Board Members

2016 Board Officers

Jen Loving is now serving as Board  President and is chair of the Communication Committee. She is a full time mom to Evelyn , Nora, and Jackson and has been married to her husband Joe for over 21 years. Jackson is Severe Hemophilia A Factor VIII deficient. In Jen’s lineage, her grandfather and two cousins all had hemophilia and have since passed…all too young. Jen is a Camp Director for the American Diabetes Association and enjoys training for half marathons at Fleet Feet Sports.

Kyle McKee joined the Board of Directors in 2014, is currently serving as Board Vice President, Chair of the Advocacy Committee and is on the Communication Committee.  He became involved in the chapter because he has Severe Hemophilia A.  Kyle is a Sales Team Leader at Total Quality Logistics and recently received his Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Cincinnati.  He is married to his wife Megan and enjoys kayaking, traveling, and the Cincinnati Bengals!

Jeff Reichert is currently serving as Board Treasurer.  He has served as Vice President from 2010-2012, Board President from 2012-2013 and been a part of the Golf and Finance Committees.  He became involved with the chapter because he has mild Hemophilia A. His interests include adventure travel, mountain hiking/ backpacking, cycling and fly fishing.

Lisa Littner joined the board in 2007 and is currently serving as Board Secretary and is chair of the Program Committee. Lisa Littner has been a social worker with the Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center since 2006. She is married and has two daughters.


Board Members

Elmo Alexander, Jr. joined the board in January of this year.  Elmo is a retired Group Manager from Proctor and Gamble and has extensive experience in leadership and fundraising in his community.  Elmo has been a supporter of TSBDF for the past 10 years.

Edward L. Caldwell joined the Board of Directors in April 2007 and has served as vice president and president of the board. He is chair of the Development Committee and Co-Chair of the Leadership/Board Development Committee. He became involved with the community because a friend of his family is impacted by a bleeding disorder. His is married to his wife Deborah and is retired from the Procter and Gamble Company. Eddie loves his religion, loves his family, and loves to cook.

Scott Daniels joined the board in January 2017.  He is a Physical Therapist with over 20 years of experience in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. He currently works for Mercy Health – Cincinnati where he manages the Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Blue Ash and West Chester locations for Mercy Health. Scott and his wife Jennifer live in Lawrenceburg, Indiana and have 3 children, Gavin, Avery, and Max. Max has mild, hemophilia A. Scott enjoys spending his time coaching their three children in the various sports they are involved in. 

Gary Dillhoff has served on the Board of Directors for over 10 years and served as president from 2005-2008. He is currently serving on the Finance and Communication Committees. He is married to his wife Patty and has three children. His son Cooper has Severe Hemophilia A. He is a National Accounts Manager for CCL Label, Inc. Company.

Ron Johnson joined the Board of Directors in May 2010 and currently serves on the By-Law Review Committee. Ron practiced tax and corporate law but is now retired. He started his career as a teacher in 1954 and then went back to school and graduated from the University Of Iowa Law School in 1978. He is married to his wife Diane and has three children. Two of his sons graduated from WestPoint Military Academy and then worked for General Colin Powell. Ron enjoys reading and swimming in his spare time. He joined the TSBDF Board to help people in the Bleeding Disorder Community.

Jeff Kersting joined the Board of Directors in 2016 and is also on the Communication Committee. Jeff is a patent attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC. He became involved with the chapter because his son has Mild Hemophilia A. In addition to spending time with his wife, Kacey, and his two children, he also enjoys reading and following the Bengals, Reds and Bearcats.

Keith Peterson became involved in the TSBDF because he has Hemophilia A and joined the board in 2016. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Northern Kentucky University, an MBA from Xavier University, and a Professional Certificate in Computer Support Technology from the University of Cincinnati. Keith is married to Vicki and has two daughters who are both nurses and a son in school at NKU. He has worked at Clippard Instrument Laboratory for over 30 years.

Nina Turner  joined the board this year and serves on the Program Committee. She have been a nurse practitioner for 4 years and have been the nurse practitioner/nurse case manager at the University of Cincinnati’s Hemophilia Treatment Center for 2 years. Nina has one son who is a Freshman in College. I enjoy traveling, reading, swimming, and most of all spending time with family.