Arcadia University is proud to announce that Danny Shoy, president and CEO of the East Lake Foundation; Kevin Shollenberger ’88, vice provost for Student Health and Well-Being at Johns Hopkins University; and Dr. Kyle Kammerle ’17, ’20DPT, adjunct professor of Biology at Arcadia University and physical therapist at Willow Grove 物理疗法, were elected to the University’s 受托人董事会, effective June 1.
“Our three new trustees bring experience and knowledge in the crucial areas of health sciences, student experience, and community and youth development,” said Arcadia University 总裁阿贾伊·奈尔. “They will play critical roles in shaping Arcadia during a critical time in our University’s history. We are honored to have them join our Board, which we continue to solidify as a reflection of our University and the world we want to live in.”
Danny Shoy, Jr.
Shoy is president and CEO of the East Lake Foundation, a community organization in Atlanta, Ga. focused on the revitalization of the East Lake neighborhood, and a redevelopment model for 27 other neighborhoods across the country.
With 25 years of nonprofit experience, Shoy specializes in community and youth development. Prior to joining the East Lake Foundation, Shoy worked for The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, where he was responsible for awarding $28 million in grants.
Shoy completed several leadership programs through the United Way of Greater Atlanta, the Association of Black Foundation Executives, the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, Leadership Atlanta, and Columbia University Business School. He serves on the board of Charles Drew Charter School and served as a board member from 2007 to 2010 and then chair-elect in 2010 for Grantmakers for Education, the most diverse consortium of education philanthropists in the U.S. He earned a bachelor’s degree in History from Emory University in 1995 and received its Distinguished Alumni Award in 2013.
Kevin Shollenberger ’88
As vice provost for Student Health and Well-Being at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Shollenberger is responsible for the university’s wellness, mental health, and primary care resources. He was appointed vice provost in August 2019 and is the first person to hold this position at JHU.
Prior to joining JHU, Shollenberger served as associate dean of Students and then as associate vice president and dean of Students Affairs at Columbia University. With over 30 years of experience in higher education, he brings a wealth of knowledge about the student experience and well-being.
Shollenberger holds a Master of Education in Counseling and Student Development in Higher Education from American University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychobiology from Arcadia University.
Dr. Kyle Kammerle ’17, ’20DPT
A graduate of the Arcadia Class of 2020 Doctor of Physical Therapy program, Dr. Kammerle will serve a two-year term as a recent graduate trustee. A physical therapist at Willow Grove 物理疗法 (PT), adjunct professor of Biology, and Eagles cheerleader, Dr. Kammerle specializes in outpatient treatment for orthopedic, vestibular, and neurological impairments. In addition to seeing patients, Dr. Kammerle is also policy researcher for Willow Grove PT, assisting the clinic in writing a responsive policy to the pandemic.
Dr. Kammerle earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Arcadia University in 2017. As a student, he participated in the University’s pro bono global experience work in Saint Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica, where he worked inpatient neurological rehabilitation. Dr. Kammerle is the recipient of two University awards: John Robinson Award, which is presented to the DPT student for the most outstanding contributions to general morale of students while part of the 物理疗法 program; and the Hines Wright Humanitarian Award, which is presented to the student whose international pro bono service has met the needs of underserved areas, expanded their view of practice, and strengthened their skills as a global citizen.