Dr. James Streeter
Dr. Streeter retired as Plant Manager after 34 years of service with General Motors. There he demonstrated effectiveness in contributing substantially to bottom line results. Professional experience with General Motors includes various Plant Supervision positions, Material Management Coordinator, General Supervisor, Engineering Manager, Purchasing Manager, and Plant Manager in Laredo, Texas, as he built the General Motors Plant from scratch.
Dr. Streeter graduated from Anderson High School, received a Bachelor of Art in Management and Associate Degree in Engineering from Purdue University, Master of Arts in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University, Doctorate of Theology from North Carolina College of Theology, Doctorate of Counseling from North Carolina College of Theology, and finally, a Ph.D. in Counseling North Carolina College of Theology.
Additional professional accomplishments include: Founder and Ordained Pastor of New Berean Baptist Church, Founder of Metropolitan College of Theology, Co-Founder of the Anderson Pastors Alliance, Founder of Madison County Pirates Semi-Pro Football Team, Founder of Community Tutoring Program, Co-Founder of Anderson Impact Center, Vice President of Madison County NAACP and Co-Founder of Job Placement Ministry. Dr. Streeter has received 24 civic awards from various organizations including “Businessman of the Year” award in September of 2013 from the Chamber of Commerce.
Through the development of The Anderson Impact Center, he has helped create an avenue that allows adult students the opportunity and support to earn a high school diploma and begin post-secondary education tuition free, while developing career paths that offer employment and growth opportunities.
Rev. Dr. Earlie Dixon
Sherry Peak-Davis is a native of Anderson, IN and enjoys working in the community as an educator, trainer and advocate. Her passion includes helping others realize a better quality of life through education, entrepreneurship and empowerment.
Sherry’s resume includes over 15 years of executive management, administration, planning, communications, program development and corporate training in the nonprofit sector. She is master’s prepared in business administration with a specialization in business management; in addition to being degreed in accounting and having received extensive training in the areas of business, management and leadership.
Sherry has served at The Anderson Impact Center as the Assistant Director since its inception in 2012. Sherry has been instrumental in developing the organizations education and job training programs, the Impact Senior Program and community outreach programs and activities held at The Anderson Impact Center.
Previously, Sherry served as executive staff for the Minority Health Coalition of Madison County and adjunct faculty for Harrison College. Sherry currently serves as a board member forseveral local nonprofit organizations, including the Madison County Chamber of Commerce.
In addition, Sherry also hosts the weekly “Share With Sherry” talk radio show on 1240WHBU.
Monique I. Flores is a graduate of the the Kelly School of Business of IUPUI. Monique holds bachelor degree in Marketing with a bachelor degree in Marketing
Monique I. Flores graduated from Anderson High School in 2007 with an Academic Honors Diploma. She placed in the top 20 of her graduating class. She later graduated from the Kelly School of Business of IUPUI with a bachelor degree in Marketing. Upon graduation, she received the opportunity to work in the nonprofit sector. Ms. Flores has worked for the Anderson Impact Center with the title of Office Manager for four years. Monique has experience in program management, maintaining finances, technological application essential to the organization’s operation and outreach, and marketing materials and strategies. She has received a certification for becoming a Tax Mentor through the IRS and volunteers for the United Way My Free Taxes program. Ms. Flores has also completed a coactive coach training course through Southeast Community Services.
Board of Directors
Reverend Samie T. Dixon
Reverend Earlie Dixon
Primus J. Mootry
Dr. James Willey
Tom Van Osdol