• John Inman

    John Inman is in his 13th year as men's golf coach at the University of North Carolina.  After spending 12 years playing on  the PGA Tour, Inman returned to his home state and to his alma mater and continues to bring enthusiasm, pride and experience to the Tar Heel program.  Inman, a native of Greensboro, NC, and a 1984 graduate of Carolina, came to Chapel Hill from Roswell, GA, where he lived for nine years while playing on the PGA Tour (1987-1998).

    Inman won two tournaments during his pro career - the 1987 Provident Classic and the 1993 Buick Southern Open.  He posted eight top-10 finishes and 32 top-25 finishes.  Inman brings a plethora of college playing experience to his duties as a coach.  He was three-time All-American (1982-84) and three-time All-ACC performer 82-84) while on the Tar Heel Team from 1981-84.  He won the NCAA Individual Championship in 1984 and was the recipient of the 1984 Fred Haskins Award as the National Player of the Year.  Inman also broke Ben Crenshaw's 17-under par record by two strokes in the NCAA Championship.

    John Inman and his wife, Patti, have been very involved in the foundation from its inception.  From acquiring donations to advising on decisions, they have both made and continue to make a positive difference for the foundation.

     

     

  • Colleen Schon

    Colleen Schon, along with her husband David Schon, founded The Alexander Foundation in 2003. Colleen currently serves as the Treasurer on the board, but is also heavily involved in recruiting and fundraising for events the foundation holds.

    Colleen, Senior Vice President, Investments, has been a financial advisor with Raymond James & Associates since 2005, and has extensive experience in the financial services industry, beginning with Merrill Lynch and Co. in 1986. Since 2005, she has served on Raymond James & Associates Women’s Advisory Council, which supports and mentors women financial advisors.

    Originally from Flint, Michigan, Colleen and her husband, who have been married since 1980, currently live in Grand Blanc, Michigan. They have two adult children, a daughter, Casey, and a son, Chad.

     

  • Alan Farah

    Alan Farah joined The Alexander Foundation as a board member in 2013. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Flint with a Master's degree in Business Administration. He has been working for Maritz Performance Improvement Company facilitating and managing process improvement teams in the automotive industry, specifically with General Motors and their dealerships.  Alan focuses on utilizing the assets of an organization and refining their processes to create exceptional customer experiences.

    Alan was born, raised and continues to reside in Flint, Michigan.  He supports various city entities that work to improve the surrounding community and help the people who live in Flint.

  • Dave Schon

    In 2003, David Schon, alongside his wife of 30 years, Colleen, founded The Alexander Foundation. David currently serves as the President of the board. He is intensely involved in organizing events, fundraising, and all other aspects of the foundation.

    David is the Managing Director of Rard Enterprises, which owns or is in partnership with companies that specialize in internet advertising. He has had extensive experience in both the automotive and advertising industries, dating back to the 1980’s.

    David is also an active member of the Flint Optimists Club. Originally from Flint, Michigan, David now lives in Grand Blanc, Michigan. He has two adult children, Casey and Chad.

  • Casey Sage

    In 2003, Casey Sage became involved in helping to raise money for The Alexander Foundation through event planning for the annual golf outing. She is currently the foundations Communtiy Events Director.

    Casey, who studied Secondary Education at the University of Michigan and Administration at Eastern Michigan University, is currently teaching high school English in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District.

    Originally from Flint, Michigan, Casey now lives in Grand Blanc with her husband, Eric, and son, Brayden.

  • John Inman
  • Colleen Schon
  • Alan Farah
  • Dave Schon
  • Casey Sage