Dave began working as a volunteer with Oaxaca Streetchildren Grassroots in 1997. He became president in 2010. Dave and his wife, Lorrie, live in Colorado, where Dave is a least "temporarily" retired from careers as a Police Captain, and later, Assistant Dean in the University of Arkansas system, where he led a STEM digital learning initiative and Global Languages program.
Nancy has volunteered with OSCGR since 2009 and spends three months a year at Centro Esperanza Infantil. She has a master’s degree in social work and extensive experience working with children and young people in medical and public health settings. She has served on the Ethics Committee of the National Hemophilia Foundation and in her local community as board member of two non-profit organizations. firstname.lastname@example.org
Colleen joined the board in 2018. She discovered OSCGR when she and her then-14-year-old daughter volunteered at Centro Esperanza Infantil. The impact of the work on so many children and families amazed her. Colleen works on making health care affordable and accessible for everyone. She lives outside of Washington D.C.
Ken and his wife, Fran – a longtime volunteer at Centro Esperanza Infantil, have sponsored children through OSCGR for 10 years. A native of Connecticut, Ken lives in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. He has a background in commodity purchasing for food manufacturers such as Nabisco and Kraft, and in serving as a consultant for similar types of companies.
Tim is a photographer and journalist with an extensive background in newspaper, magazine and web publishing. For the last nine years, he has concentrated on documentary photography in Oaxaca, working with single mothers and with families who have returned to Mexico after living in the United States. email@example.com