Terry Smith



As CEO, Terry Smith has led Rushmore to seven years of strong growth in the Residential Mortgage Servicing space. Rushmore has become a nationally recognized high-touch special servicer that is an approved Seller-Servicer with FreddieMac, FannieMae, & GinnieMae. Rushmore currently has over 150k loans on the platform and growing, plus is rated by S&P, Fitch, DBRS, & Kroll. Rushmore has offices in Irvine, CA, Dallas, TX, and San Juan, PR. Mr. Smith is also a Senior Managing Director at Roosevelt Management Company for the last nine years, where he is responsible for capital markets, operations, and servicing. Terry formerly worked at Ellington Management Group, as a Managing Director and at Morgan Stanley as an Executive Director. He also worked for C-Bass and was responsible for a start-up and management of a 125-person team which performed due diligence, property valuation, and REO asset disposition functions. Mr. Smith was with EMC/Bear Stearns for 12 years and was responsible for a 60-person Capital Markets Operations Team.

Susan Lowe, CPA



Susan works as a consultant in her own practice focusing on executive level finance, operations, human resources, IT, governance and fundraising in the not-for-profit sector.  She has more than 25 years’ experience in the sector both as a staff and board member.  Experiences include serving as the CFO/COO/CAO at numerous organizations with missions of healthcare, mental health, special education, human rights, homelessness, animal welfare and juvenile justice.  These organizations include FSG (an international strategy consulting firm), Physicians for Human Rights, Beverly School for the Deaf, Somerville Homeless Coalition, and Riverside Community Care.  In addition to her work with PIFBS, she serves as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Strategies for Youth and as an advisory board member to The Cat Connection. She has a BA in Economics and Political Science from Bucknell University, a MS in Accountancy and Business Ethics from Bentley University and a Graduate Certificate in Management from Harvard University. She is a CPA licensed in Massachusetts and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA). Even though she now lives in the Boston area, she remains a lifelong Phillies fan.

“PIFBS combines my love of baseball and my passion for youth development. It is a great organization that has positive impact. I wanted to use my skills to help an organization grow to reach new heights.”

Arthur Pincus



Based in New York City, Mr. Pincus serves as a consultant on editorial matters, public relations, and the internet. With experience as Assistant Commissioner, Communications, for NYC’s Department of Parks and Recreation, a senior editor and reporter for The New York Times and The Washington Post, as a senior executive for the National Hockey League, and the author of several books, Arthur brings a wide array of expertise and talent to Pitch In For Baseball & Softball.

David Ickes


As the Regional Head of Security for Johnson Matthey, David is responsible for the security of over 3000 personnel, 15 sites in five countries and billions of dollars in JM product.  His previous employment stems mainly in the security field which includes a career in U.S. Navy intelligence with multiple combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan.  While deployed David typically had a baseball and glove with him at most times and was always up for catch with anyone who wanted to play. In his free time David enjoys working on his 1800’s farmhouse in Lehigh Valley, attending local sporting events, watching NY Yankees baseball, and working with veterans transitioning from active duty to the civilian workforce.

Michael Markovich


As Global Commercial Director for Wilson Sporting Goods in baseball marketing, Michael “Marko” Markovich brings tremendous insight, connections, and energy to our organization. A self-proclaimed “zero tool prospect,” Marko’s professional success in the baseball industry has more than made up for his inability to hit the breaking ball. Marko’s service on the Pitch In For Baseball & Softball board stems from his belief that every child deserves the opportunity to fall in love with baseball or softball, and that the good deed of just one person can launch that lifelong love of the game.

Cathy McIndoo


A competitive and adventurous nature has driven Cathy’s professional endeavors, propelling her to consistent success. Cathy attended UCLA and played on the national championship softball team. Working her way from the ground-up, Cathy delved into many facets of the title and escrow industry. Her experience has proven an ideal platform upon which to establish herself as a highly qualified and diverse professional. The company holds licenses in 49 states. Leading an enthusiastic and proactive group of title and escrow specialists, Cathy strives to ensure that her team utilizes technology, exceptional customer service and thorough communication in providing their clients with the services they require. A proactive self-starter, Cathy enjoys cooking, boating, baseball, softball, and most of all, her six grandkids. She is an avid volunteer, giving her time and talents to local organizations.

Allison Parsell


Allison Parsell is the Fastpitch Promotions Manager at Wilson Sporting Goods. With almost 10 years of industry experience, and a background in playing, Allison has helped to shape the softball side of PIFBS. The relationships that she has built with NCAA teams, professional athletes and other consultants within the softball community has assisted in providing PIFBS the opportunity to connect with key players. As a Florida State University graduate and softball alum, her love of growing the sport keeps her driven to make sure all players who want to play the game have the opportunity to do so.

“I was inspired to join PIFBS because I wholeheartedly believe in their mission to grow the sport of baseball and softball while providing equal opportunity for all who want to play. Being involved in keeping kids safe, healthy and optimistic about their future is pivotal for the success of our current and next generation. PIFBS gives our youth a way to connect with the sport and build positive relationships that last a lifetime.”

Bill Piszek


Bill is the inspiration behind Pitch in for Baseball & Softball. As a diehard Philadelphia Phillies fan and longtime supporter of Little League International, Bill wants to share his passion for baseball and softball with boys and girls in the United States and around the world. In 2004, while on a trip to Poland he became aware of the lack of the availability of baseball equipment for Little League players. That provided the initial spark that helped establish Pitch in for Baseball & Softball. Bill and his wife Beth reside in Ambler, Pa.

“What inspired me to get involved with PIFBS the most was watching Little League Baseball games in Poland and discovering that many kids did not have their own baseball gloves.”