Board of Directors

Sean Hall, Board Chair, Dell Technologies
Sean joined Changing Homelessness in 2015. He is also a State Commissioner serving on the elections Commission he was appointed to the Commission in 2012. He works for Dell Technologies as a Client Sales Group Out-side Sales Specialist supporting Federal System Integrators (sell-to) Sean joined Dell on May 2, 2016, after spending 13 years at Panasonic where he led the US Army Team and also developed a strong background across the public sector space. Prior to his career at Panasonic, Sean served in the US Army as an Infantry and Finance Officer. In 1993, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations from the University of North Florida. Commissioner Hall lives in Jacksonville with his wife Kerri, and his fantastic daughter, Emily. In his downtime, Sean is an avid wing shooter and supporter of Jacksonville sports teams. Until recently, Sean also enjoyed riding his motorcycle, but it’s for sale now, after a nasty accident.

Kevin Woodall, Vice Chair, Jacksonville Transit Authority
Mr. Woodall is the Investigations Manager for the Jacksonville Transportation Authority. He is a security, investigations and employment relations professional with (20) years of experience leading, managing and bringing resolution to conflict, conducting industrial/organizational security investigations, mitigating risk, detecting/eradicating fraud, and governing EEO, Civil Rights and federal transit Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) compliance. Mr. Woodall has served in government with the Office of Public Defender (4th Judicial Circuit,) Jacksonville Human Rights Commission, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and currently at the Jacksonville Transportation Authority; he also provides security and investigation consultation in the private sector for a number of businesses and law firms.

Wesley Stapp, Treasurer, Wells Fargo
Wesley Stapp is a District Manager for Wells Fargo Community Banking in the North Florida region where he leads a team of eleven branch managers across Duval, Nassau, and Baker counties. Stapp is based in Jacksonville.

A 16-year veteran of the company, Stapp began his career with Wells Fargo and served in a number of positions including licensed financial specialist and financial specialist leader before being promoted to district manager in 2009.

Throughout his career, Stapp has actively supported Wells Fargo’s commitment to its communities. He served on the Greater Jacksonville Leadership Committee for the company’s annual Community Support & United Way Campaign and was also the co-chair for the St. John’s County March of Dimes. In addition, he served on the St. John’s County Economic Development Council. He is also an alumnus of Leadership Jax graduating in the 2016 class.

Stapp earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Florida State University in Tallahassee and completed Wells Fargo’s Retail Leadership Development program as well as Balanced Leadership Experience program.

Joe Wolf, Former Board Chair, Dalton Agency
Joe Wolf joined Changing Homelessness in 2014. In 2006 Joe joined The Dalton Agency, the Jacksonville-based national advertising agency that he currently holds the position of Senior Account Executive. Joe brings experience in a variety of communications and public relations areas, including communications strategy development, planning and implementation, media relations, as well as internal, external, constituent, donor and crisis communications. In his 10 years at the agency he has worked with a wide variety of national companies and nonprofit organizations, as well as small businesses and local nonprofits. Joe has proudly been part of the Dalton Agency’s community involvement over the years and extends his passion for the Jacksonville community into his personal life, having served as a volunteer in various capacities for local organizations including Sulzbacher Center, the Jacksonville Humane Society and others. Joe earned his bachelor’s degree in communication from Flagler College.

Board Members

Adam Beaugh, Public Defender’s Office

Coretta Hill, United Way

David Berlin, Firehouse Subs

Ellen Schmitt, Baptist Health

Julie McNeil, Jacksonville Public Library

Lee Brown, Military Order of the Purple Heart