ENDEAVOR CHARTER SCHOOL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bill Borter joined the Board in September 2012. He currently does value advisory and sales for Adobe’s Digital Marketing Business Unit. Bill is a finance and strategy professional with experience in business development and corporate finance. Bill holds an MBA from NC State, M.S. in Technical Communication from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and B.S. in Management Science from Virginia Tech.
Bill, originally from Northern Virginia, has lived in North Carolina since 2004. Bill and his wife (Heather) have three children with two at Endeavor.
Kevin MyersKevin, a native of Ohio, started at IBM in 1996 after graduating from Miami University with a degree in Management Information Systems. After working for five years in strategic outsourcing while living in Cincinnati, he and his wife Marla moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in 2000. He has since worked in IBM Software Group, where he is currently a senior software development manager in the Tivoli brand. Kevin and Marla have two children at Endeavor, a sixth grader and a fourth grader. Kevin currently serves as the Endeavor PAWS Facilities Chair.
Charlie joined the ECS board in the summer of 2013. He is co-owner of Kennedy Office supplying North Carolina businesses with office products since 1960. Charlie is a native of Raleigh, and graduated from Wake Forest Univeristy with a BS in communications. He and his wife Helen have two children that attend Endeavor Charter School. He especially enjoys long walks on the beach and reading poetry.
Clint joined the Board in October of 2014. Clint is a District Manager for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals & has worked for Pfizer since 2001. His job brought his family to Raleigh in 2008. Clint graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Agricultural Business Management. Prior to graduating, Clint served in the US Army as an Infantryman.
Clint & his wife Susan grew up in Pennsylvania. Susan is the President-elect for PAWS. Clint & Susan have four children, three of them attend Endeavor; Jack 6th grade, Ella 4th grade & Chloe 3rd grade. Clint has coached his children in CASL Soccer & North Wake County Baseball.
Peter Henderson has been a member of the Endeavor Charter School Board since October 2014. Peter is the Vice President, Ethics & Compliance for Bioventus, an orthobiologics company headquartered in the Research Triangle Park. Peter is an attorney who has worked in private practice as well as a number of medical technology companies. Peter graduated from Northwestern University and the Emory University School of Law.
Peter and his family moved from the Midwest to Raleigh in 2010. Peter is an active member of St. Ambrose Episcopal Church (Raleigh), along with his wife Tamika, daughter Destinee, eldest son Tyler, and youngest son Luke, who attends Endeavor.
Bill Kroll joined the Board in May 2016. He is an attorney with Stubbs Perdue who specializes in bankruptcy and business reorganizations. Bill received his JD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Masters in Recreation from SUNY Cortland, and a BS from St. Lawrence University.
Bill and his wife, Kim, moved to Raleigh from Binghamton, NY. They have three children that attend Endeavor and love soccer. Bill also serves on the A.E. Finley Branch Board and volunteers on various committees for the North Carolina Bar Association and Wake County Bar Association.
Kristy joined the Board in September 2015. Kristy is a native of North Carolina and graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Accounting degree. Kristy started her career as a Certified Public Accountant as an auditor with Deloitte and Touche and is currently working in the private industry for commercial real estate developers. Kristy and her husband, Darin, have three children: Camryn who is now in high school, Lauren in 7th grade and Marshall in 5th grade.
Jim Hollis joined the ECS board in the summer of 2016. He is a long time resident of the Triangle area having lived here since graduating from NC State University in 1989 with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics. After 15 years at Research Triangle Institute managing IT, Jim started his own technology consulting company in Raleigh in 2009 developing business solutions leveraging technology. After 5 years of putting in long days (and nights), Jim sold his business to have more time with family and now has more predictable hours managing a team of Solution Architects at Lenovo, Inc. Jim has been volunteering with Special Olympics for 25 years and is a certified State Official in Powerlifting.
Jim has two children at Endeavor, Riley, an 8th grader and Lauren, a 5th grader, and when he is not playing or coaching, he enjoys watching his kids compete.