Board of Directors



Don Philgreen, M.D.
Faculty Physician, Research Family Medicine Residency


Dr. Philgreen’s 50+ year healthcare career began at the University of Chicago School of Medicine followed by a rotating internship at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. Dr. Philgreen’s first service was two years with the Indian Health Service on the Gila River Indian Reservation in Arizona. He served in private practice in Ottawa, Kansas before becoming the medical director for the LIGHT House and Rachel House crisis pregnancy ministries. In 1996, Dr. Philgreen continued to share his vision and skills joining the faculty at Research Medical Center Family Medicine Residency where he continues to teach today. In 2004, he was named the Missouri Family Physician of the Year by the Missouri Academy of Family Physicians and was a runner-up in the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Physician of the Year.




Peter Greenspan, DO
Assistant Professor, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine
Associate Chairman, Department of OB-GYN, Truman Medical Center-Lakewood


Dr. Greenspan is a native of Brooklyn, New York, and a graduate of the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. Since 1997 this Board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist has instructed medical students and residents in the Kansas City area. Dr. Greenspan, a messianic Jew, is a recognized authority on subjects of apologetics, medical ethics and human cloning.




Judy LeMaster, RN  


Judy LeMaster is a registered nurse raised in London, England and educated at Westminster Hospital and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Skilled in midwifery and fluent in the Nepali language, Judy and her husband Joe LeMaster lived in Nepal from 1990-2000, serving at Okhaldhunga Hospital the only medical care facility for 300,000 people, where they promoted maternal-child health. Judy also served at Nepal’s Amp Pipal Hospital as a nursing supervisor, alongside a newly appointed Nepali nursing superintendent. More recently, Judy aids Bhutanese refugees resettled in the Kansas City area, teaching English as Second Language (ESL) in association with Mission Adelante, and continues to lead  healthcare teams to Nepal, where her cultural expertise facilities their effective service.




Roy Moran, Th.M.
Pastor, Shoal Creek Community Church


Roy Moran is the primary leader of a church that is fully engaged in orphan care, health, and economic development for the community of Bhukwini, South Africa. Before founding Shoal Creek, Roy was Vice President of Human Resources for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Along with his responsibilities at Shoal Creek, Roy has served as a consultant in the areas of leadership development, executive coaching, and team building with SkillPath. Roy is a graduate of Baylor University and Dallas Theological Seminary. He loves golf, his four children, and wife, Candy, in reverse order.




Timothy Myrick, MD


Dr. Timothy Myrick lived and served for two decades with his family in the Muslim world, including locations in sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa, Middle East, and the Horn of Africa – including INMED Training Sites Oasis Hospital and Kijabe Hospital. His wife, Lori, has served alongside him as a labor and delivery nurse. While in Kenya, they focused on the needs of Somali refugees. Tim communicates fluently in Arabic and French, has taught medical school in northern Somalia and is currently teaching family medicine at University of Missouri-Kansas City



Searcy-Mike-New PhotoMike Searcy, CFP

President, Searcy Financial Services


Mike Searcy is a Certified Financial Planner and has served as an adjunct faculty member at the College for Financial Planning and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In addition, he has served as Education Chairman and President for the Kansas City Chapter of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners, and as an advisory board member to the National Committee of the International Association for Financial Planning. He is a former member of the International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy. Michael has been a Rotarian since 1995 and for ten years participated with medical specialty care teams providing care in Central America.