Meet our Board of Directors
Jeremy King, Board Chair
Jeremy King is a 1998 graduate of KCS and serves as an alumni representative on the school’s board of directors. He first came to Kingwood in 1983, well before there was a Child Development Center, for what was then called “K-3” or “three-year-old Kindergarten.” His mother, Phyllis King, started her private school teaching career at Kingwood and was a longtime fifth grade educator. Jeremy stayed through third grade, when his family was moved back home to Louisville, Ky. The Kings came back to Alabama in 1994, just in time for Jeremy to start high school at KCS. Phyllis resumed her teaching career at KCS in 1997, returning to the fifth grade classroom. While Phyllis is retired, she and Jeremy’s father, Monta, remain active in the Kingwood organization. After graduating from KCS, Jeremy attended the University of Alabama, where he graduated with a degree in telecommunication and film. He was a radio and television news anchor, reporter, and producer for WTXT-FM, WJRD-TV and ABC 33/40 for a combined 13 years before transitioning to the world of media relations. For two years, he served as a political communications director at the State Capitol in Montgomery. Since 2013, he has served as Vice President of Corporate Communications at the headquarters of Regions Bank in Birmingham. Jeremy and his family attend Kingwood Church, where they are active in various volunteer services. He’ll tell you his education at Kingwood prepared him well for college and his career. He hopes his service to the board of KCS will make a meaningful contribution to your child’s education as well.
Bob Blake started the Kingwood Football program and was a Football and Basketball coach 1990’s. He is married to Dr. Dana Daniel Blake and has a daughter Emily Blake in 5th grade. Bob and his wife are members of Kingwood Church since 1987. His vision for KCS is to provide a top notch Christian Education that will prepare students Academically, Mentally and Spiritually to move forward and make a difference in the world. Having graduated from a Christian University at Samford, he truly values what KCS is instilling in the lives of the students. Furthermore, he desires to be a resource for the parents as well as the administrators of KCS to help achieve this vision. In doing so, we will all achieve the mission to “train up a child in the way he should go and when his is old he will not depart from it” Proverbs 22:6 NKJV.
At the age of 4, Lam Le, along with his parents and siblings, immigrated to the United States after the Fall of Saigon in April of 1975. His parents had to start over as they settled in Mobile. His father was previous an insurance salesman and his mother a teacher. While working at McDonald’s, they had to learn English as they attended trade school; his father learned to repair appliances and small engines while his mother learned to be a seamstress. Lam graduated from the University of South Alabama with a degree in Management Information System. He moved to the Birmingham area after graduation and worked as IT consultant for 18 years before opening his own consulting company. He now works for ULCS managing IT for Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. Lam has been married to Jacquelyn since 1996. Their oldest child is a graduate of KCS. They currently have 3 students enrolled at KCS; 2 high school students and 1 middle school student. Lam and his family are active members of Kingwood Church.
Carrie Davis is the parent of three KCS students that have been part of the Kingwood program for 15 years starting with preschool at the Child Development Center. Carrie, and her husband William, are active members of First Baptist Pelham where they serve in various teaching and mission-focused roles. She has previously served six years on the personal committee at FBC Pelham. Carrie works at Bio-Rad Laboratories where she has worked in various national and global positions and is currently a Regional Sales Manager for representatives in eight states. She is a graduate of Auburn University with a BS in Zoology and a MBA from Shorter College in Rome, GA. Carrie has a passion for helping create an environment where students are challenged to achieve deep spiritual growth and academic excellence to become Godly warriors and strong leaders in our world.