Rita Michaels, MA
Rita started working at GTF in 2008 and considers it a vocation and a calling to work for the Foundation and with the transplant community. A wife and mother, Rita enjoys spending her free time with family, friends, traveling, and being creative.
Rebekah Moshiri, LMSW
Rebekah has worked at GTF for more than ten years and loves being a part of the transplant community. When she’s not at work, Rebekah loves taking long walks with her dog and spending time with her husband and kids.
Lisa has been with GTF for more than 20 years. She enjoys spending time away from work with her five adopted children and seven rescue dogs!
Angell Bray-Darden, MSW
Angell Bray-Darden es una Detroiter orgullosa y amante de las papas fritas con queso y chile con pop Faygo. Cuando no está sentada en su patio viviendo su mejor vida como observadora de aves, se la puede ver tomando el sol en la playa.
LaTonia ha estado recaudando fondos para pequeñas organizaciones sin fines de lucro de acción comunitaria desde 1989. Es madre de dos adolescentes y esposa de un adulto. Tiene una licenciatura en Ciencias Políticas de Converse College y ha utilizado su conocimiento para beneficiar a otros en diferentes organizaciones sin fines de lucro durante más de quince años.
Olivia Kemp, MSW
Olivia has a Master's of Social Work degree and experience serving families and youth in nonprofit settings. Her most recent experience as a career readiness coach built her case management and coaching skills, in addition to creating and running career workshops and developing and maintaining community partnerships.
Louise is from Athens, GA and is finishing her Master’s Degree In Nonprofit Management and Leadership from UGA. She has a BA in English and Philosophy from Converse College. Outside of work, she can typically be found spending time with her two cats, making candles, and baking.