Board of Directors


Josh Robinson, Board Chair

Josh Robinson is the Executive Creative Director and Principal of the Atlanta-based advertising and design studio, My Friend’s Nephew. An Art Director by trade, he has spent the last 15 years of his career crafting ideas for Fortune 500 brands as well as non-profits. His work has garnered recognition by the international creative marketing & design community. In 2014 the United Nations honored his work for The End It Movement, an anti-human trafficking organization, with their Award for Public Service Advertising. Since opening its doors in January of 2015, MFN has added RedBull, Zaxby’s, The College Football Hall of Fame and ESPN to their impressive client roster. Josh is an Atlanta native with a heart for his home city and it’s people. His wife Susan and he are active door holders at Passion City Church where they attend with their three children, Kyla (11), Meira (8) and Amos (7). Josh likes golf, loves his wife and kids, and is easily distracted by shiny objects.

Andrew Case, CPA, Treasurer

Andrew is a Partner at Frazier & Deeter, one of the largest accounting firms in the City of Atlanta. His area of professional focus is in taxation, where he advises his clients on tax structuring and planning. Andrew has an entrepreneurial spirit, and aims to bring value with his strategic thinking and vision. Since moving to Atlanta in 2008 to begin his career in public accounting, he has worked tirelessly on investing in community relationships to make a difference. It is this investment that has brought Andrew to Peace Prep with the goal of helping bring radical and transformative change within the community of English Avenue. He and his wife, Kim, and their daughter currently reside in East Lake.

Robin Merrill, Secretary

Robin is currently engaged with Impact 2:52, a management consulting, leadership development and training organization.  Prior to this she held positions as a Youth Director of a large Atlanta church and with Emory Healthcare in the Department of Care Transformation.  Robin has a heart for teenagers and young adults and has used her gifts to mentor, disciple & coach for the past 15 years.  She believes that core to leadership development and life transformation is serving.  As such she has led over a dozen mission trips in the US and around the world.  Locally, she led a group of youth to create a food pantry in Clarkson, GA that serves refugee families, has worked with homeless ministries, young adults struggling with addictions, and local/international feeding programs.  Robin lives in Atlanta with her husband, Chad, who is a local entrepreneur, and their 2 college age sons.  They enjoy speaking & training together.

Gloria Cox- Vice-Chair

Gloria is the Associate Director of Programming for the Chick-fil-A Foundation. She is responsible for cultivating meaningful partnerships and developing engaging programs that bring to life the mission of the Chick-fil-A Foundation to help children become all they were created to be. Prior to joining Chick-fil-A, Gloria worked in asset development and also managed political campaigns in the Atlanta area. She was a member of  LEAD Atlanta Class of 2015 and currently serves on the Advisory Council of the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club. She is a graduate of Georgia Tech and a native of Atlanta. Gloria currently resides in Grant Park with her husband Charlie, where they are actively involved in their community and church.

Carter Pope

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Tedashii Anderson

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Kim Gillespie

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Lee Torrence

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Drew Henley

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Bobby Scott

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Kyle Francis

Kyle is a realtor with Keller Williams. Prior to his career in real estate he worked in the staffing and financial service industries with a focus on partner acquisition and management. Kyle is a graduate of Kennesaw State University. A native of Marietta, Georgia, he and his wife, Maribeth, now live in the English Avenue community. He and his wife are passionate about seeing men and women set free from the bondage of addiction and have become an integral part of the Peace Prep community, spending time volunteering during the school day and during the after school program.

Ryan Wilson

Ryan Wilson is the Co-Founder and CEO of The Gathering Spot, a private, members-only city club that brings together a motivated and diverse community of professionals, creatives, and entrepreneurs. Ryan started the company with his college roommate with the goal of creating a work and social environment that fosters creativity and collaboration. Prior to founding the company, Ryan lived in Washington DC, where he attended Georgetown University and Georgetown University Law Center.

Sara Wills, Co-Founder, Ex-Oficio

Sara and her husband moved to English Avenue with their daughter in 2011 to pursue intentional neighboring and community development. She has been involved with Peace Prep from its inception in the role of Community Liaison and has been an integral part in all community outreach events and administrative responsibilities. She now serves in the role of Director of Student Support Services.
Email: swills@peaceprep.com

Benjamin Wills, Founder, Head of School

Benjamin is a native of Dallas, TX, he, his wife, and daughter moved to Atlanta in the summer of 2011 for the second time. They currently live in English Avenue. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at Liberty University and Masters at Central Michigan University. The vision for Peace Prep comes from three perspectives he currently embodies, a father, community member, and an educator. His combination of strong leadership, communication skills, experiences in education, and entrepreneurial spirit make him a great fit to be the leader of Peace Prep.
Email: bwills@peaceprep.com


Board of Advisors

Anthony Gordon

Danny Wuerffel

Jim Reese

Steve Robinson