Judy Olson, Board Chair – Spirit of Texas Bank
James E. Pung, Board Vice-Chair – Enercorp Sand Solutions
Scott Creasman, Treasurer – Repcon Strickland, Inc.
Steven C. Earl, Secretary – Martin, Earl & Stilwell, LLP
Sean Douglas – Huntsman
Robert Evans – ExxonMobil, Retired
Richard Lane – Vitruvian Exploration
Clay McCollor – Knighton & Stone, PLLC
Jud Miller – Bank of Texas
Sandy Petermann-Williams – RE/MAX, The Woodlands & Spring
Chris Sembritzky – Anadarko
Robyn West – Watson West Consulting
Judy Olson is Market President at Spirit of Texas Bank in The Woodlands, TX. Judy is a native of Conroe, Texas and has been in banking and mortgage lending in The Woodlands for 23 years. In addition to her position as the Chair of the CASA Board of Directors, Judy is currently President Elect of the Rotary Club of The Woodlands. She earned a BA in Speech Communications from Stephen F. Austin State University and an MBA from Texas A & M University. Judy and her husband, Steve Olson, and their daughter, Nikki Larson live on 10 acres in Conroe.
James E. Pung is President of EnerCorp Sand Solutions and is based in their USA headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas area. Mr. Pung was appointed to this position in December 2017 after the merge of Energes, LLC and Dynacorp Energy Services. Prior to this merge, Mr. Pung served as a the President / CEO of Energes, LLC since 2014. Previous to these roles, Mr. Pung served in various senior management positions for over 10 years for TETRA Technologies. Over the past 15+ years, Mr. Pung has served in various management roles working in the energy, public utilities, and grocery retail sectors.
After moving to the North Houston area in 2010, Mr. Pung and his wife became actively involved in CASA of Montgomery County by becoming child Advocates, and Mr. Pung eventually began supporting the organization in other areas such as development committee leadership, advisory council, supporting the planning and execution of the CASA Superhero run each year, and other various leadership roles, eventually joining the CASA Board in 2015. James and his wife Angela reside in Conroe and enjoy traveling, classic car shows, outdoor hiking, local theater, and spending time with their three kids. James and his family are active members of Stonebridge Church where James teaches Sunday School and supports the church in other various activities.
In his role as Chief Financial Officer, Scott assists EMCOR Industrial Services to build upon its foundation, helping to ensure that Ohmstede, Repcon, AltairStrickland, Diamond Refractory, Tiger Tower Services, and Turnaround Welding Services follows in its heritage of providing clients reliable and high-quality services they require in today’s challenging environment. Scott’s responsibilities cover the full range of financial operations, including financial reporting, management information systems (MIS), treasury functions, billing, accounts payable and receivable, payroll administration, credit and collections, and other related business services.
With over his twenty-five years of business management and finance experience, Scott brings considerable knowledge and expertise to the EMCOR Industrial Services organization regarding a range of business and financial disciplines. Examples include venture capital financing, S-1 preparation, banking relationships, and M&A transactions. Throughout his career, Scott has held positions of Controller, Chief Accounting Officer, and Vice President–Finance.
Scott received a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin in 1987, and is a registered Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas.
Steven Earl joined the Board of Directors in 2012. He is a Partner in the law firm of Martin, Earl & Stillwell LLP in The Woodlands where he focuses on estate planning, probate, trusts, guardianship, elder law, and is considered a leader in corporate legal issues, trusts, mergers, and assets transactions.
He is a Cum Laude graduate of Texas A&M University and received his Doctor of Jurisprudence Cum Laude in 1997 from the University of Houston. Mr. Earl attends Houston Worship Center in Spring, along with his family.
Sean Douglas is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Huntsman. Mr. Douglas was appointed to this position in January 2017. Prior to that, he served as Vice President, Corporate Development and Treasurer since July 2016. Mr. Douglas left the Company in July 2012 to perform charitable services and rejoined the Company in July 2015 as Vice President, Corporate Development. He previously served as Huntsman Vice President, Corporate Development from December 2009 until July 2012. Mr. Douglas served as Vice President and Treasurer from 2002 to December 2009, Vice President, Finance from July 2001 to 2002 and Vice President, Administration from January 1997 to July 2001. Prior to joining Huntsman in 1990, Mr. Douglas worked for the accounting firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Bob Evans – Finance & Compliance Committee
Bob Evans joined the CASA Board of Directors in 2013. After more than 7 years volunteering with Montgomery County United Way, Bob became acutely aware of the social needs of county residents, children in particular. Over 40% of the children in Montgomery County live at or below the federally defined poverty level. This understanding, as well as a love for children, led Bob and his wife to volunteer with CASA in early 2013. It quickly became evident how important CASA volunteers were to the eventual placement of children in a permanent and loving home. Because of his strong belief in CASA’s mission, Bob asked to join the Board to further CASA’s mission and impact.
Bob brings to the Board over 25 years of for-profit management experience. Additionally, he has 7 years of non-profit experience with the Montgomery County United Way, serving on its Board as well as the Finance, Strategic Planning, Community Impact, and Strategic Investment Committees.
Bob was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. After completing a B.A.Sc degree in Geophysics at the University of Toronto in 1972, Bob accepted a position with Mobil Oil in Calgary, Canada. Now retired, he spent 37 years with Mobil and ExxonMobil in various technical and management positions in Canada, USA, Libya and Indonesia, mainly in oil and gas exploration.
Bob and his wife, Pat, moved to The Woodlands in 2005 and are parents to 3 grown children, Ryan, Michael and Stephen. They also have 3 beautiful granddaughters, Reed, Aurora and Ruby. Bob loves to golf and scuba dive, and downhill skis on his annual winter trip to Canada. Bob and Pat travel about 80 days each year, and particularly enjoy travel to countries with different cultures, history, foods, languages and religion.
Richard Lane joined the CASA Board of Directors in November, 2015. Mr. Lane is the CEO & President of Vitruvian Exploration II, LLC.
Clay McCollor joined the CASA Board of Directors in November, 2015. Mr. McCollor is an Associate Attorney at Stibbs & Co.
Jud Miller joined the CASA Board of Directors in 2016. Mr. Miller is currently a Vice President with a large regional bank holding company in Houston, Texas and has spent over 15 years dedicated to using his knowledge of finance and banking to help companies and their leadership develop strategies around growth and success.
Mr. Miller has always been passionate about causes that help children rise above their situation. Miller explains, “As a past officer of the Boys and Girls Club of Lee County (Alabama) as well as an officer of the Lee County Kiwanis Club, I feel strongly in helping children whom have been dealt an undeserving hand and feel it is our responsibility in trying to give them a chance for success in life.”
Given past rolls with non-profits and community organizations, Mr. Miller has seen many different ways of raising awareness for different causes, with most involving children. His role within banking is to be the face of his organization in front of large, corporate, decision makers. In doing so, Mr. Miller will be an advocate for CASA with those that can make a difference as it pertains to moving CASA forward in its mission of continuing to serve every child in need.
Mr. Miller and his wife Patricia currently reside in The Woodlands with their son, William. In his free time, he enjoys most outdoor recreation such as golf, fishing, and biking. Having grown up on multiple continents, Mr. Miller and his family also enjoys traveling.
Sandy Petermann-Williams joined the CASA Board of Directors in 2016, and has actively volunteered on behalf of CASA since 2015. She is an independent RE/MAX agent and residential real estate expert who serves The Woodlands and surrounding areas.
Sandy moved to The Woodlands over a decade ago after working for many years as an oil and gas accountant in her home state of Louisiana. She feels strongly about her commitment to the community through local non-profit organizations. In addition to her work with CASA, she has been a fundraiser for the South Montgomery County YMCA and is a project organizer for the Junior League of The Woodlands.
Sandy earned a degree in accounting from Southeastern Louisiana University. Along with her husband, Steve, she enjoys taking part in the many festivals, concerts and other community events that help make this area so special.
Robyn West joined the team of CASA volunteers in 2006 and since that time has teamed with other advocates to be the voice for 25 children. Realizing that fundraising is critical to having an advocate for every abused and neglected child in Montgomery County, Robyn joined the CHAMPS fundraising team. In 2010 Robyn Co-Chaired the CASA Gala.
Prior to her involvement in CASA Robyn had a successful career in the computer industry, holding Director and Vice President level positions in New Zealand, Singapore and the USA. She and her husband are now owners of their business specializing in sales, marketing and general management services.
Robyn’s husband, Richard Taylor, became a CASA volunteer to help Robyn with cases, particularly those with teenage boys who are also in the Juvenile Justice system. They live with their dog, Miss Daisy.
Robyn is looking forward to working with the Board to raise enough money to meet our goals of an advocate for every abused and neglected child and taking concrete measures to stop the dreadful cycle of abuse and neglect happening in our own backyard.