Board of Trustees
Hon. Joseph H. Arnall, Chairman
Mrs. Kathy Barco Jossim
Mr. Harold Cunliffe, Treasurer
Mr. Denny Jones, Secretary
Atlanta, GA/Destin, FL
Mr. Tim Jones
Hon. Edwin Meese III
Mr. Michael G. Riley
Mr. Emerson Russell
Mr. John Whelchel
Hon. Ronald W. "Ronnie" Chance
H. Eric Dial, Development Counsel
H. Eric Dial works as Development Counsel for Southeastern Legal Foundation, an Atlanta-based public interest law firm founded in 1976. Eric established the Development office for the Foundation in 1997, designing and implementing strategic fundraising programs which have enabled the Foundation to become a national leader in public interest law and policy development.
Eric joined the Southeastern Legal Foundation from the office of U.S. Rep. Mac Collins (R-GA), where he served in both the Washington and Georgia offices. A graduate of several leadership programs, Eric holds several leadership positions in his community. He received a B.A. in Political Science from Georgia State University.
Todd G. Young, Chief Operating Officer
Todd Young works as Chief Operating Officer for Southeastern Legal Foundation, an Atlanta-based constitutional public interest law firm and national policy center. He has served with the Foundation since 1994, directing policy, outreach and media relations programs. In 2003, he was named one of Georgia's "16 to Watch: On the Rise Under 40" in the Daily Report, the state's daily legal newspaper.
Todd helped author the landmark unemployment insurance study stimulating more than $1.75 billion in tax cuts in five SE states. Listed since 1998 in The Heritage Foundation's Guide to Public Policy Experts, he is published regularly in national newspapers and magazines and appears on television news and radio programs. He received a B.A. in English from Davidson College, Davidson, NC, and a J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law.
Kimberly S. Hermann, Senior Counsel
Kimberly S. Hermann is Senior Counsel for Southeastern Legal Foundation, an Atlanta-based constitutional public interest law firm and policy center. Kimberly is committed to promoting individual liberty, the rule of law, and accountability in government. Her years of working in private practice and for an international accounting firm provide practical experience for both civil litigation and financial issues.
While in law school, Kimberly served as a clerk intern for SLF. She is a member of the Georgia State University College of Law Alumni Council. Kimberly received a B.S. in Finance and a Masters in Accountancy from Wake Forest University, and is a licensed CPA. She graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University College of Law. She is a member of the Federalist Society.