Louis S. Baga
Lou Baga has been a member of the Board of Trustees of The Enterline Foundation for the past 10 years. From 2007 to June 2015, he served as Controller for New Avenues to Independence, Inc., a (Cleveland, Ohio) provider of services to the developmentally disabled. Previous positions held, include VP of Operations for CBIZ Technologies, CFO for Restaurant Developers, Inc. and Senior Financial Analyst for Progressive Insurance.
He earned his BS in Accounting from Case Western University and his MBA from Baldwin Wallace University. He is a CPA and member of both the American Institute of CPAs and the Ohio Society of CPAs. He served on the Board of Directors and Finance Committee for United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cleveland. He also served as adjunct faculty for Tiffin University and the University of Phoenix.
Lou lives in Strongsville, Ohio, with his wife (Karen), daughter (Kim) and twin one-year old grandchildren (Katie and Alex). When not playing with the grandkids or assembling their toys, Lou enjoys golf, music and reading.
Kathleen M. Richards
Kathleen M. Richards has served on the Board of The Enterline Foundation for 16 years and has been involved in the granting of nearly $4 Million to the Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled population. Additionally, her work with the Foundation includes the Once Again Program which provides employment opportunities weekly for members of the IDD population and organizing and attending multiple events that the Foundation sponsors.
During her work career, Kathy was involved in event planning and administrative management for multiple companies including Bailey Controls, Process and Machinery Controls and Molex. Kathy also spent several years working in the legal community and county government offices.
Currently, Kathy is office manager for Vulcan Holdings, Inc. and in addition to her time spent on Foundation activities, she is very involved with her 4 grandchildren.
Anthony "Tony" Rivera
Anthony Rivera, CBAP is the Vice President - Claims Vendor Management at Sompo International. He is a member of the International Institute of Business Analysis, Project Management Institute and is a fellow of the CLM (Claims Litigation Management) organization. He is a frequent speaker and presenter at Analytics and Litigation Management professional seminars and workshops.
Tony and his wife Debra have been married for 25 years. They recently relocated to Cumming after 17 years in Suwanee. They are both avid skiiers and "road trippers" as well as supporters of the Humane Society (and dog "rescuers"), Wounded Warriors and Law Enforcement Community outreach. Both of them are long-time blood and platelet donors and are on the National Bone Marrow Donor registry.
"Working on the Enterline Foundation has given me the opportunity to do more for the IDD community than I could ever do on my own. This is very personal to me as I've watched my sister and her husband struggle with my nephew, who has a dual diagnosis of IDD and bi-polar schizophrenia. As he became an adult, the services for him (and my sister) disappeared. I also have other family members with young adults on the Autism Spectrum and I realized this community was under-served and many people, not just my family, needed help with finding resources, information and assistance, as well as long-term planning. It's great to be able to help those families as well as those special people who provide the care this community desperately needs."
Tim Thornberry, MBA, ChFC is a financial advisor with Prudential based in Suwanee, Georgia. His firm provides financial leadership for clients creating a generational legacy for their families.
Accustomed to serving, Tim spent eight years in the Marine Corps reserve. He valued his role as a Platoon Sergeant as an opportunity to lead and develop young Marines. He deployed in 2003 as part of the 26th MEU(SOC) and again in 2006 with CLR-15 to the AL Anbar province Iraq. Now finished with his military career, Tim remains supportive of veterans through membership in various community and civic groups. He is the Service Officer for the Duluth American Legion Post 251 and the President of Sentinels of Freedom Gwinnett. Tim also serves on the board of trustees of the Enterline Foundation, which provides financial resources to improve the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.
He enjoys time with his wife Krystal and children Alexander and Lucy. They provide the smiles and fun that make life full. You may also find Tim playing golf or basketball from time to time.