James B. “Justin” Davis, IV serves as the President of the JMPHS Governing Board. He has twenty years of experience in business with extensive involvement in fundraising. Throughout high school, Justin worked professionally in his family’s businesses, Jimmy Davis Enterprises, Inc. and J.B. Davis Oil, Inc. In 1999, while attending North Florida Community College, Justin launched Justin Davis Enterprises, Inc., a transportation specialist company. In 2004, he joined with Jacob K. Johnson to form Optimus, LLC, a commercial enterprise and real estate development company. Currently, Justin is completing his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Saint Leo University with plans to obtain a Master’s of Business Administration.
Margaret Ann Bunch, a native of Madison, Florida, serves as Treasurer of the JMPHS Governing Board. She has sixteen years of management experience in financial markets specializing in mortgages and sales with additional experience in fundraising. After receiving her Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Valdosta State University in 1993, she served as a manager for American General Finance and then for Countrywide Financial Corporation. In 2009, she returned to Madison with her husband, a middle school social studies teacher, and her two young children. She currently works for Smith Abstract and Title Company, her father’s business, conducting all aspects of the business including records maintenance, title closings, and general accounting. Margaret Ann is actively involved in the community through her service as a member of the Finance Committee at First Methodist Church and the Madison Academy School Board, as a former President and Vice-President of Madison Academy PAT Club, and as the current Vice President of the Madison Woman’s Club. Throughout her years of service, she has engaged in a variety of fundraising efforts. From 2002 – 2004, she participated in a mission trip that raised over $25,000 for an orphanage Samara, Russia, for building materials, furniture, and operating expenses. As PAT Club President and Vice President from 2009 – 2011, she worked with Madison Academy School Board to raise over $30,000 each year through events such as golf tournaments, skeet shoots, magazine sales, and raffles. Also from 2009 – 2011, she helped raise $10,000 each year to support the church youth attending summer camp.
Shelly Renfroe serves as JMPHS Governing Board Secretary. She has 12 years of experience managing accounts for TL Renfroe, Inc., a general contractor specializing in concrete foundations for residential and commercial foundations in Madison, Florida, and over three years of experience as a substitute teacher for all grades in the Madison County School District. A native of Tarpon Springs, Florida, Shelly attended Utah Valley College before spending 16 months between 1996 to 1998 working in Brazil as a missionary. While in Brazil, she learned Portuguese, taught English to adults and children, and participated in a variety of service projects. In 2006, she completed her Associate of Arts degree from North Florida Community College and began pursuing her Bachelor of Education in Secondary Mathematics from Valdosta State University in 2007. She plans to obtain her degree in 2015 and teach high school math. A resident of Lee, Florida, with her husband and two sons, Shelly has been active in the Lee Elementary School PTO since 2008 serving as Treasurer, Vice-President, and President, and in the Student Advisory Committee since 2010. Her leadership in the PTO helped raise $35,000 over the past four years and purchase playground equipment for the school through a partnership with Nestle Waters, Inc. She also helped administer the Accelerated Reader Program to encourage students to read using positive reinforcement strategies. Shelly also works with the youth of Fellowship Baptist Church as a Sunday school teacher and an Awana Program helper.
Cary A. “Bo” Hardee, III, a lifelong resident of Madison County, has over 10 years of experience practicing law in Florida. He attended North Florida Community College and Florida State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and criminology in 1995. In 1999, he was awarded his Juris Doctor from The Stetson University College of Law. Currently, he is a partner at The Hardee Law Firm, PL. He is a sixth generation Floridian and a fourth generation attorney. His namesake, his great great uncle was the governor of the State of Florida from 1921-1925. Bo is a member of various groups in the state of Florida, both on a personal, professional, and religious level. He lives in Madison, Florida, with his wife Suzi, their two children, and two dogs.
Kathryn C. Wilder is a graduate of Taylor County High School. She attended Florida State University and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from the University of Florida in 1987. After teaching for ten years, she became a full- time mom to her three children-Josh, Brian and Courtney. Kathryn continued her support of education as an active PTO member and volunteer with schools in Florida and Virginia. Through her teaching and volunteer experiences she has been an advocate of public education for twenty-eight years. Kathryn, her husband, Rusty and daughter currently reside in Madison and attend Fellowship Baptist Church.