• Audrey Baker

    Audrey Baker

    Audrey is the mother of seven children, three by birth and four through the miracle of adoption, both internationally (Ukraine) and through the US foster care system.  After spending years volunteering with the staff of Project Hopeful, Audrey has joined our board of directors bringing a wide range of valuable insight both about Project Hopeful and non-profit management generally.  Prior to dedicating her time to Project Hopeful, Audrey was on staff at her church where she was tasked with managing a variety of different church mission groups.

  • Bart Boulton

    Bart Boulton

    Bart and his wife Lyndsay are the proud parents of seven children ranging in age from 21 to 1. With the adoption of three beautiful children, their family has become passionate advocates for orphans here in the US and around the world.

    A graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles, Bart is an Orthodontist by profession with his private practice in Orange County California. He has participated in and led dental mission trips to Ethiopia and Guatemala and is dedicated to providing care to those who need it the most. He and his family live in Cypress, California.

  • Ronnie Mosley

    Ronnie Mosley

    Ronnie and his Wife Carol have been married for over 30 years and are parents of 4 children. Together they are active members at Birchman Baptist Church in Fort Worth Texas where Ronnie serves as a deacon as well as president of the mens ministry.

    He has a entrepreneurial background as a Real Estate broker and investor and has been actively engaged in the Dallas Fort Worth Texas Real Estate market since 1979.

    On August 18th, 2013 his family experienced the earthly loss of their oldest child, Christina, to cancer at the age of 27. Ronnie considers this the defining moment of his life and one that has propelled him and his wife Carol into orphan ministry.

    Christina had long been a champion of those who could not help themselves, and was involved in orphan ministry herself since the age of 1 7, sponsoring 7 year old Satish in India through Compassion International. When Ronnie and Carol took over sponsorship of Satish, now 17 years of age, they were moved by the words that he used to describe his sponsor Christina, "she was more like a mother to me than a sponsor", "l vow one day to sponsor a child as Christina did for me".

    Carrying forth Christina's legacy of compassion, Ronnie is now actively engaged in orphan ministry, through his church, as an advocate for Compassion International, and as a humanitarian photographer around the world.

  • Dr. Brad Davidson

    Dr. Brad Davidson

    Brad and his wife, Jo, became increasingly involved in adoption and global orphan care following the adoption of two of their children in 2003 and 2005.  They are the parents of seven children, three of whom are adopted.   A graduate of Messiah College and the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Brad served as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force before completing his residency at Penn State University.  Brad is board certified in Internal Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine and now serves as a medical director for a health insurer in Pennsylvania.  Brad and Jo are passionate advocates for the fatherless and look forward to spending more time at the Village of Hope in Guatemala.

  • Liz Moore

    Liz Moore

    Liz Moore graduated from Miami University with degrees in Communications and Political Science. She worked as a municipal bond broker for 6 years before leaving the finance industry to become the Director of Development for a not-for-profit adoption agency. Liz has experience developing philanthropic strategies for non-profit organizations including: fundraising, event planning, and grant writing. She has a passion for finding adoptive families for special needs children.Liz currently lives in New York city with her husband Greg and their two children.