We are a small but mighty bunch that is blooming with passion for girls and boys suffering from Rett Syndrome. We are always looking to add to our team.
Please contact us if you would like to get involved!
Roger has worked extensively in the retail, restaurant, and franchise arenas designing and developing training for corporations. Roger lives in Irving, Texas, with his wife and two beautiful daughters; Juliana, who has Rett Syndrome, and Olivia.
Kevin joined the GP2C team in February 2018 after a 30 year career with The Boeing Company, including technical development and project management of large scale defense and space systems. Kevin resides in Huntsville, Alabama, with his wife Sonja. Kevin’s daughter and son-in-law, Brittany and Ben Goodman, and granddaughters Blakely (who has Rett Syndrome), Andi Mac and Emmy Jo, reside in Nashville, Tennessee.
“From the day we received Blakely’s diagnosis in 2014, we have seen GP2C empowering families worldwide with the knowledge and tools needed for our daughters and granddaughters to be successful. I’m excited to be a part of this team as we not only help families with today’s needs, but also support the exciting journey to tomorrow’s cure.”
Amei joined our team in 2014. A New Jersey native, she enjoys spending time with her son, Dominic, family and friends. Amei has nine plus years planning and executing events at some of the Southeast's leading resorts and a strong customer service background. Amei brings a genuine passion to raising awareness and helping to raise funds to support families, educate and provide research to cure Rett Syndrome.
Kristi is a lifelong resident of Amelia Island. She is a mother to two wonderful girls, Kenzi and Kaisen. With a strong background in customer service and office management she plans to do her part in helping Girl Power 2 Cure continue to grow and fight for a cure.
“You can’t meet one of our girls or boys without falling in love. The light in their eyes makes coming to work every day a joy. It’s a privilege to spread awareness about Rett Syndrome and to be a tiny part of finding a cure.”
In February 2013, our two-year-old daughter was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome. Girl Power 2 Cure (GP2C), their staff, members, and supporters, have become a beacon of light for me and my family. They bring an air of excitement, youthfulness, and fun to a very serious diagnosis.