Don C. Richter
A native of Alabama, Don Richter graduated from Davidson College (A.B.) and Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div., Ph.D.). He served as Associate Minister of Education at Second Presbyterian Church in Louisville (1981-1984) and taught Christian education at Bethany Theological Seminary (1988-1992) and Candler School of Theology (1992-1998), where he was also founding director of the Youth Theology Institute. As Associate Director of the Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation of People of Faith (1999-2010), Richter wrote Mission Trips That Matter (Upper Room Books, 2008) and with Dorothy Bass co-edited Way to Live: Christian Practices for Teens (Upper Room Books, 2002). He has two children and lives in Louisville.
Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director
A Georgia native reared in Kentucky and West Virginia, Suzanne Case is a graduate of
University of Louisville. Her career has been devoted to sales and marketing support. As a
minister's daughter, Suzanne has been connected to church related activities from the
cradle. She and her husband Richard, have two sons.
Administrative Assistant to the Associate Director
Keri Liechty is a graduate of the University of Southern Indiana with
degrees in Communications, emphasizing Public Relations, and Spanish. Her career has
included marketing, advertising, event planning and graphic design. Keri and her husband
Kenny are actively involved with their church. They have one son and one daughter.