National Executive Director
In 2011 Kevin Sullivan joined The Moyer Foundation team as the organization’s new National Executive Director. Sullivan’s career includes more than a quarter century of experience in the nonprofit realm, including work with the American Red Cross and the YMCA. Over the course of his career, he has helped organization’s formulate and manage their strategic direction; supervised program development and fundraising initiatives; ensured compliance with policies and procedures, including hiring, coordinating and evaluating personnel; and more.
When he was just eight years old, Kevin lost his own father so he personally understands the importance of providing support and care to children as they experience an extremely difficult time. At The Moyer Foundation Kevin leads the overall design, marketing, execution and quality of the Foundation’s programs and services. He also be ensures the organization and its mission, programs and services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image to all relevant stakeholders. Kevin currently resides Philadelphia with his wife.
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National Programs Director
Lisa Willis is the National Programs Director for The Moyer Foundation, responsible for the Foundation's sustainability and expansion of the Camp Erin and Camp Mariposa network of camps; managing the national strategy, development and branding of existing and new locations. Lisa, together with her team, works with each Camp Erin and Camp Mariposa partner and community nationwide to raise awareness, establish programs, build strategic partnerships and fund raise. Lisa also oversees the Foundation’s Community Grants program distributing funds to non-profit organizations in PA and WA that reflect the Foundation’s two key initiatives – childhood bereavement and the prevention of alcohol and drug dependency. She joined the Foundation in 2011.
Lisa has more than 15 years of experience working in corporate responsibility, sports philanthropy and media. Lisa worked extensively and in multiple capacities with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - funded Sports Philanthropy Project, a national organization that maximized the incredible power and assets of professional sports to impact sustainable social change.
Lisa has spent her career dedicated to improving the health and happiness of America's children. Prior to joining The Moyer Foundation, Lisa worked as an independent consultant for a variety of non-profit and for profit clients including Nike, Inc. and the Clinton Global Initiative, the Seattle Seahawks, The Food Trust, Everyday Health and Friends of the Children. She began her career working for FOX Sports New England and Clear Channel Communications where she specialized in marketing, business development, community outreach and public relations.
Lisa holds a BA in psychology with a minor in business administration from Wittenberg University, where she was recruited for swimming. Originally from Connecticut, Lisa now lives in Seattle.
Rachel holds a BA in Public Relations from Central Washington University where she graduated with honors in 2007. She lives in Seattle with her husband and loves the city life. Her leisure time is spent with her wonderful friends and family, traveling and enjoying the outdoors. Rachel’s favorite thing in life is being a proud auntie to her niece and nephews!
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Camp Erin Program Manager
Bethany joined The Moyer Foundation in December of 2011 as the Camp Erin Program Manager. She is privileged to provide support and oversight to more than forty Camp Erin locations nationwide, and cultivates a national network of bereavement professionals to offer development and networking opportunities.
Prior to joining The Moyer Foundation, Bethany worked for the Safe Crossings Children's Grief Support Program of Providence Hospice of Seattle, WA. She has also worked in school-based counseling; undergraduate student services; summer camp programming; and is a practicum facilitator for graduate-level students.
Bethany holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. She shares life with a fantastic community of family and friends in Seattle who love to eat good food, play often and care well for one another.
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Brian Maus, MA, LMFT
Camp Mariposa Program Manager
In October 2013, Jocelyn Matics joined The Moyer Foundation team as the Office and Program Administrator. Jocelyn is excited to manage the administrative operations, provide support to The Moyer Foundation Staff, and assist the programming department in this role.
Jocelyn is passionate about creating positive experiences for kids. Having been an intern for The Moyer Foundation in 2012, Jocelyn is excited to continue her work with the Foundation. She brings experience from various non-profits where she has worked in camp directing and programming, event planning, as well as programming and development for a family social work program.
Jocelyn holds a BA in Communication Studies with a double minor in Women’s Studies and Psychology from Seattle Pacific University. She loves traveling (having spent much time in Australia and New Zealand), eating good food, and going on adventures with friends.
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Wendy Belzer Litzke
Director of Community and Government Relations
Wendy Belzer Litzke earned her B.A. in Spanish, summa cum laude, from Boston College, and attended American University in Washington D.C. where she earned a master's degree in International Communication. Ms. Belzer Litzke has worked in the private sector for International SOS Assistance and? inlingua School of Languages; and in government, as special assistant to the director of the Voice of America; and as press secretary and communications director for Congresswoman Nydia M. Velazquez and the House Committee on Small Business. She spent nine years in higher education as special assistant to the president, director of government and community relations, and vice president for government and community relations at Goucher College in Baltimore. Most recently she was executive director of The Orphan Society of America (OSA), located just outside of Philadelphia.