Staff & Volunteers
Dr. James E. Camm, Executive Director & Co-Founder (volunteer)
Dr. James E. Camm volunteers his time as Executive Director for OCOV - Lynchburg. Dr. Camm is a native son of Lynchburg, VA. He is the founder and pastor of Living Word Ministries, a non-denominational church located in Lynchburg, Virginia. Other aspects of Dr. Camm’s ministry activities include the launching of Word Ministries International, based in Lynchburg, Virginia, where he oversees ministries located in Alaska, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia. He is also the founder of Living Word Community Development Corporation, an anti-poverty agency serving Lynchburg, VA. As a result of his work with Living Word CDC and his desire to see better community relations with the police and to help the people of his hometown, One Community One Voice - Lynchburg was born. See the news article 'Brothers of different mothers:’ a police officer and a pastor partner against poverty' (click here)
After serving our country for twenty years in the U.S. Army, where he was promoted to the office of First Sergeant, Dr. Camm retired and began to pursue his educational goals.
Officer Jeff Rater, Community Liaison & Co-Founder (volunteer)
Sgt. Jeff Rater volunteers his time as the Community Liaison for OCOV - Lynchburg. Jeff has been with the Lynchburg Police Department for 20 years. He is a former enlisted airman with the US Air Force and has been involved with numerous community organizations. Jeff takes responsibility for the well-being and improvement of his community, which is what led him to becoming the co-founder of One Community One Voice - Lynchburg. Jeff is married to Carrie and is the father of four children, and is also a new grandfather. To hear Officer Rater's interview with VA Talk Radio Network go here: https://soundcloud.com/va-talk-radio-network/sergeant-with-the-lynchburg-police-department-jeff-rater
Robin Robinson, Executive Programs Manager (volunteer)
Mrs. Robin McCoy-Robinson volunteers as the Executive Programs Manager. Robin has been a part of the organization since its inception. She has been and continues to be an integral part of the day-to-day operations of the organization. Robin is a retiree of Genworth Financial. She held positions of leadership in customer service compliance and operational risks. Robin is the Past President of Genworth's African American forum, where she led many volunteers and community projects as well as brought speakers and training opportunities for Genworth employees.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dr. James Camm, Chairman
After serving our country as an officer in the U.S. Army, Dr. Camm received a Bachelor’s in Personal Financing, a Master’s in Organizational Management and a PhD in Divinity. Dr. Camm retired from HR Administration at Westminister, and continues to serve the Lynchburg community as a pastor, overseer, and community advocate.
Sgt. Jeff Rater, Vice Chairman
Sgt. Rater became a recognizable face in the Lynchburg community for his work on the police force with the Community Action Taskforce. Sgt. Rater continues to serve as a police officer and as the cofounder of One Community One Voice - Lynchburg.
Jacqueline Burgess is a retiree with over 20 years of experience working in management in the legal environment. She has over 12 years working in the area of healthcare finance. Jacqueline enjoys outreach work and serving those who are disenfranchised. Jacqueline is also a wife, mother, and grandmother.
Kathy Gerber is an Adjunct Mathematics Professor at Randolph College in Lynchburg. She has been an active member of OCOV since its inception. Kathy is an advocate for resolving concerns within the community and enjoys long distance running.
Danny Boyer is a graduate of Virginia Military Institute. He was the head cross country coach at E.C. Glass High School for seven years, worked for 15 years as a history teacher at Linkhorne Middle School, and is currently Assistant Principal at Heritage Elementary School. Danny is married with five daughters.
Antonio Davis, Sr.
Antonio M. Davis, Sr. is the Program Director at the Jubilee Family Development Center and Founder of N.O.W. He is a graduate of Liberty University with a M.A. in Human Services. He has extensive experience in youth counseling, and his many civic involvements includes serving as Chair of the 3rd District Violence Prevention.
Dr. William Boyd
Dr. William Boyd holds a Master's in Divinity and a PhD in Theology and Apologetics from Liberty University. He is currently working in the Information Technology field as a Training Architect at Linux Academy and serves as a minister at his church in inner-city Lynchburg.
Robin attended CVCC and Averett University where she studied business management. She has several Life Office Management Association Certifications and is Six Sigma green belt certified. For fun she volunteers with the community and loves to spend time with family.
Kevin Brouillette is a graduate of Liberty University and holds a degree in English and Secondary Education. He has is the director of the Liberty University-based service group “Campus Serve.” He is also a founding member and executive director of the award winning “LiveIt Ministries.”
Nathan Castello attended James Madison University with a focus on finance. He has a tenured career in the insurance and financial services industry and is a State Farm Executive Sales Leader. He enjoys spending time with wife Morgan, their son Aiden, and their two pugs.
Clay G. Coleman
Clay has 38 years of experience in Information Technology (IT). He has a degree in Marketing and Economics from Elon University. In 2019 Clay was called to start Community Mountain, Inc. a 501 C (3) non-profit. Community Mountain is focused on effectively linking people in need with people and organizations who serve, equipping them for sustainability.