Board of Directors
Brian & Kara Harris
Mother and Father to Kaden, Brian and Kara, founded Kaden's Cause to bring awareness to Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood (SUDC) and support other families suffering through the loss of a child.
Devon Golden is a proud Georgetown/Scott County resident. She serves as City Attorney for the City of Georgetown, where she has been employed since April, 2017. Devon is a 2016 graduate of Northern Kentucky University's Chase College of Law and a 2013 graduate of Georgetown College, with a double major in Political Science and Business Management. While attending Georgetown College, she was captain of the women's basketball team and participated in a number of other campus and community initiatives. Devon is an active board member with the AMEN House and Scott County Habitat for Humanity and looks forward to the opportunity to serve another growing local non-profit that greatly benefits Georgetown/Scott County and beyond.
Rev. Beth Mosier
Rev. Beth Mosier, native to Louisville, KY, moved south to learn about football and sweet tea after graduating high school as a self-proclaimed band geek. She graduated from Auburn University with a BA in Psychology and a Double Minor in Religion and is a die-hard Tigers fan now, although she will root for UK fervently if they aren’t playing each other. After college, she moved back to Louisville to obtain her Masters of Divinity from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Knowing that Chaplaincy was her heart’s desire, she completed her residency at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, VA. She has served in various positions in churches, but has always managed to find her way back to working in Hospitals or Hospice. She previously worked at Baptist Health Lexington for 16 years serving as the Women’s and Children’s Chaplain, and developed her love and intense passion to serve and walk alongside those who have had miscarriages, stillborns, and newborn deaths. Certified by HPNA in Perinatal Loss Care, walking alongside parents and families in the most heart-wrenching times, serving as a resource and educator, guide, and being open to becoming a co-journeyer have all become key goals in her ministry. Currently, she serves with Bluegrass Care Navigators as a Hospice Chaplain and walks alongside Adult and Pediatric patients and families during the most sacred of days. Beth enjoys playing volleyball, fostering dogs for Woodstock, driving her new (to her) Miata and watching her kids grow up way too fast.
Daniel Harrison is from Scott County, KY where he still resides with his two children and wife, Michiko. He is a graduate of Scott County High School, Georgetown College, and received his Masters of Arts from The University of KY. He fell in love with craft beer during a three year stint teaching English in Japan. Daniel currently is Brand Manager for the brewery and is a founding board member and current Vice President of the Kentucky Guild of Brewers.
Grant, a licensed embalmer, funeral director and crematory operator, came back to Johnson's in September of 2014. A native of Grayson, KY, he began his career at Johnson's before spending more than 20 years of funeral service in Central Kentucky.
Grant and his wife Pam, have two children, Lauren and Andrew, and attend Georgetown First United Methodist Church. A Certified Funeral Service Practitioner, he is a member and Past President of the Georgetown Rotary Club, Board member for Kaden's Cause, member of Psalm 82:3 Mission, and Past President of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky as well as serving on various committees within the association. A Past President of the FDAK Central District, he is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and also serves as an Assistant Coach with the Scott County United boys lacrosse team.
In his free time, Grant enjoys going to the lake, working in his garden, traveling and spending time with his family.
Michael C. Trimboli, Esq.
Board President, Legal and Operations Advisor.
Trustee, Robert J. Stransky Foundation.
Davonna is passionate about promoting “all that is good.”
Leveraging her extensive experience in marketing and communications, PR, and management, she has created Davonna Inc. The “Inc” stands for inclusive, as she believes inclusiveness is key to changing our world for the better. She earned her BA in Communications from Georgetown College and went on to complete a Master’s in Healthcare Administration from the University of Kentucky’s College of Public Health while working in patient advocacy and PR at Baptist Health Lexington. She then spent 5 years as the Director of Marketing for Lexington Diagnostic Center. As a former Executive Director of a senior living community in Georgetown, she oversaw the construction, hiring and culture development.
In addition to her community and non-profit involvement, she serves on the Board of Directors for Women Leading Kentucky. She is a proud graduate of Leadership Lexington, has been on the board of Lexington Forum, and served as VP of Women In Business for the Scott County Chamber.
Davonna enjoys public speaking, singing, gardening, yoga, the arts, and supporting her local community. She loves her life in Central Kentucky, where she lives with her husband David, and their two cats, Linx and Tipsy. When not at home, you will find her ”in the room where it happens,” and at the table for important conversations about women empowerment and equal rights for all.
Lisa is the Executive Director of Kaden's Cause and holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration and Marketing from Wright State University in Dayton Ohio. She has more than 20 years of successful experience in sales, marketing, communications and fundraising. Mother of Morgan, Daughter of God!
Gina is originally from Fremont, Ohio and holds a Bachelors of Science in Human Ecology from The Ohio State University. She has been with United Talent for 6 years and employed since 2018. Previous experience includes Office Administration/Safety Coordinator with Betco Corporation in Toledo, Ohio and Substitute Teacher with Scott County Schools in Georgetown, Kentucky. She has two daughters that dance at United Talent, on the Scott County High School dance teams and with United Fine Arts Academy.