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President and Founder
Jennifer Wynne is a Certified Professional Photographer, working with families, individuals, and corporate clients for 14 years. Before becoming a professional photographer, Jennifer had worked in corporate finance. She holds a BS in Business Administration from Colorado State University. Besides founding Changing Lenses, Changing Lives (CLCL), Jennifer has served on the board of Salado Family Relief Foundation as Treasurer.
Jennifer began sponsoring children in Third World Countries in 1996. She has sponsored children continuously since then. In 2009, her church began sponsoring children in Kenya to help combat the devastation caused by the AIDS epidemic. In response to seeing the critical, unmet needs of these children, Jennifer formed CLCL to bring about positive change in children’s lives. In addition to spending time with her husband, children, and dogs, Jennifer is an avid cyclist and loves to spend time in the gym.
Trudy Hughes serves as the Business Administrator for First United Methodist Church of Grapevine in Grapevine, Texas. She has been with FUMC Grapevine since 1999.
In addition to her role as Business Administrator, she is the staff lead for the church’s Kenyan mission, handling sponsorships of AIDS orphans, organizing mission trips, and overseeing all Kenyan ministries. Prior to working for FUMC Grapevine, Trudy was in the banking industry. Trudy is married to Allan, has two children, two grandchildren, and one fur person in her life.
Terry Wilson is the CFO for the premier leadership organization in the world, Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). Terry is a CPA who began his career at Ernst & Young and has over 30 years experience in various industries and positions with the last 14 years at YPO. Terry has a passion for technology and smart spreadsheets. Outside the office, his family, cycling and music keep the sparkle in his eye.
He has served on the boards of Changing Lenses Changing Lives and the Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society. Terry was educated at the University of Texas at Arlington and has spent the majority of his time prior to YPO for Wynn’s International working in the automotive temperature control products industry. He is a big fan of continuous process improvement and has worked through many difficult challenges that needed a creative solution. Building and maintaining an effective team has always been his number one priority everywhere he has worked.
Mike Gerro is Senior Vice President and Market Sales Manager for Frost Bank in Arlington, Texas. Mike has been with Frost Bank since 2001. Prior to his career at Frost, Mike held banking positions with other area banks. In addition to working in banking, Mike has served tirelessly on many nonprofit boards of directors, providing them with invaluable assistance with his financial and business knowledge. Mike holds a BBA in Business Finance from Baylor University.
Mike is married with four children and one beautiful granddaughter. His three dogs also hold a special place in his heart.
Beth Correa is a retired Regional Planner for Central Texas Council of Governments. She spent most of her 10 years as a planner for seven Texas counties to coordinate projects for Economic Development and Environmental Resources education and services. In addition to her work details, Beth has been married for 35 years to Rolly Correa. They live in Salado, Texas. They have three children and are the proud grandparents of four children.
Beth has the past four years in service and mission with children in the U.S. and other countries. She and her husband have traveled to Kenya on mission trips and have sponsored several children in Kenya. She also has gone to Belize to work on schools and orphanages. She has been the Children’s Christmas Musical Director for the past 13 years for Salado United Methodist Church. Other passions of hers include the Church Choir, playing flute and mandolin, and live theater.
Bruce L. Mansfield
Bruce Mansfield is an attorney at Mansfield and Mansfield, P.C. in Hurst, Texas. His practice is primarily civil and business related. Bruce has been licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas to practice in Texas state courts since November 24th, 1980.
Bruce attended the University of Texas at Arlington where he earned his Bachelor of Sciences in Criminal Justice in May 1977. He went on to study at Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, and earned his Juris Doctor in May 1980. Bruce has also served in the United States Army.
Bruce has been married to his wife, Laurie, for over 35 years and they have two adult sons and two grandchildren. Family and church are very important parts of Bruce’s life. On his own, Bruce enjoys reading, fishing, and playing casino craps.
Donalyn Miller has taught fourth, fifth and sixth graders in Northeast Texas. She is the author of two books about engaging children with reading, The Book Whisperer (Jossey-Bass, 2009) and Reading in the Wild (Jossey-Bass, 2013). Donalyn currently co-facilitates the community blog, The Nerdy Book Club and co-hosts the monthly Twitter chats, #titletalk and #bproots.
Her articles about teaching and reading have appeared in publications such as The Reading Teacher, Educational Leadership and The Washington Post. Donalyn evangelizes the importance of independent reading as Scholastic Book Fairs’ Manager of Independent Reading and Outreach.
Dawn Rogers holds a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Educational Leadership from the University of North Texas. Her 21 years of classroom teaching experience includes working with students in both primary and intermediate grades, struggling readers, special needs students, gifted and talented, and English language learners. As an Instructional Coach, Dawn supported teachers in their work with Best Practices, Classroom Management, 21st Century Skills, and Content Competency. She has extensive experience as a State and National speaker in areas of Instructional Strategy, Differentiation, and Social-Emotional Learning. Dawn is currently an Educational Consultant with Center for the Collaborative Classroom.
Bishop Catherine Mutua
Kenyan Team Member
Bishop Catherine Mutua presides as bishop for the Kaaga Synod in the Methodist Church in Kenya. She is the first female bishop from all the main line churches in East Africa, and began serving in this role in 2013. Her territory covers four counties in central Kenya. Prior to serving as Bishop, Bishop Mutua was the Bishop’s Assistant for six years. She has also acted as a minister in five different locations in the synod. She was ordained as a Methodist minister in 2000. Her degrees include Theology, a B.A. in Education and Counseling, and a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Kenya Methodist University.
Bishop Mutua is married with three children. She is the second born from an extremely poor family with 13 children. Her background makes her highly sensitive to the needs of today’s vulnerable children in Kenya.
Kenyan Team Member
Jeniffer Murithi heads the Office for Vulnerable Children for the Kaaga Synod in Meru, Kenya. In this role, which she has held for three years, she oversees and accounts for over 500 sponsorships of AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children. She is also responsible for overseeing 53 Community Health Workers (CHW) throughout the region. She has worked for the Kaaga Synod for over 20 years, beginning as a secretary. She has also been a CHW. Her passion for children and adults affected by HIV and AIDS is evident. She has assisted many people who are HIV positive to have a positive focus. Jeniffer has earned a diploma in Counseling.
Jeniffer is married and a mother of two. In addition to her work in the Synod, she is very active in her local church.