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.
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 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.
Michael graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont and spent time working as an Outward Bound leader in Minnesota and as a high school teacher at an independent K-12 school in Tulsa, OK. After attending the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, Michael has spent most of his career in strategy, operations, and private equity, most recently as CEO of a Denver-based healthcare services and technology company. Michael and Jill have four sweet, fun, and spirited children. Three were born on US soil, and one joined from Ukraine in December, 2012.
Jodi Jackson Tucker is the mother of eight children, five of whom are adopted. She serves as the International Director of Orphan Sunday, a program of the Christian Alliance for Orphans. Jodi is the author of Fasten Your Sweet Belt: 10 Things You Need to Know About Older Child Adoption. She and her family live in Durham, North Carolina. She is an advocate for adoptive parents and volunteers much of her time to serving orphans and their adoptive families.
Board of Directors February 13th, 2014 projecthopefulstaff