Terra Leavell serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the nonprofit Black Community Development Corp., which is a community-building organization that started at Canaan Christian Church in 1993, built ten (10) new homes in the Russell neighborhood, partnered on bringing a grocery store to Park DuValle, and for years has operated an after-school academy for at-risk youth. Ms. Leavell received a degree in communications from Western Kentucky University.
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Inaugural Board of Directors
David L. Shadburne joined the Park Community team in September 2015. As Executive Vice President, he oversees Lending, Credit Services, Finance, Risk Management, Community Development, and Internal Audit. He also works closely with Park’s President regarding strategic planning. David brings a wealth of knowledge to his position. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law and his MBA, through a joint program with the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville. He is currently working on his Master’s of Finance through the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. His undergraduate degree is in accounting from Western Kentucky University. David has over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, holding positions such as president and CEO, chief operations officer, assistant general counsel, senior vice president, vice president of finance, and vice president of internal audit in various financial institutions.
Among his professional designations are the following: Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner, Chartered Global Management Accountant, Licensed attorney – Kentucky.
Raymond H. Smith, Jr. is the son of the late Rev. Raymond H. Smith, Sr. and Johnnie M. Smith. He is a native of Augusta, Georgia. He grew up in Paris, Kentucky, where he attended Paris High School. There he played football, basketball, and ran track. In 1974, he was named “Kentucky Athlete of the Year.” He was also listed in Who’s Who of America. Upon graduation, he received a football scholarship to Purdue University.
At Purdue, he received his B.S. degree and was named All-Big Ten. After graduation, he played for a short period of time with the New Orleans Saints in professional football.
Before joining the ministry, full-time, he served as Senior Vice President, Retail and Small Business Banking, Community Trust Bank. In 2002, Smith was named U.S. Small Business Administration’s Financial Advocate of the Year for the State of Kentucky and the Southeastern Region of the United States.
Mr. Smith has spoken at a various Universities, Churches and Civic Organizations such as, Harvard University, the National Baptist Convention, Purdue University, the National Leadership Conference, the National Healthy Families of America Conference, Illinois Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse, Ministerial Alliances, Churches, Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children, United Way of Northern Kentucky, Diocesan Catholic Children’s Home Annual Dinner and NAACP Banquets, throughout the country.
Mr. Smith currently serves as President of OroWa Financial, a Division of Park Community Credit Union. He is also Senior Pastor, Broadway Christian Church in Winchester, Kentucky.
He currently serves on the following community boards: Board Chair – Clark Regional Hospital (Winchester), Vice Chair/Board Member – 1si (One Southern Indiana), Board Member – The Bluegrass Area Development District, Board Member – Urban League’s Fayette County Local Development Corporation, Board Member – Park Community Credit Union Advisory Council for Louisville/Bluegrass Region.
He was ordained into the Disciples of Christ ministry, July 25, 2013 and installed as Senior Pastor of Broadway Christian Church, August 11, 2013.
He is married to LEX-18 (NBC) News Anchor, Dia Davidson.
They are the proud parents of Rania De Vane Smith.
Daryle W. Unseld Jr. serves as chief equity officer for Louisville Metro United Way – charged with providing executive leadership, strategy development, planning, execution and accountability for Metro United Way’s focus on internal and external equity, diversity and inclusion. Prior to his service at Metro United Way, the 11-year U.S. Air Force veteran held positions in Louisville Metro Government and the YMCA of Greater Louisville. Daryle earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Louisville, a Master of Business Administration degree from Saint Leo University and Certificates in Nonprofit Executive Leadership and Fundraising Management from Indiana University School of Philanthropy. Daryle is a member of numerous civic and professional organizations including, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., 100 Black Men of Louisville, the National Black MBA Association, and Louisville Chapter of the NAACP.
Scott Worthington is AVP of Finance at Passport Health Plan by Molina Healthcare, a managed care health plan providing Medicaid benefits to over 300,000 Kentuckians. Before joining Passport, Mr. Worthington worked for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in various management and leadership roles over a 25-year career. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate of Bellarmine University receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Mr. Worthington has served on the Bellarmine University Alumni Association Board of Directors including serving one year as the board president. He serves as a Deacon at Parkland Baptist Church and serves on various board across the Greater Louisville region, including the Smoketown Wellness Center and the Credit Union.
Keisha Deonarine serves as the inaugural Executive Director of Nspire and Corporate Relations for the Park Community Credit Union. In this role, she is tasked with creating a new philanthropy organization while fulfilling the mission of financial equity, advocacy and wellness in underserved areas across Kentucky. In her prior role, she served as the inaugural Executive Director for the Passport Foundation, a public charity focusing on developing new and innovative programs beyond clinical care that improve social determinants of health for people in underserved and low-income communities throughout Kentucky. Ms. Deonarine is an active board member in the community and serves on the Kentucky Science Center and Family Scholar House boards. She is a former board member of ElderServe and Americana Community Center boards. Ms. Deonarine has been named a “Pioneer Women 2019” by the Speed Art Museum, “A Women to Know” by StyleBluePrint Magazine and the recipient of the Jewish Family and Career Services’ “Mosaic Award,” which honors immigrant/refugee leaders in community.
James E. Spradlin has been with Park Community since 1995. He began his career with the credit union as the manager of the Loan Department. From 2005 through 2008, Jim oversaw the Mortgage Department as the vice president of mortgage lending before joining the Executive Team as a senior vice president in 2009. In this role, he oversaw Lending, Finance, and Information Technology. In 2010, Jim was promoted to executive vice president and was named president and CEO the following year.
Jim was born and raised in Louisville. He is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, where he earned both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management and a Master’s of Business Administration.
Among his professional designations are the following: Certified Chief Executive from the Credit Union Executives Society, Certified Credit Union Executive from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), Business Lending Certification from CUNA. He is also active with the Kentucky Credit Union League, serving as: Chairman, Political Action Committee, Board of Directors, Kentucky Credit Union League, Member, Governmental Affairs Committee, Member, Emerging Leaders Committee.
Katherine E. McKune joined the Park Community team in 2017 as General Counsel. Kate was previously in private practice in Louisville, where she spent twelve years litigating and resolving cases for financial institutions and other commercial clients. Before moving to Louisville, she was in the Washington, D.C., litigation group of a major national law firm. Kate has extensive experience with contract disputes, employment matters, and trustee breaches of fiduciary duties, among other areas. As General Counsel for Park Community Credit Union, she provides legal advice and support to the credit union in all aspects of its business.
Kate received her undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and her law school degree from University of Virginia School of Law. She clerked for the late Judge Boyce F. Martin, Jr., of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and she is actively involved in the community. Kate has volunteered her time in multiple roles for the Legal Aid Society and Dress for Success Louisville, is a past member of the Louis D. Brandeis American Inn of Court, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the United Way of Kentucky (First Vice-Chair) and the Kentucky Chapter of the Associate of Corporate Counsel (Chapter President).
Kate and her husband have three children in JCPS schools, in 9th, 6th, and 2nd grades.