SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM
Chief Executive Officer
Jordan has been involved in her church youth groups and athletics her entire life, including volleyball, basketball, and currently club soccer. She has been in honors and AP classes throughout junior high and high school and is an avid participant in school events. Outside of school, Jordan loves to do anything that means spending time with her friends and family. She hopes to go to a 4-year university and study sports medicine and play collegiate soccer.
Chief Finacial Officer
Tyler is Kids Helping Kids’ 11th Chief Financial Officer. Throughout all four years of high school, he has remained an honor and AP student and is a regular participant in school activities. He has played sports all of his life, including baseball, basketball, and soccer. Last year, he joined the Del Campo Varsity Baseball squad for the first time as a Junior, and was a part of the championship team, enjoying every moment of the season. He spends time outside of school helping his dad run the Del Campo Youth Soccer Club, and after his days in high school, hopes to attend a four-year university to study Business Management and Economics.
Chief Operations Officer
Riley Wells is our 11th COO of Kids Helping Kids Sacramento. Riley has actively been in honors and AP classes throughout her entire middle school and high school career and did student government throughout her first 3 years of high school. She has participated in many sports throughout her life, including softball, soccer, basketball, and currently playing varsity volleyball for Del Campo High School. Riley loves to be an active part of her community and during her junior year was a part of Del Campo’s Helping Hands club. She hopes to continue her academic career through a 4-year college and study kinesiology.
Director of Advancement
Naomi is an AP and honors student as well as a tutor for elementary school kids in reading. She has been playing volleyball since she was 8 but started playing competitively at 12. She plays year-round with school, club teams, and sand volleyball. She is usually reading, leading her youth group, or spending time with her family on her own time. Her Polynesian culture is a big part of her life, as she did island dancing professionally. She plans to major in Art history and attend medical school to become the first doctor in her family.
Director of Event Services
Angelina has spent the majority of her high school years primarily focused on her academics. She has built a love for performing arts and dance throughout her youth. After high school, she plans on attending a 4-year university to major in Business and minor in Arts.
Director of Outreach
Abby has involved herself in Honors and AP classes for the past 4 years as well as played on the varsity water polo and swim team. She enjoys working with kids as a babysitter and water polo coach in her free time. After high school, Abby plans on attending a 4-year university to study business.
Director of Marketing
Phi-han is an honors and AP student who is extremely involved with extracurriculars. She is the team captain for girls’ tennis and participates in programs such as Asian Youth, Key Club, and Letters For Rose as well as maintaining multiple leadership roles. After high school, she plans to immediately attend a four-year university taking on a major related to the medical field.
Director of Productions
Rachel has been challenging herself to take honors or AP classes. Instead of sports, she’s focused on joining clubs that support her community and have leadership positions such as Asian Youth Association, Gay Straight Alliance, Key Club, Latinos Unidos, Link Crew, and many more. Growing up in a Korean household with a motto to help those in need, she hopes to become someone people may know of as a supportive pillar in their lives. Because of her interest in reading, writing, and the arts, she’s had a dream to pursue a creative career after high school and attend a 4-year university studying art and literary writing.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS