Board Members

Bill DeMott - President & Founder

Bill is the father of three, an active baseball coach, and serves at C3 Church in Orlando, Florida. He has spent 28 years traveling the world and performing in front of hundreds of thousands of people as a sports entertainer/professional wrestler​. He was also the head coach of the WWE developmental system in Orlando.

 Bill ​has a background in television and entertainment. ​He now travels across the country as the lead speaker for the foundation, introducing Keri Anne to law enforcement, students, and various community groups in hopes of inspiring and educating others about drunk and impaired driving, and how the decisions people make effect others. 

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Frank Imparato - Vice President

Officer Imparato has been a Law Enforcement Officer with The University of Central Florida Police Department since June 2011, where he is recognized for being a Drug Recognition Expert, Traffic Homicide Investigator, Instructor, and Field Training Officer. He speaks regularly to faculty, students, and community organizations about the dangers of drunk and impaired driving. 

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Kathy Gelm - Treasurer

​Kathy is mother of three, and a business owner. Kathy and her husband Todd own and operate three local business out of Geneva, Florida: Todd and Son Tractor Service, Inc., Geneva Beef Co. LLC, and K&K Materials, LLC. 

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Lacey DeMott - Secretary

Lacey is a devoted wife and mother of three. Lacey is a successful business owner in the beauty industry in which she has worked for the past 20 years. She is also an avid volunteer, serving at her church, working with  the PTA, and is both room mom at school and team mom at the baseball field. 

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Casey DeMott - Marketing

Casey is in charge of marketing for the foundation, including the social media accounts and the website. She is a graduate from Georgia College & State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a minor in Management. Casey currently works for a local credit union. As Keri's older sister, she works with her younger brother Billy to make sure that Keri Anne's life and legacy will continue to make an impact for years to come. 

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Jacob Demmon

Jacob is a graduate of Astronaut High School in Titusville, Florida, where he currently coaches track and field. He is also studying Sports and Exercise Science at the University of Central Florida. 

Jacob was Keri's boyfriend, and they were set to be engaged in December of 2015. Like the DeMott family, Jacob and his family have been directly affected by this tragedy. He helps us share Keri's story with the community and works hard to make sure that her life and legacy lives on through the foundation.

Byron Bledsoe

Byron is the founder and senior pastor at C3 Church in Orlando, Florida, and a leader in the community. 

A native Texan, Byron and his wife have lived in Florida since 1998. He has four children and four grandchildren.

Courtney Long

​Courtney works in the Seminole County Public School System at Evans Elementary, where she has been teaching for the past 15 years. She is a devoted wife of 11 years, and mother of three children. 

Outside of work, Courtney and her husband Nick enjoy coaching and supporting their kids with their various extracurricular activities.  


Alice Galligan

Alice is a wife and mother of three. Keri is one of her nine grandchildren, and she also has two great-grandsons. She spends her time volunteering for the foundation by contacting local and national businesses in order to raise community awareness. 

Her time and effort in sharing Keri's story have created an increase in involvement and support from groups and individuals across the country. 

Mitch Bozeman

Mitch served in the United States Navy, mostly onboard fast attack submarines. He is currently a marketing professional. 

As a parent of two teenagers, Mitch saw the impact of the DeMott family's work for the Keri Anne DeMott Foundation and wanted to help in any capacity. Mitch volunteers his time and expertise with several different non-profits.

“I realized that helping others was far more important than helping myself.”  Mitch enjoys going fishing and scalloping, and relaxing by the water with his wife, daughter and son.