SITE Board Of Directors

At the foundation of SITE’s infrastructure is an accomplished board of directors and leadership. The board is diverse.  The board consist of ninety-percent African American, eighty five-percent female, and a blend between corporate industry and the education sector; works to simplify the connection between STEM-related employers and the next generation of technically skilled employees through successful programs – like professional tours and workforce development – built to benefit educators, students, parents and businesses alike.



SITE Board Member - Interim Chair / President

Mr. Rentie brings an extensive background rooted in technology with entrepreneurship drive. With over 30 years in business including marketing, sales, project management, technology management and video production. Mr. Rentie served as the as a Chief Information Officer with core responsibilities for supervising and managing key data adhering to state and federal compliance regarding individual information. Additionally, Mr. Rentie started his own web services, computing and consulting company. His ability to establish business, respond to the market need and create resources and messaging to address that need is of great value to Social Impact Technology & Engineering (SITE). With his Bachelor’s degree in Radio, Television and Film, and a talent for high quality video production, SITE will not only have a board member, but SITE students will have a mentor as well.

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Tameka Williamson

SITE Board Member / Secretary

Ms. Williamson with her Master’s degree in Business and Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering is a best selling author, certified coach, speaker and trainer for the John Maxwell Team, and an adjunct professor has much to offer Social Impact Technology & Engineering (SITE). Ms. Williamson with her work in the field led a team of specialist in industry to improve company practices resulting in greatly enhanced product outcomes and performance. As a female black engineer with her impressive array of leadership, industry and managerial experiences, she serves as an exemplar of SITE vision and values. She managed operations for over 18,000 contractors and 13,000 vehicles ensuring quality and compliance standards were met. Ms. Williamson, in addition to her commitment to industry has a long history of supporting students with social skills development and training. She is known for her creative ability to engage educators and students in creating a common vision. Because of her commitment, she has helped countless families position their children to get noticed, admitted and funded by top colleges and universities. Resulting in families receiving over $500,000 in aid. SITE is proud to have her serve as Board Secretary for its inauguration.



SITE Board Member

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works for a local counseling agency that specifically works with at-risk youth and families in the Kansas City metro. Since she provides direct service to the youth in our community, she understands the core need on the ground level and is dedicated to the mission of what Social Impact Technology and Engineering (SITE) establishment will bring to the youth in our community. Mrs. Rodenbaugh previously served in England helping to develop a community center by creating programs and curriculum and then implementing these additional services to the local children and families. She dedicates herself to be a part of a team who sees a need in the urban community and then allocates her training and expertise to help bring about successful change; thus aligning perfectly with the values we hold at SITE.


Martha Thompson

SITE Board Member

As the former chair of Kansas City Public School District’s Education Equity Committee and the five-year Site Plan Development and Implementation Committee, Ms. Thompson has both the breadth and depth of urban school development and strategic planning. With her Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction and certifications in parent effectiveness and teacher effectiveness, Social Impact Technology & Engineering (SITE) stands to garner a strong parent community relationship under her guidance. Ms. Thompson has also committed her life to supporting urban education and leadership. Her expertise in professional development K-12 will bolster teaching and student learning outcomes. Ms. Thompson has the deep belief that youth, particularly girls can excel, as demonstrated by her long-standing involvement and board membership with organizations such as the Girls Scouts of America, Urban Debate, Kansas City Young Audiences and Junior Achievement. She is an active member and board member at Concord Fortress of Hope Church where she works closely with the Christian Education Ministry. SITE is proud to welcome Ms. Thompson to her key role on the board.

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Eddie Henderson

SITE Board Member

Mr. Henderson (Eddie) said 4 years ago “I really love what SITE does for the young people of our community, and when I retire, I am coming to join you guys in your efforts.” Eddie acquired his MBA while working for GM and he also has a BA in Industrial Technology. He is very disciplined. After 32 years 11 months, with General Motors, Eddie joined the SITE board of directors. His last position before his retiring was serving as the Communications Coordinator for the GM Plant. He was instrumental in developing the protocol and logistics for the public tours at the plant in Kansas City. Eddie is a staunch SITE supporter. He attends corporate meetings and events on SITE’s behalf and is in constant contact with his former coworkers at the GM plant he retired from. To this date, his stance with SITE is “whatever I can do to help just let me know.”

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Executive director

SITE’s Founder and Executive Director, Mark Irvin, has extensive experience in both skilled trades and education for underserved youth, which have proven invaluable as SITE continues to move forward. Mark’s skilled-trades training led him from high school to a successful career in construction, ultimately enabling him to run his own firm, KC MASS Services. Throughout his career he has worked to ensure that the future workforce can access similar economic rewards through relevant educational experiences. Prior to founding SITE, Mark’s education work included: serving as Executive Director for Are You Committed KC, a nonprofit providing life skills, job training, and apprenticeship placements to at-risk youth; founding The Charter School Group, which brings together education and corporate sector leaders to improve academic outcome for charter schools; and mentoring at-risk youth through local organizations. Through these endeavors, Irvin discovered the urgent need for the advanced manufacturing and STEM-related workforce while building important and valuable relationships with educators, school systems, and businesses, which now support SITE’s cross-sector partnerships.