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Katrina studied Interior Design at the University of Texas in Austin in the mid-60's. She has used this knowledge in collecting art, antiques and artifacts from around the world to decorating her home. She is an avid antique glass bead collector and designs necklaces for family and friends.
Katrina has three children, Nadia, Misha, and David, and one granddaughter Haydara and a grandson, who live in Austin, Texas.
Not Another Child (NAC) has been granted tax exempt status and all donations are exempt from Federal Income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All Contributions to NAC are deductible under section 170 of the Code. NAC also is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. NAC is further classified as a public charity under the Code section(s) 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)
Ian is the Property Manager for Community Home Trust, a non-profit focused on permanently affordable homeownership in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Ian obtained his Master’s Degree in Sustainability and Environmental Management from the Extension School at Harvard University in 2009, and his BA in Philosophy from Portland State University in 2002. Involvement in local and social causes has included volunteering at the Orange County Literacy Council (Chapel Hill NC), the Interfaith Council Men’s Homeless Shelter (Chapel Hill), Habitat for Humanity (Durham NC and Chapel Hill NC), and serving on the Environmental Advisory Board for the Town of Carrboro, NC (2011 - 2013).
As President of NAC, Ian hopes to help with fundraising, marketing, and strategic planning. Ian is honored to be a part of the Not Another Child effort.
Katrina is a retired Executive Assistant in the Foreign Service of the Department of State. She most recently worked at the American Embassy in Nouakchott, Mauritania as Executive and Staff Assistant to the Ambassador. Her career with the Department of State began in 1970 where she received her initial training in Washington, DC. Her first Foreign Service tour was in 1971 in New Delhi, India where she worked at the American Embassy for the Director of Communications. Her Foreign Service career expanded her portfolio to include working in the Transition Office of Secretary Madeleine Albright, Under Secretary Thomas Pickering and five Ambassadors. She has served in American Embassies for 42 years in Singapore, Chad; Syria, Tunisia, Cote d'Ivoire, Burma, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Mauritania and four times in India for a total of 15 years.
Katrina received numerous Meritorious Awards with monetary supplement for her dedication and commitment to her service in the Department of State.
Katrina helped to establish a non-government organization for drug abusers and HIV+ friends for men in a village in North India in 2005. A care home was also established where the men live in the home and participate in the program for one to two years. The program provides the clients counseling and solutions to help them to overcome their addiction. Katrina was President of the Board of this organization until 2010. She still works closely with the Director and his staff as an advisor to the operation and its programs.
Mariah has spent much of the last twenty years of her life working with and supporting children. While obtaining her A.B. in German Studies at Harvard University, she volunteered as a high school tutor, ESL tutor and mentor. From 2000-2002, she was a third grade teacher with Teach for America (www.teachforamerica.org), in Long Beach, California. She earned her M.A. in Social and Cultural Foundations of Education from the University of Washington in 2005.
Since then, she has been working with her own three children to instill the values of compassion, generosity and kindness toward others. A stay-at-home parent and PTA volunteer in Seattle, Washington for many years, Mariah is thrilled to change the lives of many more children all over the world through her work with NAC. After a 3-year stint living in Finland, Mariah is even more convinced that there is a way to ensure that no child goes without food, shelter and education. Now that she has returned to Seattle, Mariah will continue to devote time to doing so.
|January 2011 - July 2015|
|Vice President||Ian Morse|
|Vice President||Katrina Hourani|
|Treasurer||Michelle Robinson |
|Vice President||Mariah Voutilainen|
|Vice President||Michelle Robinson|
|Member at Large|
Joanne Ko (January 2016)
Karoliina Kuisma (January 2019)
Michelle received her A.B. from Harvard University (2001), completed her M.T.S. at Harvard Divinity School (2004), and earned her Ph.D. in the New England and American Studies Program at Boston University (2010). She is an alumnus of the Ron Brown Scholar Program (www.ronbrown.org), an academic scholarship program inspired by the late Secretary of Commerce’s commitment to public service. Michelle is currently an Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where she teaches courses in literature, film, and religious history.
Joanne is an attorney in Seattle, Washington. She earned her Bachelor of Arts at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and her Juris Doctor degree at Lewis and Clark School of Law. She has lived all over the world in Europe, Asia and North America. A member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, she helps people immigrate to the United States. She is honored to serve on the board of Not Another Child.
Wylma completed a Doctor of Philosophy (Political Science/Futures Studies, 2008) at the University of Hawaii-Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii. She completed a Master of Arts (Political Science/American Government, 1994) and a Bachelor of Arts (Political Science/American Government, 1991) at The American University, Washington, District of Columbia. She was on the Faculty of the University of Phoenix--Honolulu Campus (2010-2016). A 25-year veteran of the United States Government, she was born in Burma (Myanmar) and has lived in Vietnam, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Tanzania, and the United States (Wisconsin, Florida, Virginia, Hawaii, and Washington). She was a Hospice Volunteer in Hawaii and is a member of Toastmasters International (over 28 years). She has traveled extensively in Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe (also Canada and Argentina); her travels in Africa include Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, and Tanzania (also Zanzibar). She is a resident of the State of Hawaii.
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