Jeff Anderson, serving as Chairman of the Board, joined the Westminster Board in 2018. He is a Business Administration graduate of the University of Tennessee and the Assistant Director of Regions Bank Corporate Security. Jeff had a 26-year career with the U.S. Secret Service before retiring in 2014, as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Birmingham Field Office. He is a member of Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church where he serves as a Deacon. Jeff and his wife Lisa, have four daughters that either attend or graduated from Westminster.
Doug Lipperd is a family practice physician in Cahaba Heights. He has a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Georgetown University and a medical degree from Vanderbilt School of Medicine. He is an elder at OMPC where he and his family have attended since moving to Birmingham in 2007. Doug and his wife, Anne, have four children, two of which have graduated from Westminster and two that are in the Lower School.
Cord Sachs graduated from Samford University and spent 7 years on staff with Campus Outreach. He is the Founder & CEO of a recruiting firm, FireSeeds, and a SaaS Leadership Development company, WILDSPARQ. Cord is a member at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church where he serves as an elder. Cord is married to Heather and they have 6 children who all have attended Westminster.
Joanne Till graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.A. degree in Advertising and Marketing and has worked in the marketing industry since that time. She has been employed by Lewis Communications, a regional branding and marketing agency, for over 25 years and currently serves as their Research Director, overseeing business intelligence and strategic planning for the firm's clients. Joanne accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior as a child and has been a member of the Church at Brook Hills since 2012. Joanne and her husband, Spencer, have three children who attend Westminster: Shelby, and twins Logan and Lily.
Shellie Richardson graduated from the University of Alabama. She was with Regions Bank as a personal trust officer until she and her husband Wade started their family. They have four children. Two have graduated from Westminster, and two are in the Upper School. Through the years Shellie helped to lead several ministries and charities as well as volunteering at Westminster. She is also on the board for the Institute for Defending Freedom’s Orphans. She and her family are members of Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church.
Trey Fulton is the chief financial officer for CraneWorks, Inc. He is a certified public accountant and holds an undergraduate and masters degree in accounting from Auburn University. Trey and his wife, Campbell, are members of Faith Presbyterian Church. They have four children, who all have attended Westminster.
Carl Lund is a Senior Vice President and Director of Procurement at Regions Bank. He serves as an elder at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church and holds a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and an MBA from Texas A&M. Carl also serves on the Humanities Advancement Board for Clemson. He and his wife, Julie, have three children who currently attend Westminster.
Greg Bradford has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Samford University and is a pharmacist at Shelby Baptist Medical Center in Alabaster. He and his family are members at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church. Greg and his wife, Tracy, have two children attending Westminster.
Pamela Stanford graduated from Auburn University with a B.A. in International Business, minoring in French, and prior to starting a family, worked as a loan officer with Southtrust Bank and then in marketing at Protective Life. She and her husband, Scotty, are members at Faith Presbyterian Church and one of the founding families at Westminster. They are blessed with four boys, who all attended and graduated from Westminster. As her youngest boys reached school age, Pamela began a new career, teaching fifth and sixth grades at the school for 12 years. While taking a year off of teaching in 2010-11, she also served a one-year stint on the school board. Since stepping away from teaching in 2018, she actively serves in several local ministries.