BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CHEF is governed by a volunteer board of fourteen veteran home educators from across Alabama.
Board of Directors
CHEF is governed by a self-perpetuating volunteer board of sixteen veteran home educators from across Alabama. Board members serve as husband-and-wife teams. Each family unit on the board has been active in local leadership for a number of years and brings to the board a wealth of experience in Christian home education. Here is a brief introduction of our board members:
Sharon Hubbard is CHEF's administrative assistant, answering the phone and responding to mail to the CHEF office. She and her husband, Paul, live in Montgomery. Paul serves as pastor of Lakeview Baptist Church in Montgomery. They have three children, all homeschool graduates.
Ron currently serves as President of CHEF of Alabama.
Ron and Debbie Landry have graduated three homeschooled students. They are the proud grandparents of four. Ron recently retired from a 34 year career with the Air National Guard; Debbie runs Crossroads Christian School in Moody AL.
Scott and Jacki have been married for 26 years. They began home schooling in the fall of 1995. They have 5 daughters ages 23-12. Three are home school graduates and their oldest daughter graduates from Auburn University, with honors in May. Scott works for Regions Bank in the corporate real estate division. Jacki has been at home since 1989.
Anthony currently serves as Vice President of CHEF of Alabama. Together they serve as Exhibit Hall Coordinators for the annual convention.
Anthony and Debra are from Atmore, Alabama where Anthony works in drafting and sales at a metal fabrication company and serves as an assistant pastor at Mennonite Christian Fellowship. The Swartzendrubers have four children, two of whom are homeschool graduates. They have been home schooling 15 years. Anthony and Debra serve as administrators for Precept Christian School.
The Swinneys enjoy homeschooling their 5 children, ages infant to 8 years old. The Swinneys are from Harvest, where Eric serves as the associate pastor at New Life Baptist Church and is the headmaster at Life Christian Academy. They began serving on the CHEF board in 2013.
Rusty and Phyllis Tate
The Tates have four children, three of whom are homeschool graduates. Rusty and Phyllis began homeschooling in 1990. The Tates live in Valley, where Rusty pastors Langdale United Methodist Church. Phyllis serves as the convention coordinator.
The Tuckers are from Huntsville AL. They are the pound parents of five children. They have been home schooling for over seven years. Gus is an adjunct professor and Irene has been at home since 2005. The Tuckers are actively involved and committed to Christian Home Education. They began serving on the CHEF board in 2013.