Our Board

Mary Kelkis

Board Chair boardchair@york.bridgeofhopeinc.org

A member of St. Joseph Church York, Mary joined the board of Bridge of Hope of York County in July 2018. She currently works for a nonprofit in Harrisburg PA, Real Alternatives. Mary owned part of a family business for many years and brings experience in operations, IT, and accounting.

Lynne Huddleston

Treasurer treasurer@york.bridgeofhopeinc.org

My name is Lynne Huddleston.  I grew up in many places as an army brat and spent 30 years of my adulthood as an army wife.  In between, I worked as an industrial engineer, and afterwards earned my M Eng in mechanical engineering.  I currently work as project engineer for a microelectronics packaging company.  I am very proud of my 2 grown sons and their accomplishments; I have been graced with a wonderful life partner.  God has guided my faith path since childhood.

I am a charismatic Catholic and a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in York where I taught religious education to 5th graders and led a charismatic prayer group for many years.  I was blessed with strong, loving parents who taught me by their examples to be caring and compassionate, self-sufficient and independent.  These treasures are my greatest wealth to be shared with others.

Poverty is a heavy burden that can only be overcome with intense teamwork.  When one person is raised up, all are raised up.  My passion for Bridge of Hope lies in its philosophy and mission of providing a caring, compassionate hand up to single mothers who are seeking to become self-sufficient and independent.

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Steve and Nicky Sanderson

Board Members Marketing@york.bridgeofhopeinc.org
Steve and Nicky are members of Church of the Open Door, West York where they serve in multiple ministries.  They joined Bridge of Hope in 2018 as they felt called to show the love of Christ in a larger capacity outside their church.  Our practical love for those in need reflects God’s heart and is how we become his hands and feet.  Steve and Nicky think Bridge of Hope of York County is a great organization that goes deep into the lives of homeless/hurting women and children; to help lift them up, walk along side them and assist them to succeed in life.

Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.” —Ephesians. 5:1,2.

Angela McCallister

Board Member Dressume@york.bridgeofhopeinc.org

Angela joined the Bridge of Hope of York County board in the fall of 2018. She brings enthusiasm for our mission and is heading up a clothing room for our moms to ‘shop’ and get business clothes for free. Donations of gently used business attire are welcome! Donate to Dressume today!

Nayr Anaya

Board Member social@york.bridgeofhopeinc.org

Nayr Anaya joined the Bridge of Hope of York County’s board in the fall of 2018. She brings expertise in social media.

Sue DuMars

Board Member Volunteers@york.bridgeofhopeinc.org

Sue is a new member of our board and brings expertise in coordinating volunteers and fundraising.

Keith Katz

Board Member

A Member of LCBC Church and Board Member since 2013, Keith is the owner of Quality Service Center in West York.  Keith leads the Golf Outing Committee.   Keith shared his passion for Bridge of Hope…

“Owning my own small business, I was looking for a way to give back. I was introduced to Bridge of Hope many years ago, and found helping homeless moms find a new life very rewarding.”


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Timothy Fives

Board Member

Tim is the President and CEO of Fives Squared, a business growth coaching and executive coaching business based in York, striving to help entrepreneurs and professionals.

A Board Member since 2016 and member of St. Joseph’s Parish, York, Tim’s  connection to Bridge of Hope is because…

“Much like you, I have this one life to live and I truly want to make the most of it. I have found that I am most alive, engaged and vibrant when I am serving others by applying my gifts, strengths, creativity, and partnering with those who come into my life. While I am serving others, I too learn and grow.”

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