Board of Directors

JodyJody Davids, Board Advisor Senior vice president and chief information officer, PepsiCo. Jody was first introduced to Anita Miller and the Eyes of Freedom during the creation of that moving piece of art. As the mother of L.Cpl. Wesley Davids, one of the Marines depicted in the paintings, she worked with Anita to develop the project and eventually joined the board. She recently published her first book, A Tale of Two Heroes, a beautifully illustrated children’s story. In her career Jody is an information-technology executive, having worked for some of the most exciting companies in America: Apple Computer, Nike, Cardinal Health, Best Buy, and now PepsiCo. She also serves as a board director for Premier, Inc.

AdrinneAdrienne Brown, B.A., J.D, Board Advisor – Vice president and chief counsel, Global Information Technology, PepsiCo. A native of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Adrienne currently advises on many critical IT initiatives. Having joined PepsiCo in 2005, she has served as legal counsel in various subject matters. Prior to PepsiCo she worked as a federal law clerk to Judge Alexander Williams, Jr., of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland and at the law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP, in Washington, D.C. Adrienne earned her bachelor’s degree from Yale University and her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, where she served as a member of the Law Review.

 

Anita Miller, Board Advisor – Artist and sculptor. The creator of the Lima Company Memorial, Anita began painting and drawing at 30. After Studying at the Columbus College of Art & Design, she taught drawing and painting in her little-log-cabin studio in rural central Ohio as well as workshops in Greece and Europe. After creating and having managed the Eyes of Freedom Memorial, she is sculpting the Silent Battle, a life-sized bronze to honor the service and sacrifice of returning vets struggling with PTSD and suicide. Anita now lives outside Boulder in Lyons, Colorado, with her husband, Rob. There she enjoys creating art and mountain hiking. Email: rememberlima@gmail.com

Michael

Michael Logue, B.S., MBA – Contract Negotiator, United States Air Force. A former U.S. Marine Corps Corporal, Michael Logue is a survivor of Lima Company’s 2005 Iraqi deployment. Upon graduating from Ohio University with a B.S. in Aviation, he completed an MBA. After leaving the military, he used Combat to College as his theme for giving a number of talks and interviews in Ohio. During his time at Ohio University, he also founded and led the Combat Veterans Club. Currently he is qualified as an Airline Transport Pilot, and as a volunteer he is leading an effort to support USO hospital programs in Washington, DC. He has been a USAF civilian since 2013.