Any good work is only as good as the team behind them.
Our Courageous Kids is thankful for the board of directors that surrounds this mission of helping orphans thrive. Each of these individuals bring unique business, organizational and spiritual strengths to this work. Today I wanted to introduce to them and publically say thank you to them for their engagement. We’re so glad they’re on our team.
Corey brings to Our Courageous Kids more than 25 years of marketing and fundraising experience building and growing organizations. Corey has held executive roles in both the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors, having had a successful career in banking before shifting to the nonprofit realm. He is a board member of CAFO, the Christian Alliance of Orphans and a former orphan himself. You can listen to more of Corey’s story on this podcast.
Jayme brings to Our Courageous Kids a passion for advocating for children in need. She’s currently the Vice President and Director of Strategic Partnerships at Merchant McIntrye in Washington, DC. Jayme is also a student at Georgetown University pursuing her MBA.
Bhavik Patel, Esq., Secretary
Bhavik brings to Our Courageous Kids over 15 years of law experience as family law and contract/ civil negotiation attorney in Fairfax, VA as a member of the MacDowell Law Group. He’s a member of the Virginia Bar Association.
Veronica Marshall, Treasurer
Veronica brings to Our Courageous Kids over 25 years of executive leadership experience from the government sector. She’s currently the Director of Executive Resources at NASA after a 10 year stint at with US Postal Service in Employee development.
These folks have joined our board because they believe children should have big dreams, especially those growing up in children’s homes.
To those children dreaming of becoming doctors, lawyers, teachers and social workers . . .
To those children dreaming of growing up to be married, be mothers and fathers with a healthy sense of belonging . . .
To those children dreaming of becoming contributing citizens in their countries. . .
These folks want to champion them.
Won’t you join our movement? Read more here.