ATG Board

Jenny Emery

Jenny’s career started in London working at Sedgwick Forbes in various administrative roles. She then joined the team launching London’s first indoor tennis center, Riverside Racquet Center, with direct responsibility for marketing and membership recruitment.

Jenny’s spiritual journey began in 1984 after the tragic death of her mother. After their marriage in 1989, Jenny and Mark attended Holy Trinity Brompton where they trained under Nicky Gumbel to lead small groups. Jenny and her family moved to Canada in 1998 and then USA in 2000.

Jenny’s board experience includes a period on the board of Alpha USA, President of the Parents Association and parent representative of Strategic Planning Committee, Lake Forest Academy. She has also been involved in training Alpha small group leaders and leading Alpha small groups.

Her passion is for small group leadership and she has a heart for ministering to women and for the healing of broken relationships.

Jami Voge

Jami is an attorney who has been involved in various Christian ministries for the last 20+ years.

She is on the area committee for Young Life for North County San Diego and the Chair of the Alpha Youth Advisory Board. Over the years Jami has served on other non-profit Boards, and volunteered in many capacities for the church she has attended including teaching women’s bible study for many years.

Jami graduated from UC Berkeley with a BS in Economics in 1979. She received her JD from UC Hastings School of Law and her MBA from UC Berkeley in 1983, and her LLM from New York University in 1986.

Jami is married to Bill Voge and they have 5 children. Bill and Jami live in Solana Beach, California and spend time on occasion in London, England. They also enjoy time in Los Frailes, a small community in the southern part of Baja California in Mexico.

Jami’s passion is for youth finding the life God has for them in Jesus Christ and in teaching her friends about the love of God as revealed in scripture.

She also enjoys reading, cooking, and various sports activities and walking on the beach.

George Kohl

George Kohl is the Chief Operating Officer for Sterling Bay, a Chicago-based commercial real estate investment and development firm, which focuses on transforming undervalued properties in emerging locations into high-demand strategic destinations. In this role, he oversees all aspects of the company’s operations, including property management, leasing,construction, engineering, legal and accounting.

Prior to joining Sterling Bay, George was a Senior Managing Director with CBRE and had responsibility for Asset Services in the Central Region. In addition to Chicago, he directed this line of business in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Pittsburgh.

George joined CBRE following its merger with Trammell Crow Company. While there, the 30-year industry veteran was tasked with guiding and growing the firm’s presence in the competitive Chicago and Midwest markets. He also, as Managing Director of the firm’s Midwest trade area, oversaw all office and industrial brokerage, property management and project management operations throughout Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Minnesota.

Before that, Mr. Kohl served as Regional Vice President of Leasing at Chicago-based Equity Office Properties Trust. There he was responsible for the firm’s sizable Midwest portfolio which consisted of over 18 MSF of Class A properties in approximately 40 buildings throughout Chicago, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Columbus, Minneapolis and St. Louis.

George has a BA from Wheaton College (Illinois) and an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, and is currently the President of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) in Chicago.

Nick Fletcher

Nick Fletcher is the Chief Executive Officer, London Wall Partners.

Nick played a leading role in successfully developing and managing what became a leading City based advisory firm from 1993 to 2011, initially as a client adviser and for the latter 8 years as the CEO and Chairman of the Investment Committee. During this time, Nick served an ever growing number of clients, many sourced through personal recommendation, in what was a difficult period for investment and financial advisers generally. His passion was and remains to provide proper independent financial advice without the conflicts of interest, which have become an increasingly prominent part of the financial services industry. Nick provides advice to Partners / retired Partners of leading City law and accountancy practices, entrepreneurs, executives in industry, family estates and charities. He is also a trustee and executor for a number of families.

Apart from his business building and risk management skills, Nick is well known as an adviser for listening and understanding the intrinsic strategic financial planning and investment needs of clients, and for being on their side of the table. He formed London Wall Partners to maintain total independence and ensure first and foremost that clients’ best interests remain the priority.

Nick was an Economic Historian at Hull University and is a Certified Financial PlannerCM Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment. When he’s not working, he enjoys golf and spending time with his family.

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Nigel Woolven

Nigel’s career resembles a sandwich.  He started and is finishing as a Chartered Surveyor dealing with the management of commercial property in the Thames Valley.  The meat in the sandwich represents Nigel’s career as an Independent Financial Adviser, leading a regional firm which was acquired by Skipton Building Society just before the 2008 crash.

Nigel read Estate Management at Reading University and an MBA at London Business School including an exchange with Stanford Business School.

Nigel is married with 4 adult children, and lives near Marlow on the river Thames in Buckinghamshire, within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. He is a member of Marlow River Church and runs Christians Against Poverty (CAP) money courses for the local community. 

Nigel’s interests include all forms of sport and the great outdoors.  He has been to 5 Olympic games as a spectator but none as an athlete.  He played hockey at international level, once, in what at the time, was England’s heaviest ever defeat.  He is a hockey coach and keen golfer working towards a scratch handicap and recently climbed Mt Blanc.

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