Board Members

Sean Patterson

Sean Patterson comes with 20+ years’ experience working with children and education. He is the executive director/founder of the 411 Foundation with a passion for helping young adults develop employable skills, make informed career choices and fulfill their dreams through assistance with skill development in the areas of employment, healthy relationships, self-identity and volunteering. His education includes a bachelor’s of Specialized Studies from Ohio University and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Tiffin University.

Lorraine Terry

As the owner and senior director of JobsOhio Beverage System, Lorraine brings nearly two decades of business, financial and advertising experience to the board. Lorraine is a results-oriented marketing, advertising and communication professional with a reputation as a strong project manager, top performer in business management and a motivational leader. Her education includes Bachelor of Science, Agriculture Communications, Business from The Ohio State University where she served on the Makio Yearbook Staff and Beanie S. Drake Scholarship Board.

Dwight Anstaett

Dwight Anstaett currently serves as a Career-Technical Education Director for the Ohio Central School System (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction). He has 33 years of education experience for the Ohio Department of Youth Services, The Ohio Department of Education and in his current position. David holds a master’s degree in Comprehensive Vocational Education Administration from The Ohio State University and is currently licensed as a Vocational Director by the Ohio Department of Education. Dwight and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Columbus, OH. They enjoy traveling and spending time with family. He is also an avid fly fisherman.

David Jones

David has spent most of his career focusing on accomplishing what’s best for kids in both professional and volunteer roles. As a father of five and serving in both an athletic director and government roles, David believes in a student-first approach while keeping creative and resourceful solutions in mind. He is excited for this opportunity to focus on serving 6–12th grade Ohio students and their families.

Tracy Kitchel

Dr. Tracy Kitchel is a professor and administrator at The Ohio State University. His career has been spent in education as a teacher educator and former high school agriculture teacher. His research focuses on preservice and early career agriculture teachers, and more broadly, the career longevity of agriculture teachers. He has taught courses on leadership foundations, teaching methods, and social science research methods. Tracy has a B.S. and M.S. in Agricultural Education from The Ohio State University and a Ph.D. in Agricultural Education from the University of Missouri.