The EPA board of directors has announced the candidates for two open board positions. A committee made up of Mark Winz (Cru Storylines), Eric Thomsen (ONE Magazine), and Sarah Brown (Evangelicals) has nominated Danny Conn for the position of treasurer and Warren L. Maye for one of the two advisor positions.
The candidates will be presented to the membership for approval at the annual business meeting to be held April 17 during the Colorado Springs convention. Members may make additional nominations from the floor during the business meeting. However, it is necessary to confirm, in advance, the ability and willingness to serve by the potential candidate. Their presence is recommended, but not required. In the case of additional nominations from the floor, a vote will be taken during the meeting.
EPA thanks Marquita Smith and Rick Knoth, who will complete their three-year terms in April, for their service.
Danny Conn has more than 35 years in ministry as a pastor, minister of education, and Christian schoolteacher and principal. He has served as the editorial director of curriculum at Randall House since 2006. In 2020, he became the editor of the academic books at Randall House.
He received his undergraduate degree in theology from Randall University, earned a Masters in Pastoral Studies from Welch College and earned the doctorate in Educational Administration from Pensacola Christian College. He is the co-creator of Elements Kids Worship and author of The Heritage of the English Bible.
Danny has been attending EPA conventions regularly since 2010 and served on the convention committee for the 2013 Nashville convention. Since 2015, he has been the coordinator for the awards contest.
Danny and his wife, Diane, live near Springfield, Tennessee.
Having been attending EPA conventions since 2002, Warren L. Maye is editor-in-chief of Salvation Army publications in the USA Eastern Territory. He has authored books on parenting, ministry and Salvation Army history. His writing has been published, recognized and awarded by leading media organizations including EPA, Holiness Today magazine, The Journal News (Rockland County, N.Y.), Harper Collins, Random House, Fairchild Publications and The War Cry magazine.
Warren’s photography and commercial illustrations have been displayed in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., and in the Society of Illustrators in New York City. He graduated with honors from Parsons School of Design as a Scholastic Magazines scholar. He holds a graduate degree in communications from Fordham University.
As a broadcaster, Warren has hosted shows and appeared as a guest on numerous radio stations. His many voiceover projects span the gamut, including his most recent project, “Oaks of Righteousness,” for The Salvation Army.
Warren lives in New York City with his wife, Marilyn.
Posted Feb. 12, 2020