Board Members

President

Christina Richter is a dedicated, non-profit thought leader with over 25 years experience. She offers a dedicated light of service, guidance, and solutions to all her clients. Armed with her ability to see the big picture, build relationships, her skills build long-term solutions that build healthy results.

She also serves on the Board of Directors of Jewish Family Services of Delaware and the Mary Campbell Center, a residential center for people with disabilities.

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Treasurer

Erica Reeve Saunders is a seasoned runner  whose love for running was birthed over 20 years ago in high school.  That passion was later reignited in 2015 after being diagnosed with hypertension. Since then, Erica has done countless 5k's, 10k's,  and half marathons. She is a 10 time marathoner and is currently in pursuit of completing the World Majors, which are the top six marathons in the world. She is excited to serve alongside her running coach and good friend Chika as they seek to address the sedentary lifestyle of today's youth. We believe our children can do 26.2!

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Member

Bebe Coker, Advocate for Civil Rights, and Educational Equity adopted Delaware as "home" in the year 1960. She has been a strong proponent of fair and equitable education for all Children and was opposed to the remedy of BUSSING to achieve same. Mrs. Coker has been and is still  an active member of  many educational and community boards throughout the  City and State, ergo, The NCCVO-TECH School Board, the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League, the Delaware Historical Society,  Musical Theater and Drama Groups, Women's' Leadership Group, United Way, and GREAT DAMES, just to name a few.  She is an outspoken advocate for reading proficiency of children and their right to quality learning opportunities in any given classroom; as well as the rights of former inmates to on the job training, employment, and housing.

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Member

Penny Marshall.

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Vice President

Dr. Gloria Stone is a trailblazer in the chiropractic profession. She is the owner of Vintage Chiropractic where she specializes in treating patients suffering from concussions as well as pregnancy and pediatrics.

 

The most rewarding experience in her career so far has been traveling to Jamaica and Haiti on chiropractic mission trips to deliver free adjustments to impoverished and underprivileged people in dire need of care, but otherwise could not afford it.

 

Dr. Gloria is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is well versed in the Activator, Thompson Drop and Diversified Technique. She is the founder of ChiroHealth Missions, Inc. which is a non-profit centered around local chiropractic mission work.

 

Her Motto: “Just a little bit every day helps to paint the bigger picture”-Dr. Gloria Stone

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Secretary

Wilmington native, Thea Lopez is a Marketing Strategist for nonprofits and small businesses. She's responsible for implementing marketing strategies to
increase brand awareness and develop social media campaigns. In addition to her extensive PR and marketing experience, she’s also a small business owner. Co-owner of Thrift Mobb, a recycled fashion clothing boutique and meetup. Thrift Mobb is for budget-conscious individuals who love vintage fashion. Thea views fashion as an art form based upon an individual’s personal style and interests. With her brand, she's on a mission in making fashion more sustainable and reducing the global footprint by recreating today’s fashion trends with vintage clothing.

When she isn’t working, you’ll find Thea planting, thrift shopping or volunteering for The Junoir League of Wilmington where she serves as Social Media and Digital Marketing Chair.

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Member

Serena Wilson-Archie is a recreational runner that supports the statewide Black Girls Run organization as a run coordinator.  Serena is a marathoner with numerous half marathons, and all other distances below.  She has a drive to stay fit and work with others to achieve the common fitness activity goals.  She has been supporting “I can do 26.2” since its inception with her two boys.
 
Serena is a wife, mother, and holds two engineering degrees: Civil (BS) and Electrical (MS).  She is currently working as the MD Peaking, Maintenance Manager."

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