STAFF

  Dr. Kayce Anderson / Executive Director   Dr. Kayce Anderson is a humanitarian, ecologist, mom, explorer, and eternal student. She feels strongly that education is a right and the key to alleviating many of the world’s ails. She completed a bachelor degree at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a PhD at the University of California, Davis. She applies her training as an ecologist to our work, combining evidence based methods and community input to improve education outcomes for girls.  Kayce loves to see people set big goals and succeed in reaching them. She is passionate about helping people help themselves. There is not much distinction between Kayce's work and personal lives. In all cases, she tries to stay outside more than in, surround herself with people she respects, and learn about what life has to offer.

Dr. Kayce Anderson / Executive Director

Dr. Kayce Anderson is a humanitarian, ecologist, mom, explorer, and eternal student. She feels strongly that education is a right and the key to alleviating many of the world’s ails. She completed a bachelor degree at the University of Colorado, Boulder and a PhD at the University of California, Davis. She applies her training as an ecologist to our work, combining evidence based methods and community input to improve education outcomes for girls.

Kayce loves to see people set big goals and succeed in reaching them. She is passionate about helping people help themselves. There is not much distinction between Kayce's work and personal lives. In all cases, she tries to stay outside more than in, surround herself with people she respects, and learn about what life has to offer.

  Millicent Garama / Kenyan Programs Director   A nurse with a masters degree in International Health from Queen Margaret University inEdinburgh, Millicent has over 30 years of experience in community development and health education work in Kenya. She has worked as a nurse and mid-wife, as the Deputy Matron and Deputy Director of Community Health at the PCEA Chogoria Hospital in Kenya and as the Health Coordinator for Plan International in Kenya for many years. Millicent's extensive community health work with Kenyan families and communities offers a depth of cultural fluency and capacity for ongoing engagement with For the Good's partner communities that is critical to our work in Kenya. Her warm spirit, deep compassion and committed passion to increasing opportunities for vulnerable children, girls and families in Kenya keeps our compass pointing true north

Millicent Garama / Kenyan Programs Director

A nurse with a masters degree in International Health from Queen Margaret University inEdinburgh, Millicent has over 30 years of experience in community development and health education work in Kenya. She has worked as a nurse and mid-wife, as the Deputy Matron and Deputy Director of Community Health at the PCEA Chogoria Hospital in Kenya and as the Health Coordinator for Plan International in Kenya for many years. Millicent's extensive community health work with Kenyan families and communities offers a depth of cultural fluency and capacity for ongoing engagement with For the Good's partner communities that is critical to our work in Kenya. Her warm spirit, deep compassion and committed passion to increasing opportunities for vulnerable children, girls and families in Kenya keeps our compass pointing true north

  Kate Lapides   / Communications and Outreach   Kate Lapides earned a bachelor's degree in Art, English and Sociology. After completing advanced photography studies at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, she began putting her cameras to work documenting the stories of refugees, immigrants, burn survivors and the rural poor around the world for NGO's including Save the Children, the International Rescue Committee, and Interplast. Passionate about running, mountains, community, human rights, and dog-friendly spaces, she’s a profound believer in the capacity of thoughtful photography to humanize complex humanitarian issues. She also writes about people doing good in the world as a contributing writer for Breckenridge magazine.

Kate Lapides / Communications and Outreach

Kate Lapides earned a bachelor's degree in Art, English and Sociology. After completing advanced photography studies at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, she began putting her cameras to work documenting the stories of refugees, immigrants, burn survivors and the rural poor around the world for NGO's including Save the Children, the International Rescue Committee, and Interplast. Passionate about running, mountains, community, human rights, and dog-friendly spaces, she’s a profound believer in the capacity of thoughtful photography to humanize complex humanitarian issues. She also writes about people doing good in the world as a contributing writer for Breckenridge magazine.

  Robert Murithi   Robert is a young Kenyan man with a passion to serve. He graduated from Meru University with a Masters in Business Administration in 2016 and graduated with honors with bachelor's degree in Finance in 2013. He also holds a certificate in peace building and conflict management, leadership, and counseling. He brings these skills to has masterful facilitation work with communities for 4TGP.  Robert possesses deep empathy for people in need and is passionate about volunteering. He has shared his skills at many charitable events and at a children's home in Kenya. When he's not busy working for For the Good or volunteering, Robert loves traveling, swimming, and adventuring to see new places.

Robert Murithi

Robert is a young Kenyan man with a passion to serve. He graduated from Meru University with a Masters in Business Administration in 2016 and graduated with honors with bachelor's degree in Finance in 2013. He also holds a certificate in peace building and conflict management, leadership, and counseling. He brings these skills to has masterful facilitation work with communities for 4TGP.

Robert possesses deep empathy for people in need and is passionate about volunteering. He has shared his skills at many charitable events and at a children's home in Kenya. When he's not busy working for For the Good or volunteering, Robert loves traveling, swimming, and adventuring to see new places.

  Wincate Makena   Wincate holds a Diploma in Supplies and Procurement Management from the University of Mount Kenya. Her friends describe her as easy going and a good listener- both traits which serve her well as a For the Good educator.

Wincate Makena

Wincate holds a Diploma in Supplies and Procurement Management from the University of Mount Kenya. Her friends describe her as easy going and a good listener- both traits which serve her well as a For the Good educator.

  Eliud Tsuma Garama   Ellud studied studied Human Resources Management and graduated in December 2015 from Karatina University in Central Kenya. Before joining For The Good Period, Ellud volunteered at a play center for vulnerable children known as Faraja Center in Chogoria, Kenya where he lives. When Ellud isn't busy working for For The Good especially over the weekends I still volunteer at the play center, I also enjoy reading, working out and travelling.

Eliud Tsuma Garama

Ellud studied studied Human Resources Management and graduated in December 2015 from Karatina University in Central Kenya. Before joining For The Good Period, Ellud volunteered at a play center for vulnerable children known as Faraja Center in Chogoria, Kenya where he lives. When Ellud isn't busy working for For The Good especially over the weekends I still volunteer at the play center, I also enjoy reading, working out and travelling.

Board of Directors

  Dr. Molly Secor-Turner   Molly Secor-Turner holds a joint appointment in the Department of Nursing and the  Master of Public Health program  at North Dakota State University. Her research examines the influence of social context on adolescent health. Molly uses this research to advocate for the health and well-being of adolescents from a human rights perspective, whether they live in rural North Dakota, rural Kenya or among high-risk populations in Fargo.  Molly enjoys changing topography and outdoor pursuits of the Pacific Northwest and Montana. While not at NDSU, Molly spends her time looking for awesome in the world, most often found in the voices of her children, the love of her family, or the wonder of nature. 

Dr. Molly Secor-Turner

Molly Secor-Turner holds a joint appointment in the Department of Nursing and the Master of Public Health program at North Dakota State University. Her research examines the influence of social context on adolescent health. Molly uses this research to advocate for the health and well-being of adolescents from a human rights perspective, whether they live in rural North Dakota, rural Kenya or among high-risk populations in Fargo.

Molly enjoys changing topography and outdoor pursuits of the Pacific Northwest and Montana. While not at NDSU, Molly spends her time looking for awesome in the world, most often found in the voices of her children, the love of her family, or the wonder of nature. 

  Shelly Sheppick   Shelly began her career in publishing and soon found herself developing sales strategy and training programs for emerging technology companies spawned by IdeaLab in California. After moving to Colorado, she turned her sights to the nonprofit sector, establishing and co-chairing a major capital campaign while serving as the president of the school board for a public Montessori charter school, serving on the board of directors on numerous non-profits, and working as the program director for a youth agency serving families in six Colorado communities.  Shelly believes strongly that the path to a more peaceful world is through the education of our planet’s girls and women.  Shelly is an avid yoga practitioner and loves to play, adventure, and travel anywhere new, and escapes to the beach to surf whenever possible. 

Shelly Sheppick

Shelly began her career in publishing and soon found herself developing sales strategy and training programs for emerging technology companies spawned by IdeaLab in California. After moving to Colorado, she turned her sights to the nonprofit sector, establishing and co-chairing a major capital campaign while serving as the president of the school board for a public Montessori charter school, serving on the board of directors on numerous non-profits, and working as the program director for a youth agency serving families in six Colorado communities.

Shelly believes strongly that the path to a more peaceful world is through the education of our planet’s girls and women.  Shelly is an avid yoga practitioner and loves to play, adventure, and travel anywhere new, and escapes to the beach to surf whenever possible. 

  Sharon Secor   Sharon Secor has been traveling to Kenya to support schools and hospitals in the Tharaka-Nithi County region for over twenty years.  Her experience and connections to community health professionals, schools, and government administrators in the region where our work is focused is critical to the success of our Kenyan programs.  Sharon introduced her daughter Molly, our initial Director of Programs, to the beauty of Kenya and its people twenty years ago. Sharon is always game for a little adventure, a character trait that comes in handy during her many travels abroad.

Sharon Secor

Sharon Secor has been traveling to Kenya to support schools and hospitals in the Tharaka-Nithi County region for over twenty years.  Her experience and connections to community health professionals, schools, and government administrators in the region where our work is focused is critical to the success of our Kenyan programs.

Sharon introduced her daughter Molly, our initial Director of Programs, to the beauty of Kenya and its people twenty years ago. Sharon is always game for a little adventure, a character trait that comes in handy during her many travels abroad.

  Jordan Schultz   Jordan Schultz   has over ten years of experience in fundraising and development, strategic planning, and program development for non-profits. She is currently the Development Director for the Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC), a nonprofit organization in Summit County, Colorado. She taught health education to at risk girls for three years and is passionate about improving access to health care and health literacy & education. Jordan holds a masters degree in Social Work from the University of Denver and is currently an adjunct professor with the same program.  In her spare time, Jordan loves to raft down rivers, ride sweet singletrack and carve turns in Colorado's fresh powder, preferably in the company of her husband Matt and their wonderfully unique four-legged friends Boone and Hannah. She is the proud mother of a beautiful new baby girl named Addie.

Jordan Schultz

Jordan Schultz has over ten years of experience in fundraising and development, strategic planning, and program development for non-profits. She is currently the Development Director for the Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC), a nonprofit organization in Summit County, Colorado. She taught health education to at risk girls for three years and is passionate about improving access to health care and health literacy & education. Jordan holds a masters degree in Social Work from the University of Denver and is currently an adjunct professor with the same program.

In her spare time, Jordan loves to raft down rivers, ride sweet singletrack and carve turns in Colorado's fresh powder, preferably in the company of her husband Matt and their wonderfully unique four-legged friends Boone and Hannah. She is the proud mother of a beautiful new baby girl named Addie.

  Kaitlin Schmitz   Kaitlin Schmitz earned a master’s degree in public health from North Dakota State University under the mentorship of Dr. Molly Secor-Turner. Kaitlin has been learning from Kenya since 2013 where she first visited as a student nurse, worked in the community at the local Chogoria hospital, was a part of the first pad fundraising and distribution and teamed up to conduct an adolescent focused community assessment in Tharaka-Nithi county.  Kaitlin is now a PhD Nursing student at the University of Colorado, studying biobehavioral science focused on adolescent health, sexuality, and human rights. In her free time, Kaitlin cherishes time spent with family and friends. When her nose isn't in the books, she spends her time planning Pints & Pads fundraising events for For the Good and exploring her new home in Colorado.

Kaitlin Schmitz

Kaitlin Schmitz earned a master’s degree in public health from North Dakota State University under the mentorship of Dr. Molly Secor-Turner. Kaitlin has been learning from Kenya since 2013 where she first visited as a student nurse, worked in the community at the local Chogoria hospital, was a part of the first pad fundraising and distribution and teamed up to conduct an adolescent focused community assessment in Tharaka-Nithi county.

Kaitlin is now a PhD Nursing student at the University of Colorado, studying biobehavioral science focused on adolescent health, sexuality, and human rights. In her free time, Kaitlin cherishes time spent with family and friends. When her nose isn't in the books, she spends her time planning Pints & Pads fundraising events for For the Good and exploring her new home in Colorado.

  Kenyan Board of Directors   Our Kenyan Board of Directors brings a breadth of experience to our work and helps guide our programs in Kenya.

Kenyan Board of Directors

Our Kenyan Board of Directors brings a breadth of experience to our work and helps guide our programs in Kenya.