Enterprise Bank & Trust

Officers & Directors

Officers & Directors

Senior Management

James B. Lally
James B. Lally
CEO, Enterprise Financial
James B. Lally Jim Lally is President and CEO of Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC). He is a passionate advocate for the company’s mission to ensure a lifetime of financial success through unmatched client attention, education and philanthropy.

Throughout his career, Jim has helped EFSC achieve record financial results, increased market share, and industry-leading customer satisfaction. Before being named CEO in May of 2017, he served as President of EFSC, Director of Fee Businesses and Director of Commercial Banking for Enterprise Bank & Trust, the company’s principal subsidiary. Before joining EFSC, Jim worked in various commercial banking capacities with U.S. Bank and Commerce Bank.

Jim serves on the board of Wallis Companies, St. Joseph’s Academy Finance Committee, St. Louis Archdiocesan Finance Council, St Louis Archdiocesan Property and Finance Committee, and is Trustee of the St. Louis Archdiocesan Fund. Currently, Jim is a member of the Regional Business Council of St. Louis and the Friends of Scouting Campaign Chairman for the New Horizons District of the Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis. Jim’s past civic involvements include membership on the executive leadership team of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Heart Association and the Algonquin Golf Club.

A native of St. Louis, Jim received his MBA from the University of Missouri–St. Louis and his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Saint Louis University.

EFSC, with approximately $5 billion in assets, is a bank holding company headquartered in Clayton, Mo. Enterprise Bank & Trust operates 28 branch offices in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix metropolitan areas. EFSC offers a range of business and personal banking services and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, retirement plans and non-profit organizations. Additional information is available at enterprisebank.com.
Keene S. Turner, CPA
Keene S. Turner, CPA
Executive Vice President & CFO
Keene S. Turner, CPA Keene S. Turner is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Enterprise Financial Services Corp, a banking and wealth management company. The company concentrates on meeting the lifetime financial needs of business owners, their organizations, and other success-minded individuals. Enterprise manages approximately $4.1 billion in banking assets and administers $1.7 billion of wealth management assets in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix regions.

Keene previously served at National Penn Bancshares, Inc. in Pennsylvania as Executive Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer. Prior to National Penn, Turner was a vice president at the investment banking firm Griffin Financial Group, where he advised financial institutions on mergers, acquisitions and other strategic matters. He is a CPA, with public accounting experience at Ernst & Young, LLP.

Turner is a summa cum laude graduate of Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics, Accounting and Business Administration.
Scott R. Goodman
Scott R. Goodman
President, Enterprise Bank & Trust
Scott R. Goodman Scott Goodman is President of Enterprise Bank & Trust, the banking subsidiary of Enterprise Financial Services Corp, a banking and wealth management company. The company concentrates on meeting the lifetime financial needs of business owners, their organizations, and other success-minded individuals. Enterprise comprises approximately $5 billion in banking assets and $2.2 billion in wealth management assets in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix regions.

In his role as President of Enterprise Bank & Trust, Scott directs Enterprise’s commercial, business and consumer banking channels as well as the various fee business lines including wealth management in all three of its markets. He also serves on the Board of Enterprise Bank & Trust and on Enterprise Financial’s executive management committee.

Scott has held numerous positions since joining Enterprise in 2003, including Regional President, Regional Chief Credit Officer and Director of Fee Business Lines. Prior to Enterprise, Scott held various positions at US Bank and Boatman’s Bank. He has over 30 years of professional experience in financial management and banking.

Goodman received his BSBA in Accounting/Finance from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO in 1985 and his MBA from St. Louis University in 1989.

Current and prior community development activities include United Way of Greater St. Louis Board of Directors and Chair of its Development Committee, the Mercy Health Foundation Board of Directors and Executive Committee, membership in the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), with participation in chapter leadership, the Board of Trustees at Our Little Haven, Habitat for Humanity volunteer and Rockhurst University Leadership mentor program. He has also served on the St. Louis Repertory Theatre Board of Directors, the Board and Finance Committee of Haven House St. Louis and the MS Society Corporate Achiever Committee.
Douglas N. Bauche
Douglas N. Bauche
Chief Credit Officer, Enterprise Bank & Trust
Douglas N. Bauche Bauche is Chief Credit Officer of Enterprise Bank & Trust and chair of the company’s Executive Credit Committee. Doug has 25 years of commercial banking experience. His career started with Mercantile Bancorporation in Springfield, Missouri in 1990 as a commercial lender. In 1994, he transferred with Mercantile to the St. Louis area to assist with the acquisition and integration of a commercial bank. Through 1997, Bauche continued to assist Mercantile with numerous other bank acquisitions including Hawkeye Bancorp in Iowa, Sterling Bank in Illinois, and Twin City Bancorp in Arkansas. In 1997, Bauche was promoted within Mercantile’s community bank credit administration, which oversaw all large (>$3 million) commercial credit origination in Mercantile’s community banking markets throughout Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and Iowa. In 2000, Bauche joined Enterprise Bank & Trust, as a Vice President of commercial lending, where he developed a substantial portfolio of middle market C&I clients. In 2009, he was promoted to lead the bank’s St. Charles Region and subsequently assumed the chairperson’s responsibility of the St. Louis Regional Credit Committee and became a voting member of the Executive Credit Committee. In 2014, Doug was promoted to President of Enterprise Bank’s St. Louis Region. Doug is a 1992 graduate from Missouri State University. He is a member of the Lewis & Clark Young-Presidents Organization. He serves as a member of the BJC St. Peters & Progress West Hospital Foundation Board. Previously, he has served various other charitable organizations including Project Inc. Sheltered Workshop, United Services for Children, Gateway Seniors Association, and the MS Society. Doug has been married to his wife Tricia for 23 years. They have four children and reside in the St. Louis area.
Mark G. Ponder
Mark G. Ponder
Chief Financial Officer & Corporate Secretary, Enterprise Bank & Trust
Mark G. Ponder

EFSC Board of Directors

James B. Lally
James B. Lally
James B. Lally Jim Lally is President and CEO of Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC). He is a passionate advocate for the company’s mission to ensure a lifetime of financial success through unmatched client attention, education and philanthropy.

Throughout his career, Jim has helped EFSC achieve record financial results, increased market share, and industry-leading customer satisfaction. Before being named CEO in May of 2017, he served as President of EFSC, Director of Fee Businesses and Director of Commercial Banking for Enterprise Bank & Trust, the company’s principal subsidiary. Before joining EFSC, Jim worked in various commercial banking capacities with U.S. Bank and Commerce Bank.

Jim serves on the board of Wallis Companies, St. Joseph’s Academy Finance Committee, St. Louis Archdiocesan Finance Council, St Louis Archdiocesan Property and Finance Committee, and is Trustee of the St. Louis Archdiocesan Fund. Currently, Jim is a member of the Regional Business Council of St. Louis and the Friends of Scouting Campaign Chairman for the New Horizons District of the Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis. Jim’s past civic involvements include membership on the executive leadership team of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Heart Association and the Algonquin Golf Club.

A native of St. Louis, Jim received his MBA from the University of Missouri–St. Louis and his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Saint Louis University.

EFSC, with approximately $5 billion in assets, is a bank holding company headquartered in Clayton, Mo. Enterprise Bank & Trust operates 28 branch offices in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix metropolitan areas. EFSC offers a range of business and personal banking services and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, retirement plans and non-profit organizations. Additional information is available at enterprisebank.com.
John Q. Arnold
John Q. Arnold
John Q. Arnold John Q. Arnold has been a director of the Company since 2015. Mr. Arnold has been a member of the Bank's Board since 2008, and is the chair of the Bank's Credit Committee. Previously, he served for many years in governance at St. John's Mercy Health Care, including as Chair of its Board of Directors, and its FAC Committee, as well as chair of the St. John's Mercy Hospital Board and the St. John's Mercy Foundation before joining the Mercy Health System Board in 2012. Mr. Arnold retired from the Mercy Health System Board in June 2016. Mr. Arnold received an AB from Dartmouth College in 1966 and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth. Mr. Arnold is Board Chair of John Henry Foster Company in St. Louis. He has a substantial background in publicly held bank executive management, with particularly deep experience in credit, finance and risk management. Mr. Arnold also brings longstanding expertise in the health care industry, an important business area for the Company.
Michael A. DeCola
Michael A. DeCola
Michael A. DeCola Michael A. DeCola has been a director of the Company since 2007. Mr. DeCola has been Chief Executive Officer of HBM Holdings Company since January 2014 (President and Chief Executive Officer from January 2014-September 2018). Mr. DeCola serves as Chairman of the Board of Mississippi Lime Company, Delavau, LLC and Tru-Flex, LLC, all of which are portfolio companies of HBM Holdings. Mr. DeCola serves on a private company board in the St. Louis community, was previously the Chairman of the St. Louis Regional Business Council, and currently is the Chairman of the United Way of Greater St. Louis. He brings to the Board executive business experience and connections with the St. Louis business community.
John S. Eulich
John S. Eulich
John S. Eulich John S. Eulich has been a director of the Company since 2010. Mr. Eulich was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aspeq Holdings, Inc. (dba INDEECO), a manufacturing company, from 2005 through 2015. He was President & CEO of Mark Andy, Inc. (owned by Dover Corporation) from 1985 through 2003. He has been a member of the Bank's Board of Directors since July 2009. Mr. Eulich was a Director of LMI Aerospace, Inc. (NASDAQ: LMIA) from 2005-2017 until the company was sold in June 2017. He served as Chairman of the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee (2014-2017), member of the committee (2012-2014), and was a member of LMIA’s Audit Committee (2005-2017) and Compensation Committee (2005-2017). In addition to his public company experience, he is a successful entrepreneur and familiar with the needs of privately-held businesses. He is engaged in the St. Louis community through various boards.
Robert E. Guest Jr.
Robert E. Guest Jr.
Robert E. Guest Jr. Robert Guest is a Partner of Affinity Law Group.
James M. Havel
James M. Havel
James M. Havel James M. Havel was appointed to the Board on March 6, 2014. Mr. Havel is currently Executive Vice Present and Chief Financial Officer at Express Scripts. Beginning April 2016 through November 2016, Mr. Havel served as Chief Operating Officer of Vatterott Education Centers, a privately-held post-secondary trade school. Beginning January 2015 through March 2016, Mr. Havel served as a financial executive with Express Scripts Holding Company, a Fortune 25 Pharmacy Benefits Management company. Beginning in April 2011 and through December 2014, Mr. Havel served as the Chief Financial Officer of Major Brands Holdings, a prominent St. Louis-based wholesaler of premium wine and spirits, craft beer and non-alcoholic beverages. As an independent consultant from July 2010 through April 2011 with Havel Associates, LLC, Havel advised public and private companies on acquisitions and strategic planning. Prior to July 2010, Mr. Havel was a partner with Ernst & Young LLP. He brings extensive financial experience in both public and private company environments. Mr. Havel’s public accounting background also provides him with insight into the broad range of businesses and industries the Company serves.

Michael R. Holmes
Michael R. Holmes
Michael R. Holmes Holmes is Chairman of Rx Outreach, Inc. a non-profit pharmacy that dispenses more than 30,000 months of medicine each week to low income individuals across America. He formerly served as Executive Vice President of Express Scripts, responsible for Corporate Strategy, Research and Clinical Services, Human Resources, Corporate Real Estate, Security, Procurement and all of its domestic subsidiary businesses. Prior to Express Scripts, Holmes was a Partner at Edward Jones.
Holmes earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis and his master’s degree in business administration at Webster University. He is broadly involved in the community, having served with United Way, BJC HealthCare, Needy Meds, African American Business Leadership Council and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Judith S. Heeter
Judith S. Heeter
Judith S. Heeter Judith S. Heeter has been a director of the Company since 2012. Since February 2011, Ms. Heeter has served as president of Pathfinder Consulting, LLC, a consulting company based in Mission Hills, Kansas which she founded. From 1990 to 2010, Ms. Heeter served as Director of Business Affairs and Licensing for the Major League Baseball Players Association. Also from 1989 until February 2011, Ms. Heeter was a partner with the law firm of Polsinelli Shugart P.C. Ms. Heeter currently serves on the Board of Directors of Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company, serving as Chairperson since December 2011. She also serves on several non-public boards in the Kansas City metro area. Ms. Heeter brings a variety of executive and legal experience to the Board, including having practiced law for over 30 years. She is experienced in negotiating and implementing strategic business transactions and reorganizations, and she is a Governance Fellow certified by the National Association of Corporate Directors. She also has a significant business network within the Kansas City community.
Nevada "Al" Kent IV
Nevada "Al" Kent IV
Nevada "Al" Kent IV Nevada A. Kent, IV was appointed to the Board on February 8, 2017. Since August 2012, Mr. Kent has been an Adjunct Professor of Accounting at Washington University. Previously, Mr. Kent worked with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP as Marketing Managing Partner from July 2004 through June 2012, and Partner from August 1977 through June 2004, performing audit engagements, merger and acquisition engagements, litigation support, and security offerings. Mr. Kent has over 35 years of auditing experience, including involvement in supervisor roles, and will bring his extensive insight to the Board.
Michael T. Normile
Michael T. Normile
Michael T. Normile Michael T. Normile was appointed to the Board in October of 2017 and is a retired CPA. Most recently he was Senior Vice President and Treasurer at Mercantile Bancorp, Inc. He served as a Director of Eagle Bancshares and Scottrade. Mr. Normile holds a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Masters of Business Administration from St. Louis University and is actively involved in the community.

Eloise E. Schmitz
Eloise E. Schmitz
Eloise E. Schmitz Schmitz is co-founder and principal of LoanNEX in St. Louis, a residential mortgage platform of products and services including tools for trading loans, portfolio review and management and market risk/return analytics. She is also owner and partner of Adreon Investments, an investment partnership in three independent restaurants in St. Louis and Indianapolis.
Previously, Schmitz was executive vice president and chief financial officer of Charter Communications, Inc. She also has banking experience, having served with the former Mercantile Bank in St. Louis and the former First Union National Bank in Charlotte, NC.
Schmitz is a member of the Villa Duschesne Oak Hill School Board of Trustees. She has previously served on the Advisory Board to Palace Capital Management, LLC, the H. Sophie Newcomb College Institute Director Advisory Council and the Advisory Board of Women in Cable Television. Schmitz is a graduate of Tulane University.
Sandra A. Van Trease
Sandra A. Van Trease
Sandra A. Van Trease Sandra A. Van Trease has been a director of the Company since 2005. Since 2004, Ms. Van Trease has been the Group President of BJC HealthCare, a not-for-profit operator of hospitals and the largest healthcare institution in the St. Louis area. Ms. Van Trease was President and Chief Executive Officer at UNICARE, an operating unit of Well Point Inc., a health insurance company, from 2002 through 2004, and she was President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of RightChoice, a health insurance company, from 2000 through 2002. Ms. Van Trease has been a director of Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU) since 2002, where she has served as a member of their Audit Committee, and as a member and is currently chair of their Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Committee. Ms. Van Trease is also a Certified Public Accountant. Ms. Van Trease’s executive management and experience at these institutions together with her service on other publicly-traded company Boards and strong community service make her a valued advisor and highly qualified to serve on our Board and its committees.

Enterprise Bank & Trust Board of Directors

Stephen P. Marsh
Stephen P. Marsh
Chairman
Stephen P. Marsh Steve has a BA in economics from Creighton University and a MBA in finance from St. Louis University. Prior to joining Enterprise, Marsh served as president and senior loan officer of Southwest Bank, where he began his career in 1984. At Southwest, now owned by Marshall & IIsley Corp. of Milwaukee, he managed the commercial real estate department from 1984 to 1992. In 1992, Marsh was appointed senior loan officer and in 1999 was named president. He currently serves as Chairman and CEO of Enterprise Bank & Trust.
Dr. Benjamin Akande
Dr. Benjamin Akande
Dr. Benjamin Akande
John Q. Arnold
John Q. Arnold
John Q. Arnold John Q. Arnold has been a director of the Company since 2015. Mr. Arnold has been a member of the Bank's Board since 2008, and is the chair of the Bank's Credit Committee. Previously, he served for many years in governance at St. John's Mercy Health Care, including as Chair of its Board of Directors, and its FAC Committee, as well as chair of the St. John's Mercy Hospital Board and the St. John's Mercy Foundation before joining the Mercy Health System Board in 2012. Mr. Arnold retired from the Mercy Health System Board in June 2016. Mr. Arnold received an AB from Dartmouth College in 1966 and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth. Mr. Arnold is Board Chair of John Henry Foster Company in St. Louis. He has a substantial background in publicly held bank executive management, with particularly deep experience in credit, finance and risk management. Mr. Arnold also brings longstanding expertise in the health care industry, an important business area for the Company.
William W. Brown
William W. Brown
William W. Brown
John S. Eulich
John S. Eulich
John S. Eulich John S. Eulich has been a director of the Company since 2010. Mr. Eulich was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aspeq Holdings, Inc. (dba INDEECO), a manufacturing company, from 2005 through 2015. He was President & CEO of Mark Andy, Inc. (owned by Dover Corporation) from 1985 through 2003. He has been a member of the Bank's Board of Directors since July 2009. Mr. Eulich was a Director of LMI Aerospace, Inc. (NASDAQ: LMIA) from 2005-2017 until the company was sold in June 2017. He served as Chairman of the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee (2014-2017), member of the committee (2012-2014), and was a member of LMIA’s Audit Committee (2005-2017) and Compensation Committee (2005-2017). In addition to his public company experience, he is a successful entrepreneur and familiar with the needs of privately-held businesses. He is engaged in the St. Louis community through various boards.
Steven L. Finerty
Steven L. Finerty
Steven L. Finerty
John J. Gloss
John J. Gloss
John J. Gloss
Scott R. Goodman
Scott R. Goodman
Scott R. Goodman Scott Goodman is President of Enterprise Bank & Trust, the banking subsidiary of Enterprise Financial Services Corp, a banking and wealth management company. The company concentrates on meeting the lifetime financial needs of business owners, their organizations, and other success-minded individuals. Enterprise comprises approximately $5 billion in banking assets and $2.2 billion in wealth management assets in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix regions.

In his role as President of Enterprise Bank & Trust, Scott directs Enterprise’s commercial, business and consumer banking channels as well as the various fee business lines including wealth management in all three of its markets. He also serves on the Board of Enterprise Bank & Trust and on Enterprise Financial’s executive management committee.

Scott has held numerous positions since joining Enterprise in 2003, including Regional President, Regional Chief Credit Officer and Director of Fee Business Lines. Prior to Enterprise, Scott held various positions at US Bank and Boatman’s Bank. He has over 30 years of professional experience in financial management and banking.

Goodman received his BSBA in Accounting/Finance from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO in 1985 and his MBA from St. Louis University in 1989.

Current and prior community development activities include United Way of Greater St. Louis Board of Directors and Chair of its Development Committee, the Mercy Health Foundation Board of Directors and Executive Committee, membership in the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), with participation in chapter leadership, the Board of Trustees at Our Little Haven, Habitat for Humanity volunteer and Rockhurst University Leadership mentor program. He has also served on the St. Louis Repertory Theatre Board of Directors, the Board and Finance Committee of Haven House St. Louis and the MS Society Corporate Achiever Committee.
Robert M. Kaiser
Robert M. Kaiser
Robert M. Kaiser
Atul Kamra
Atul Kamra
Atul Kamra Atul Kamra is Managing Partner of SixThirty, a global FinTech seed fund and accelerator and cofounding General Partner of SixThirty CYBER. The SixThirty group of companies attract the most innovative FinTech and Cyber Security start-ups from across the globe, and work with like-minded corporate partners and mentors to accelerate their growth.

Prior to his role at SixThirty, Atul served as Senior Managing Director and head of Advice for Wells Fargo Advisors, overseeing investment research, strategy, portfolio management and advice quality, serving 15,000 financial advisors, 3.3 million client households and $1.3Tn in client assets. In previous roles, Atul was President of First Clearing, Wells Fargo’s clearing business. He joined Wells Fargo from Booz & Co, where he was a Partner and Practice Leader of Booz’s Capital Markets & Wholesale Banking business. In earlier roles with American Express Bank in India, he was a relationship manager with the Corporate Banking Group and managed the western region’s Capital Markets Group.

Active in civic and community affairs, Atul’s passion is around education, entrepreneurship and diversity. He was the architect and executive leader of Wells Fargo’s partnership with the St. Louis Public Schools, the firm’s signature community effort. He serves on the boards of Webster University, the St. Louis Public Schools Foundation, St. Louis Fashion Fund & Incubator, and Prosper Institute, a non-profit organization focused on training and mentoring growth-seeking women entrepreneurs. He is a member of the Greater St. Louis Financial Forum, a CEO-led industry round table, serves on the BioSTL Coalition, and is on the Board of Advisors of Olin School of Business’ CFAR at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

Atul and his wife, Anjali, live in St. Louis, with their two children, Armaan and Veda. Atul grew up in Mumbai, India. He has a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Bombay University, where he was awarded a National Merit Scholarship and has a license to practice as a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He attended Duke University in Durham, NC, where he earned his MBA degree on a Rotary International scholarship
Lisa Greenman Kraner
Lisa Greenman Kraner
Lisa Greenman Kraner
James B. Lally
James B. Lally
James B. Lally Jim Lally is President and CEO of Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC). He is a passionate advocate for the company’s mission to ensure a lifetime of financial success through unmatched client attention, education and philanthropy.

Throughout his career, Jim has helped EFSC achieve record financial results, increased market share, and industry-leading customer satisfaction. Before being named CEO in May of 2017, he served as President of EFSC, Director of Fee Businesses and Director of Commercial Banking for Enterprise Bank & Trust, the company’s principal subsidiary. Before joining EFSC, Jim worked in various commercial banking capacities with U.S. Bank and Commerce Bank.

Jim serves on the board of Wallis Companies, St. Joseph’s Academy Finance Committee, St. Louis Archdiocesan Finance Council, St Louis Archdiocesan Property and Finance Committee, and is Trustee of the St. Louis Archdiocesan Fund. Currently, Jim is a member of the Regional Business Council of St. Louis and the Friends of Scouting Campaign Chairman for the New Horizons District of the Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis. Jim’s past civic involvements include membership on the executive leadership team of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Heart Association and the Algonquin Golf Club.

A native of St. Louis, Jim received his MBA from the University of Missouri–St. Louis and his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Saint Louis University.

EFSC, with approximately $5 billion in assets, is a bank holding company headquartered in Clayton, Mo. Enterprise Bank & Trust operates 28 branch offices in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix metropolitan areas. EFSC offers a range of business and personal banking services and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, retirement plans and non-profit organizations. Additional information is available at enterprisebank.com.
Jerry L. McElhatton
Jerry L. McElhatton
Jerry L. McElhatton
Ted A. Murray
Ted A. Murray
Ted A. Murray
Jack A. Newman Jr.
Jack A. Newman Jr.
Jack A. Newman Jr.
Patrick Kozeny
Patrick Kozeny
Patrick Kozeny Since joining Kozeny-Wagner in 1990, my roles have included project manager, estimator, Director of Business Development and served as the Administrative Vice-President from 1996-2000. Prior to all that, I worked in a seasonal and part-time capacity for the company in various field and office positions. Over the past 25-years, I have gained extensive general construction, construction management and design-build experience for all forms of construction and development, including; corporate, interior build-out, commercial, retail, educational, edutainment, religious, industrial, historic renovation, civil, roadway, bridge, site development, infrastructure, wireless communications, and technology driven projects. Kozeny-Wagner is also a premier authorized Varco Pruden Builder, providing turnkey pre-engineered structures throughout the Midwest. We excel at building and managing projects that incorporate challenging design, engineering and/or schedules. We pledge to always “do the right thing” and deliver in a transparent fashion for the folks we build for. We are a leader in sustainable construction practices and have extensive experience in building projects that require adherence to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) and building information modeling (BIM) standards. In my current capacity as President and COO, my responsibilities include the management of a host of really smart and passionate men and women that love “building a better quality of life” in our community through our award winning process. That, in itself, is very rewarding.
Dwaun J. Warmack
Dwaun J. Warmack
Dwaun J. Warmack Dr. Dwaun J. Warmack serves as president of Harris-Stowe State University and is one of the youngest serving presidents of a four-year institution in the nation. Warmack brings more than 18 years of progressive administrative experience in higher education at five distinct higher education institutions to the position. Within five months of his arrival at Harris-Stowe he raised a million dollars for student scholarships and infrastructure needs, and his leadership of Harris-Stowe’s major accomplishments during the past two years has been unprecedented.

He is a scholar-practitioner and possesses a wealth of experience in program design, faculty and student development, assessment and accreditation. Dr. Warmack’s trajectory in higher education has been short of remarkable. Prior to his appointment as president of Harris-Stowe, he served as senior vice president, administration and student services at Bethune-Cookman University overseeing a staff of 170. His successes include oversight of a multi-million dollar renovation of the institution’s residence halls. Prior to his tenure at Bethune-Cookman, he was the associate dean of students at Rhodes College in Memphis, where he had oversight of student affairs including judicial affairs, student activities, Greek life, new student and parent orientation and multicultural affairs. Warmack has also held positions at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C., and Delta State University.

Dr. Warmack provides a brand of leadership that is characterized by an unqualified insistence on data driven decision-making and a commitment to higher education’s current best practices. A visionary with a unique understanding and appreciation for today’s millennial students, he is committed to academic integration and the holistic development of students. Warmack is committed to developing programs that promote diversity, pluralism and cultural competency. Throughout his career he has championed inclusion, academic excellence and the retention of underrepresented students. Over the years he has presented more than 120 diversity and leadership presentations and workshops to an array of individuals and groups.

To bolster his executive fortes, Warmack has participated in a variety of professional development opportunities including the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ (AASCU) Millennium Leadership Initiative (MLI), and Hampton University’s “On The Road to the Presidency: Executive Leadership Summit.” Warmack has appeared on CNN, Al Jazeera America, C-SPAN and NPR discussing educational issues that impact the nation.

He has received several awards for his work in higher education and the community. He received theDelta State University Young Alumni Award and was recently inducted into the institution’s Hall of Fame. He served as a Board member for the Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) Foundation, the Alumni Board of Directors for Delta State University. He currently serves on the boards of Cortex, the Saint Louis Science Center, the St. Louis Regional Chamber, The Muny, Grand Center and the United Way of Greater St. Louis and Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. Dr. Warmack earned a bachelor’s degree in education and master’s degree in sociology from Delta State University. He earned his doctorate in educational leadership with a specialization in higher education from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, and his post-doctoral studies in educational leadership at Harvard University School of Education. Dr. Warmack is a peer reviewer with the Higher Learning Commission, the largest regional accreditation body in the United States.

Awards and Special Honors
-Delux Magazine Featured Cover, March/April 2016
-Rickey Smiley Foundation “Trailblazer Award” Recipient, July 2016
-East St. Louis Branch of NAACP “Game Changer” Recipient, October 2016
-Delta State University “Black Alumnus of the Year” Recipient, October 2016
-Featured in Ladue News, March 2015
-Featured in HEC-TV Magazine, June 2015
-St. Louis Business Journal “Diverse Business Leader Honoree”, August 2015
-Kingdom House Neighborhood Association “Outstanding Community Involvement Awardee”, September 2015
-Delux Magazine Power 100 Recipient, November 2015
-RVF Leadership Partner Award, 2015
-Who’s Who in Color “Most Intriguing People of 2015
Daniel Rodrigues
Daniel Rodrigues
Daniel Rodrigues Daniel A. Rodrigues is the Chief Operating Officer for Herndon Products, Inc. in O’Fallon, MO. As a Senior Executive at Herndon, Dan has extensive experience in setting a vision for an organization while maintaining focus on the day to day operational health and attainment of goals and objectives. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautics from Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology at St. Louis University. In addition to the Enterprise Bank & Trust Board, Dan serves as a member of the Board of Trustees at St. Louis University and the Dean’s Advisory Board of Parks College.