Child Rescue Coalition Welcomes New Board Members

  • November 26, 2019

We are pleased to announce the appointment of four new members to our Board of Directors: Timothy J. Martin, Anne Burke Spalding Esq., Curtis J. Miller and Chris Runstedler. We are very fortunate to have them by our side, providing guidance to our organization. Their vast knowledge, experience and philanthropic leadership will advance Child Rescue Coalition’s mission of Protecting Innocence Through Technology.

Timothy J. Miller is Executive Vice President of Global Solutions at TransUnion. In this role, Mr. Martin is responsible for managing revenue growth and profitability through the strategy, planning, innovation and commercialization of nearly all of TransUnion’s products and solutions globally. He previously held business management roles at TransUnion leading both a number of industry vertical-focused teams and a high growth horizontal solution called the Specialized Risk Group. Prior to joining TransUnion, Mr. Martin was President and Chief Operating Officer of HSBC Auto Finance where he had direct profit & loss responsibility for all strategy, business development, sales, marketing, pricing, risk management, underwriting operations, customer service and collections. Prior to joining HSBC, he was a consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton (now PWC Strategy&) from 1998 to 2003, and senior marketing analyst with American Airlines from 1992 to 1996. Mr. Martin earned a Bachelor of Science in management from Purdue University and an MBA from the University of Michigan Business School.

Ann Burke Spalding Esq. is Principal of Spalding Law. In this role, Ms. Spalding practices exclusively in the area of probate, trust and fiduciary litigation, administration, and planning. She represents fiduciaries, individuals and charitable organizations in complex estate and trust matters, including representation in will and trust contests, elective share claims, and actions to construe, modify and reform wills and trusts. She also represents fiduciaries, beneficiaries, and creditors in connection with the administration of trusts and estates. Ann brings nearly 20 years of large law firm experience from Gunster and other firms. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College and earned her Juris Doctor Degree from Nova Southeastern University. In addition to practicing law, Ann serves as a City Councilwoman for the City of Sea Ranch Lakes. When she is not practicing law, she enjoys volunteering for several non-profit organizations and is a competitive tennis player, competing in the United States Tennis Association.

Curtis J. Miller is currently the Executive Vice President of Global Credit Risk Solutions at TransUnion, with responsibility for the company’s core business of credit reports, credit scores and credit data.  Before his current role, Curt served on TransUnion’s Executive Leadership Team with responsibility for Strategy, Corporate Development and Pricing and has over 25 years professional experience.  Prior to joining Child Rescue Coalition’s Board of Directors, Curt served on the Chicago Board of Overseers for Peer Health Exchange, a national non-profit that trains college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education. Curt holds a BS in Finance with a minor in French from the University of Delaware and MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia.  He lives in Hinsdale, Illinois with his wife Kimberly and their three children, Peyton, Sloan and Aiden.

Chris Runstedler is the General Counsel for Magnet Forensics, a global leader in digital forensics software. Chris has over 15 years of experience as both a lawyer and business executive in the technology industry. Prior to joining Magnet Forensics, Chris gained experience at several industry leading technology companies including BlackBerry and Oracle. Chris is an active member of his community and the legal profession, frequently speaking on technology law issues.

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