Meet 2024's Inductees

Chris Davis (’96)

Chris Davis and his wife, Rachael, have 4 children and live in Alexandria, VA. A graduate of Samford University, he studied Piano Performance and Mathematics. He then went on to attend Bethlehem College and Seminary and Phoenix Seminary, where he received his Master of Divinity in Biblical Communication in 2009. Chris was the Pastor of Whitton Avenue Bible Church in Phoenix, AZ, from 2005-2016. He is an accomplished author, having articles published at The Gospel Coalition, Christianity Today, Religion News Service, and Real Clear Politics. He has also written and published two books: Bright Hope for Tomorrow: How Anticipating Jesus’ Return Gives Strength for Today in 2022, and Dwell: The Blessing of Life Broken Before God and Shared with Others in 2013. He has also been a conference speaker at Southern Baptist Convention’s Pastor’s Conference. Chris has been the Pastor of Groveton Baptist Church since 2016. Chris is the co-leader of Redwood Groups for Pastors, which creates a safe community where pastors can be known. He also serves on the board of the NorthStar Church Network, and Sanctity of Life Ministries.

Monique (Niki) Van’t Wout Arnold (’98)

Niki and her husband, Troy, have 3 children and live in Peachtree City, GA. During her time at Landmark, Niki was a 4-year Varsity letter holder in swimming and tennis. She was a multiple school record holder from 1995-1998, as well as a High School Academic All-American in 1995 and 1996. She was in the Top 150 World Ranking for the 100 Backstroke in 1995, as well as a Top 3 Finisher GA High School State Championship 1995, 1996, and 1997. She became a Fayette County Swimming Hall of Fame Inductee in 1999. Along with her athletic career, she was Miss LCS, Homecoming Queen, Most Athletic Female, and a top 10 graduate of LCS in 1998. After graduating from Landmark, Niki attended the United States Air Force Academy, where she was a 4-year Division I Swimmer from 1998-2002. She was the USAFA Women’s Swim Team Captain from 2001-2002. She was a Mountain West Conference Finalist for the 200 Backstroke in 2002. She was also a top finisher at the Air Force Games held in Brussels, Belgium, in 2003, for the 100 Backstroke. She graduated in the top 20% of the USAFA, with a BS in Business Administration in 2002, and was a USAF Undergraduate Pilot Training Graduate in 2003. She is a former USAF Captain, and became a First Officer for SkyWest in 2023.

Karen McCabe Brummond (’98)

Karen and her husband, Peter, have 3 children and live in Tuscaloosa, AL. At Landmark, she was in Mrs. Gilkeson’s first AP Studio Art class and says Landmark’s commitment to Christian education and to the Fine Arts helped put her on a trajectory to become a professional Christian artist. She received her BS in Education from Taylor University in 2002, and her MA in Fine Arts from the University of East London in 2006. She is a visual artist who makes site-specific installations and researches aesthetic ways to create dialogue in public spaces. She served on the Board for CIVA (Christians for the Visual Arts) for 8 years, has received grants from multiple organizations to create community-based art projects outside of art institutions, and has been using her education background to teach art since 2006.

Sarah Jane Booth (’06)

Sarah was a ward of the state of Georgia, a youth in foster care, while attending Landmark. She had a foster family, the Ogden’s, who (along with the faculty and staff at Landmark), led her to Jesus and changed the trajectory of her life. She played soccer and volleyball, participated in the Leadership Academy, and graduated with Honors, as a member of the National Honor Society and the National Beta Club. She was given the Service Award for her graduating class in 2006. She received scholarships and financial aid to fully fund her undergraduate education at Emory University, where she was accepted into the Goizueta Business School and graduated with a Bachelor of Business with concentrations in Marketing and Consulting and Venture Management, in 2010. She was awarded the Unsung Hero Award from Goizueta Business School that same year. She went on to study at Liberty University, where she received her MA in Professional Counseling in 2016. Sarah uses her experiences from foster care and growing up in a group home at Christian City to work with adolescents from foster care, drug and alcohol treatment programs, crisis stabilization units, and trauma. She has worked with juveniles in a lockdown unit. She was awarded the Christian City Community Champion Award in 2021 and she is a WDA Restoring Your Heart Facilitator. She has been a Bloom Environment Coach at Passion City Church from 2011-2014, a New Hope Baptist Church Student Leader, Safe Place Director 2014-2016, Christian City Children’s Village Program Director 2016-2018, and Christian City Children and Family Programs Program Executive Residential 2018-2021. She was a therapist at Discovery Connections in Fayetteville from 2021-2023, and then became a founding Partner and the Clinical Director of Discovery Connections (an Attachment and Bonding Center) in Columbus, GA, where she currently provides trauma-informed mental health services to foster and adoptive families and individuals needing support in healing from deep trauma wounds.

Ashley Mead Jackson (’06)

Ashley and her husband, Kyle, have 2 children and live in Atlanta, GA. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Landmark, and was a member of the National Honor Society, the National Beta Club, and the High School Honor Roll. She was a 4-year Varsity Letter holder in Volleyball. She was awarded the 2002 GHSA A/AA Volleyball State Championship Pontiac Player of the Game and 2005 A/AA Georgia High School Player of the Year. She was the 2005 Atlanta Journal Constitution Volleyball Player of the Year and 2004 and 2005 Area MVP. She was a part of the Georgia All-State Team for 3 years and helped lead Landmark to a Volleyball State Championship in 2003. She played for the Georgia Senior All Star Team in 2005. After graduating from Landmark with Honors, Ashley attended Middle Tennessee State University on a full athletic scholarship for volleyball. In academics, she was awarded the Floyd Academic Scholarship, made Dean’s List, was a part of Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society, and was involved in the Chemistry Club. She was awarded the Athletic Academic Excellence Award 2006-2007 and 2007-2008. She made the Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List 2007-2008. While playing volleyball, she was the 2009 Sun Belt Conference Tournament MVP, and the team were Sun Belt Conference Champions in 2006, 2007, and 2009. Ashley graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a BS in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry in 2010 and went on to receive her MD from Morehouse School of Medicine in 2015, complete her University of Miami Anesthesiologist Residency in 2019, and a University of Miami Pediatric Anesthesiologist Fellowship in 2020. She was the Co-Liaison for Anesthesia for Burn Surgery and Liaison for Pediatric Anesthesia at Wellstar Cobb Hospital from 2020-2022. She has gone on medical mission trips to Zimbabwe, Africa, and Port au Prince, Haiti. She is currently a Pediatric Anesthesiologist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta- Scottish Rite.

Coach Bill Thorn (Hon. ‘24)

Coach Thorn has carried the Olympic torch, survived prostate cancer, run the Peachtree Road Race 53 times, coached thousands of athletes over more than six decades (earning a record-setting 37 state championships), started Landmark Christian School from scratch, and raised a family alongside his wife of nearly 70 years, Patty. However, in Coach Thorn's own words, "I don’t like all this accolade stuff; I’m not like that." What perhaps better speaks to his legacy are the "Thornisms" he's left behind – lessons about goal-setting, persistence, and dedicated hard work that have guided his life and rubbed off on those he has coached, mentored, or crossed paths with along the way.

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