Kids' Chance of California Announces 2020 Board Members
Friday, January 24, 2020 | 799 | 0
Soquel, CA January 21st, 2020 - Kids' Chance of California (KCOCA) --- a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide need-based educational scholarships to the children of California workers who have been fatally or seriously injured on the job is pleased to announce the 2020/2021 Board of Directors:
- President - Amy Hanson (Keenan)
- President Elect - Kristen Chavez (WorkCompCentral)
- Treasurer - Lynda Stettler (Titan Claims Management)
- Secretary - Michael Rydman (Carisk Partners)
- Immediate Past President - Maria Henderson (UPMC Health Plan)
- Vice President Scholarship - Seth Frohman (Paradigm)
- Vice President Sponsorship - Jennifer McCaw (Siegel, Moreno & Stettler)
- Director-at-Large - Bert Arnold (Boxer & Gerson)
KCOCA extends its thanks to thank Maria Henderson, who served as President since the inception of the organization in 2012 for her countless hours of service. Under her leadership, KCOCA awarded 61 individual students just over $569,000. The Board of Directors is looking forward to continuing her passion and legacy. Maria will continue as the Immediate Past President and Advisory Council Chair.
President, Amy Hanson said, "I'm excited to step into the role of President of KCOCA as of January 1, 2020. As a well-established organization, my goal as president is to continue to strive to increase awareness for our organization as well as focus on our mission to raise more money for more kids. I am confident that with the passion and expertise of our volunteer board and various committees, we will reach our goal of awarding $1,000,000 in scholarships by 2022. We're looking forward to making a continued impact on families throughout California!"
If you or someone you know may qualify for the Kids' Chance of California scholarship, or if you would like to make a donation, visit kidschanceca.org or follow them on social media.
About Kids' Chance of California
Kids' Chance of California is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide need-based educational scholarships to the children of California workers who have been fatally or seriously injured on the job. Kids' Chance was founded in 1988 in the state of Georgia and has expanded to 45 states over the last 32 years.
Lori Oates, CSEP
Kids' Chance of California Headquarters