M. Sean High, Esq.
Chair | President
Born and raised in Lancaster County, Sean is a graduate of Lancaster Mennonite High School, Millersville University and Penn State Law. Before deciding to attend college, he spent over a decade involved in the operation of his family's auto repair business. Prior to assuming his duties at Ease the Burden, Sean was employed as a staff attorney at the Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law where he provided legal education to Pennsylvania's farming industry. A founding member of the Ease the Burden Board of Directors, Sean is a member of Stumptown Mennonite Church where he currently serves as Director of Finance.
Vice-Chair | Vice-President
Born and raised in Lancaster County, Mindy is a graduate of Manheim Central High School. Currently a morning on-air radio/news personality at FM 90.3 WJTL, Mindy has been working in radio, voice-over work and acting for more than two decades. Along with her job responsibilities at WJTL, Mindy is also involved with her husband’s family-owned and operated local businesses, Ken’s Gardens & Gallery Grow. She is also a Director/Producer for Pequea Valley High School's Theater Dept. One of the founding members of the Ease the Burden Board of Directors, Mindy is a long-time member of Keystone Church where she actively serves the Worship Ministry in both music and production.
A product of rural Lancaster County, Jack is a graduate of Lancaster Mennonite High School, studied International Business with the International Business Institute in Europe, and graduated from Messiah College. Presently part-owner and Vice President of his family’s manufacturing business, ATI Corporation in New Holland, he is a founding member of the Ease the Burden Board of Directors. Jack has been a member of Stumptown Mennonite Church since the mid-90s having served in several leadership roles including Church Council Chair.
A lifelong resident of Lancaster County, Lisa graduated from Conestoga Valley High School and Bloomsburg University. Since 1991, Lisa has been working as an on-air radio personality at FM 90.3 WJTL where she currently hosts “The Afternoon Drive” every Monday through Friday. Lisa is also the host/creator of The Kids Cookie Break which airs every Saturday morning on WJTL, and she can be heard on WGAL-TV8 where she is also employed as a voice-over artist. Lisa serves as lector and photographer for Historic St. Mary's Church.
Jill is a graduate of Messiah College with a degree in Human Resources Management. She worked in community college admissions & advising for nearly 10 years before choosing to be at home with her 3 children. Her family enjoyed a season of homeschooling, allowing for plenty of time for church and community involvement and service. When her family entered the public school environment, Jill became involved as a parent volunteer in the Pequea Valley School District, most recently as an active supporter of the high school music and theater programs. Jill is currently the HR Manager at Sight & Sound Theatres, Lancaster. She and her family attend Lancaster Alliance Church.