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He looks forward to working with the faith, business, and government leaders to address growing needs in this area. Lauren has been an advocate for vulnerable children and families in Virginia since 2022. She and her family began their own foster care journey which eventually added two more children through adoption making a total of five kids! After finalizing their first adoption, Lauren saw a huge need for awareness and greater access to resources for foster families in the Hampton Roads region and began building a network to help.

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Prior to joining Pershing, Janet was a director and senior program manager for UBS, where she designed, developed and delivered programs for financial advisors, from large scale conferences and local market workshops. Janet has worked for Merrill Lynch, Shearson Lehman Brothers and several financial consulting firms. She began her career as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch and later with Shearson Lehman Brothers.

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Karen’s work and volunteer experiences have shown her the power of connections and community engagement to achieve a common goal. Steve is a life-long Virginia native and has years of valued experience in local, state, and federal government. He received his Bachelor of Science from Virginia Union University and is a 2022 graduate of the Minority Political Leadership Program at Virginia Commonwealth University. As a father of two, Steve understands that children are our most vulnerable and most valuable gift and deserve nothing but our best. Keeping birth families together or providing safe, ethnically-sensitive homes for kids in foster care is paramount.

  • Kate Ashby’s love of teaching children and her heart for the vulnerable coupled with her film and tv background make for a great union with the I Belong Project at Virginia’s Kids Belong.
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  • Ms. Kelly was born in Philadelphia and graduated from the Georgetown University school of foreign service and the Johns Hopkins school of advanced international studies.
  • She began her service as a legislative intern for then-Delegate McDonnell before transitioning into a more active political role helping to manage his 1999 re-election campaign.

Lauren finds great joy in connecting parents, faith communities, and child welfare professionals with valuable resources and meaningful community while they serve the most vulnerable of our population. As an adoptive mom and former Secretary of the Commonwealth, Janet gained first-hand knowledge of the struggles and joys of parenting a child from foster care. In the Governor’s office, she ran a first-of-its-kind campaign that resulted in 1041 kids being matched with permanent families. She also acquired a healthy discontent with the state of the current foster care system and a deep desire for an environment where every child has true belonging. She enjoys engaging leaders from all backgrounds and beliefs to focus on the common goal of ending Virginia’s foster care and adoption crisis.

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From 2002 until 2004, Kelly ran his candidate committee and operated as his campaign manager in his race to become Virginia’s Attorney General. During his tenure as the state’s chief law officer, she assumed the dual roles of Chief of Staff and Director of Administration, managing the finances, operations, information technology, and human resource divisions of the office. Prior to her appointment, Kelly was the Deputy Director of the Transition.

She and her husband, Ryan, have three children ages 18, 11, and 9. Matt has worked in the community mental health field for over a decade. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker he has helped children and families process through crisis and trauma and has seen first hand the challenges that kids face in foster care. Matt will be focused on providing better outcomes for kids in the Appalachian Highlands region. A native to southwest Virginia, Matt lives in Abingdon with his wife and their two children.