After 17 years as president of the King’s Academy, Jeffrey M. Loveland recently announced that he will step away from the role at the end of the current school year. Current chief financial officer and executive vice president Randal L. Martin will assume the role of president beginning June 1.
Loveland has contributed to TKA’s growth and development for 37 years and will continue as chief operating officer and special advisor to the president. He will continue to serve as a board member of the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools.
“The King’s Academy is my life’s work, and after serving 17 years in the role of president, it is important to me that TKA remains strong for decades to come,” Loveland said. “It is most gratifying to execute a vision for future leadership influencing who will lead this great institution into the future. I am confident in Randy’s ability to lead King’s for years to come.”
Martin has served as chief financial officer and executive vice president at Palm Beach County’s largest Christian school for the past eight years. Prior to the King’s Academy, he held various senior positions with Woolbright Development in Boca Raton, CRT Properties and Dycom Industries.
Martin is a former trustee of Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in accounting before earning his master’s degree in public accounting from Florida Atlantic University.
The King’s Academy serves more than 1,300 students from preschool through 12th grade. More information is available at www.tka.net.
ABOVE: Randal L. Martin