The Impact100 Louisville, Inc. (Impact100) Board of Directors (Board) currently is composed of eleven members, serving two-year terms, with the possibility of serving three consecutive terms. Carey Goldstein and Dani Kannapell, our two Founders, receive lifetime membership on the Board. 

Carroll Senior
President, Chair of Sponsorship Committee

Carroll has over 20 years of experience as a leader in physician practice acquisitions and medical group operations.  She is a graduate of the University of Louisville with a Bachelor of Science in Economics.  Carroll is a long-time member of Beargrass Christian Church.  She also serves on the Board of Directors of  Stowaway, Inc, a small commercial real estate company in Shelbyville.  Carroll has three adult children and two grandchildren.

Angela Singla
Vice President, Co-Chair of Grants

After 20 years of clinical and academic experience as an obstetrician and gynecologist, Angela Singla has turned her focus to nonprofit work. She is excited to be a Founding Board Member of Impact100 Louisville and work with an amazing group of women. She has served on numerous boards including: the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, Educational Justice, and Louisville Collegiate School. She brings her expertise as Grants Committee Co-Chair.

Marcelle Gianelloni

Marcelle has had over 40 years of experience in the field of education. She retired from the Louisville Zoo as the Curator of Conservation Education in 2014 after 30 years. Since then, she has dedicated her time to conservation, spiritual, and social causes, volunteering for the Festival of Faiths, the Family Community Clinic as a Spanish interpreter, and WAGS Pet Therapy of Kentucky with her whippet, Bennett. She co-chaired the Big Reveal events (2022,2023).

Jennifer Ringstaff

Jennifer has over 25 years of experience working with individual and business clients in her role as a tax partner with Louis T. Roth & Co., CPAs. She is a graduate of the University of Louisville and a native Kentuckian. Jennifer is a member of Hurstbourne Baptist Church and serves on the budget & finance committee and as a youth teacher and chaperone. She also serves as the treasurer of Crossings Ministries, and as past treasurer of the duPont Manual Baseball Booster club.

Alison Brehm
Chair of Governance Committee
Alison is an attorney focusing her practice on business and family law. Alison received her BA in 1993 from Georgetown University and her JD in 1998 from the College of William & Mary. In addition to her law practice, she is actively involved in many aspects of her children’s school, most recently serving as a member of its Board of Trustees.  She is the mother of four children and is married to Steven.

Tiffany Bridgewater
Co-Chair of DEI Committee

Tiffany is an experienced leader with over 25 years of building and nurturing community relationships. Tiffany serves on several non-profit boards - Educational Justice, The Louisville Ballet, and IEP Parenting Virginia - and provides DEI facilitation and training to Gilda's Club Kentuckian. Tiffany has done extensive work in the field of DEIJB, has presented at conferences, and was selected to the Leadership Louisville flagship program, the Bingham Fellow Class. Tiffany earned an Ed.D in Educational Leadership, an M.A. in English & Humanities, an M.A. in Education, and a B.A. from Fisk University in Nashville, TN. Tiffany is Head of Lower School and Director of DEI at Louisville Collegiate School.

Luckett Davidson
Co-Chair of DEI Committee

Luckett Davidson, Principal TouchStone Guides LLC. As a guide, leadership development coach and illustrator, Luckett assists organizations and individuals as they make sense of life’s changes. She is inspired by the transformation that will occur in Louisville as women learn more about the non-profits that serve our community and work together in philanthropy. She serves Impact100 Louisville as Co-Chair of Belonging, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Diane Kyle

Diane began her career as a middle school reading specialist in Chesterfield County, VA before receiving her doctorate from the University of Virginia. She joined the faculty at the University of Louisville in 1980 and retired after 36 years as a teacher educator, researcher, writer, chair of the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, and director of the Nystrand Center of Excellence in Education. She has co-authored numerous professional books and articles. Since retiring, she has focused on working with various nonprofits. Diane is grateful to have been a part of Impact100 since its first year and looks forward to the work ahead.

Kim Hansford
Co-Chair of Grants Committee

As a pediatric dentist in the community for over 24 years, Kim has worn a lot of different hats from teaching dentistry as an Associate Professor at the UofL School of Dentistry to private practice with Kids Dentistree in Middletown. Her passions lie in treatment of special needs and medically compromised patients, public health, nutritional and preventive care. She helped manage a grant at UofL and knows first hand the true impact it can make in our community. She did her undergraduate work at UK, her DMD degree at UofL and residency postgraduate training at Children's Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati. After slowing down from her practice, Kim has been thrilled to spend more time with her family and serving her community.

Lindsay Pruniski
Chair of the Communications Committee

Lindsay has over 18 years of experience working in Marketing, Sales, and Operations at several major companies headquartered in Louisville, KY, including currently working for GE Appliances.  She has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Dayton and an M.B.A from Bellarmine University.  Lindsay has worked with many different charitable organizations throughout Louisville and has a long history of leading teams and organizing events.

Clarice Rogers
Chair of Events Committee

With a degree in Social Work focusing on families and children with special needs, Clarice was instrumental in the research and development of an award-winning inner-city pre-school and family center in Jackson, MS. She has served her community as PTA President, member of Junior League, volunteering in neighborhood organizations and as an Elder in the Presbyterian Church. For the last 20 plus years, she has called Louisville home. Currently, she teaches fitness classes each week at the YMCA. Clarice has supported Impact100 since its inception in Louisville.

Carey Goldstein
Co-Founder, Chair of Membership and Nominating Committees

Carey was a school counselor from 2003 in both middle and upper school until 2018 at Louisville Collegiate School. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Communication with a minor in Sociology from American University in Washington DC and a Master’s Degree in Education with a focus on Counseling from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. Carey has taken her classroom and counseling experience to the St. Jude School in Arusha, Tanzania as a part of a teacher exchange program and presented on social-emotional learning in Chengdu, China. In 2018, Carey joined the Cultures of Dignity team as the Director of Owning Up Programs. Cultures of Dignity is a team of people that work with parents, educators, and young people to successfully navigate the challenges of young adulthood. She has been working with schools around the country as well as in Ghana and Brazil as a consultant and trainer of the social-emotional learning curriculum, Owning Up.

Dani Kannapell

Co-Founder of Impact100 Louisville (KY), without doubt, for a resume, the most important thing I’ve done except being the mother of three great adult children, one of whom is the co in co-founder of Impact and without whom it would never have materialized. These same children have blessed me with seven ‘grands’. I have worked as a high school teacher, in marketing at a large company (Humana), the Executive Director of Louisville’s Main Street Association, and founded the Spanish School of KY (for adults). I thought I was retired until I learned of Impact100 and life has never been fuller.