Terri started Craftibility as an LLC in 2013. Her goal of having her own nonprofit was inspired by the children that she taught in the public schools that that had multiple special needs. She recognized a need for teaching children of all abilities to learn to be more accepting of others. The focus turned to the elderly and adults with special needs, as young children do not have many opportunities to interact with these demographic groups while out in the community. Terri's family's support enables her to move forward with achiveving her long term goals for Craftibiity Foundation.
Cate Redfern (CFRE) helps small to medium nonprofits that have limited resources to excel at achieving their mission. As a nonprofit strategy consultant and reflective coach practitioner, Cate focuses her clients’ efforts on developing the skills and processes needed to facilitate intentional action delivering measurable results. These focus areas include strategic planning facilitation, strategic plan impelementation, fundraising plan design and implementation, organizational development, and leadership coaching.
Gregory is a tax attorney with Armstrong Teasdale LLP. He is passionate about education, and helping others. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, fishing, and other sports.
Barry has been a lifelong volunteer. He has volunteered with many organizations benefiting children and families from a variety of backgrounds. He feels that it is important that everyone fits in, feels welcome, and has people in their lives that fully understand them.