BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Kimball Stroud is the CEO of Kimball Stroud & Associates, and began her political career at the 1992 Inaugural Committee for President William Jefferson Clinton as Special Events Manager. After the inaugural she worked as Southern Finance Director for the Democratic National Committee and then as the Director of National Fundraising for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Kimball Stroud & Associates has worked for many high- profile elected officials including Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Congressman Harold Ford, Jr., and event manager for several non-profit organizations including The Edward M. Kennedy Center for the Study of the United States Senate, The Faith & Politics Institute, The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, The Roosevelt Institute, The LBJ Foundation, Newman’s Own Foundation, and The Creative Coalition. Ms Stroud also co-founded IMPACT Arts + Film Fund, which presents socially and politically themed documentary and narrative films and produces “The First Amendment Party” with Funny or Die during the White House Correspondents weekend.
Mr. Caplan is the Director of Business Development at Ameresco in Washington DC as a well as a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Ms. Mailloux is a freelance marketing professional based in Chevy Chase, MD. Previously, she was the UrbanSitter.com Community Manager, in the Strategic Marketing team for Animal Planet at Discovery Communications, and an Account Manager at BBDO in New York City.
Ms Junger-Moat is the Founder & President of Karcsi Global, LLC based in New York City. She is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Colombian American Association, MUSE Film and Television, and ELEVATE New York.
Ms. Hostetter is the Founding Partner of Hostetter Strent, LLC based ion Bethesda, MD. She is a Member of the Maryland State Bar, DC Bar and Massachusetts State Bar. She is a Member, Collaborative Divorce Association and sits on the Executive Committee of the Montgomery County Bar Association. Previously, she was co-chair of the Association’s Family Law Section (2003-2004) and is a Past President of Montgomery County Chapter, Women’s Bar Association (2006-2007). She is also a founding Member of the Maryland Chapter of the Storybook Project.
Dr. Christine Wheeler is a psychotherapist and clinical practitioner, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the psychoneuroendocrine systems as well as a licensed Marriage and Family Psychotherapist in the State of New York. In addition to her private practice of individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy, Dr. Wheeler researches, writes, lectures, consults, and provides expert witness testimony in psychiatric evaluation for cases heard before Supreme Court of the State of New York. Dr. Wheeler holds a Ph.D. from New York University. In 2009, she was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by The World Professional Association of Health for longstanding research and clinical work. Dr. Wheeler’s charitable work includes serving as the Chairperson for the Grapes for Humanity Global Foundation (since 2003) and as a Member of the Board of Directors for The Little Orchestra Society/Orpheon, Ind. (since 1974).
Ms. Willis is the Artistic & Executive Director and brings strategic leadership in the arts field along with strong marketing, process improvement and communications experience. She has over 15 years of professional experience in producing and directing theatre in New York City and Washington DC/Maryland. Prior to assuming the Directorship of Lumberyard, Ms Willis was the Founder and CEO of Willis Strategies and Directors of Strategy and Communications at Veterans for America / Vietnam Veterans for America Foundation.