide Prevention Program servicing Soldiers, Families, and Army Civilians.

Diana is married, has three adult children, and two grandchildren. She has a MBA degree from Hampton University and resides in Harford County, MD.

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