THRIVENT MEMBER NETWORK - MID-ATLANTIC REGION

Our Leadership Team

LEADING THRIVENT. SERVING MEMBERS.

Thrivent Financial is a membership organization of Christians, and our members are our owners. This means our leaders work in the best interest of our membership – not third-party shareholders, like publicly traded companies. It also means that all Thrivent benefit members can have a voice in determining who will lead the organization. If you’re a benefit member, you can vote in the annual election for the Thrivent Financial Board of Directors. As the organization’s supreme governing body, the board focuses on serving the interests of its members, both now and into the future. The board establishes and promotes Thrivent’s mission and oversees major business decisions. It also works with leadership to assess and manage risk. Get to know the women and men who are proud to serve on the Thrivent Financial Board of Directors and the executive leadership team by visiting the Governance page on Thrivent.com

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Your Thrivent Member Network Board

Before we introduce your Thrivent Member Network board, it might help to know how the members are elected and what’s expected of them.

Each Thrivent Member Network elects regional board members during the same time and through the same process as Thrivent’s national board election. The Thrivent Member Network regional board is made up of Thrivent members.

The board provides leadership and strategic insights to help carry out Thrivent's mission on a local level. If you’re a member, you can have a voice in making a meaningful choice by voting in the elections for the Thrivent Member Network board.

Now … we’re pleased to introduce the Thrivent members who will serve you as part of the Thrivent Member Network regional board.

Ronnie Stuck - Executive Chair

A Thrivent member since the 1980's, Stuck is a partner with KPMG in Philadelphia. He's also a board member for PLAN of PA, a nonprofit that provides trust and care management services to individuals with special needs. "I hope to be able to help Thrivent better achieve its mission, broaden awareness of the Thrivent brand within the Christian community, assist others in understanding how Thrivent can help them financially and charitably, and work with others to strengthen our communities."

Tracey Beasley 

Beasley is currently the Corporate Tax Supervisor  for Asplundh Tree Expert, LLC. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Gwynedd Mercy University and a Master’s Business Administration from West Chester University.  In her congregation she serves as the Financial Associate, Gospel and Mass Choir Director and Director of Operations.  Beasley wants members to know about "special programs and resources that can help them to live generously, be wise with money and help the world."

Lisa Bruer

Bruer holds a Bachelor of Arts in Child Psychology and Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Mary Washington. She also holds a Lifetime Membership of Girl Scouts of the USA. "The two main objectives I hope to accomplish while on the Board is to 1.)  Give back and 2.) Make a difference.  I am a strong proponent in giving back and this role is in line with my passion for helping others while at the same time utilizing my skills and experiences." Bruer has been a Thrivent Member since 1996.

Lee DeRemer, Ph.D.

DeRemer is the founding director of LIFECYCLES, a nonprofit that offers urban young men mentoring, spiritual development and life skills development via a Christ-centered bicycle touring experience. He is looking forward to helping the Thrivent Member Network regional board serve as catalysts to increase member giving in local communities. "Giving can change lives at the local level, and builds individuals, families and communities more effectively than programs administered from a distance."

Scott Frost

As a senior vice president and CFO of Weis Markets, a family-owned grocery store chain founded in 1912, Frost understands the balance of respecting the legacy of a long-time organization with a willingness to change to meet today's needs. In joining the Thrivent Member Network regional board, "I hope to lend my expertise developed both financially and in a retail environment, to promote Thrivent and help members live generously." Frost has been a Thrivent member since 1999.

Teri Haddad, Ed.D.

Haddad is currently the Vice President of Community Early Learning Initiatives for Community Services for Children. Previously, the senior VP of education and production for PBS39 WLVT, has worked in public television for most of her career.  "I hope the regional board will provide opportunities to encourage greater commitment and participation in outreach efforts across the region, to positively impact our communities." She has been a Thrivent member since 2009.