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Board of Directors - Officers

The Honorable M. Jane Brady, Chair and Founder

Judge Brady served as Attorney General from 1995-2005, the first woman to serve as Attorney General of the State of Delaware. She graduated from Christiana High School, the University of Delaware and Villanova University School of Law. From 1977 until 1990, she served as a Deputy Attorney General in the Delaware Department of Justice, culminating with three years of service as Chief Prosecutor in Sussex County. Judge Brady entered private practice in 1990, where she remained until her election as Attorney General.

Judge Brady has served on the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section Council, the American Bar Association's Standards Task Force on Biological Evidence and the Advisory Committee of the American Bar Association's National Symposium on the American Jury System. She is a member of the Terry-Carey American Inn of Court.

She is also the founder of Kinfolk, a nonprofit agency that provides free computers and Internet accounts to children facing long hospital stays, enabling them to keep in touch with family, friends and schoolwork.

The Honorable M. Jane Brady was appointed to the Superior Court in 2005.
Judge Brady's present term ends December 7, 2017.

Greg Gurev, Treasurer 

Greg Gurev is the CEO and Head Sherpa of MySherpa®, an award winning managed computer and cloud services company serving Greater Wilmington, Delaware.  

Greg and his team of expert Sherpas provide support, guidance, and planning for all business IT infrastructures.

Greg has a B.A. in communications from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park Campus.  Greg is active in the community serving his 5th term as President of the Technology Forum of Delaware, Treasurer of and former board member of the Delaware State Chamber Small business Alliance.  

In 2009, Greg was honored Entrepreneur of the Year from the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce as well as the Delaware Valley Entrepreneur Award.  In 2006 and 2009, Greg received the Superstars in Business Excellence Award from the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.  

Greg currently lives in Chadds Ford, PA with his wife and two kids and enjoys outside activities like running, skiing and motorcycling.
Kathleen McNamara, Secretary
Ms. McNamara has been Event Chair for the KINfolk Annual Wine Tasting & Art Auction held in Sussex County since 2006.  Ms. McNamara worked as an Administrator for Grotto Pizza for nineteen years. 

Before moving to Delaware in 1989 she was a Freelance Commercial Artist in New England for fourteen years. While living in Vermont, Ms. McNamara was Owner-Operator of "TeeTime Inc.", (a Wholesale/Retail Silk Screening business), Editor of "The Crackerbarrel" (a quarterly resort newspaper) and Editor of "Keeshond Review" (a quarterly magazine on Champion Keeshond Show Dogs distributed internationally). While living in Pennsylvania, before moving to Vermont, Ms. McNamara worked for Wilton Armetale in their custom design department and also did a line drawing Catalog for Wilton’s product line. Before working for Wilton Armetale she worked as a technical illustrator for Therm-Air.
Board of Directors - Members
Lorraine Brady, Family Advocate
Ms. Brady and her family have benefitted from the use of KINfolk laptops many times over the course of her son's treatment at A.I. du Pont Hospital for Children. Lorraine provides guidance and counsel to KINfolk from her unique perspective as a client and the mother of a client. Lorraine's guidance has also been tapped as a member of the hospital's Family Advisory Board. Lorraine, husband Bob and their three children live in Mickleton, New Jersey. 
Donald Hobson
Mr. Hobson is a graduate of the University of Virginia with degrees in Mechanical Engineering in 1965, and Graduate Business (MBA) in 1970. During his career Don worked for IBM, Burlington Industries, and retired from AstraZeneca in 2000. He and his wife, Grace, moved to Delaware in 1973 to work for ICI Americas. They have two children, Kirsten and Byron, and two grand children, Jacob and Matthew. Mr. Hobson is a volunteer at the A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, is the Board Chairman and Accountant of the PMD Foundation, is a Board Member of Triad, is a Board Member and Treasurer of the Delaware Ecumenical Council for Children and Families, and an active member of Immanuel Church, Highlands singing in the choir, serving as a Eucharistic Minister/Lay Reader and has served as member and Senior Warden of the Vestry. He created and manages several websites including: Immanuel Church, and the Episcopal Diocese Camp Arrowhead. 

Don enjoys: their children and grandchildren, taking walks with his wife, camping, photography, keeping up with computer technology and playing a rare round of golf.
Lee Lucas, Social Worker, Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children 
Ms. Lucas has been a social worker for 16 years and has spent the last 12 years at A.I. duPont Hospital for Children where her focus is pediatric rehabilitation. She is active with the American Cancer Society in Delaware and Pennsylvania. She is also on the patient care services committee of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.
Ron Martin, Senior Director, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals
Mr. Martin is Senior Director, Commercial Delivery, Management & Leadership with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals Company, Wilmington, Delaware. He is responsible for the development of the professional leadership, marketing, managed markets and strategic talents of company employees and also oversees the development of new programs, processes, and initiatives to keep the employees of the $27 billion global giant focused on achieving corporate goals. He is a graduate of the University of Findlay, Findlay, OH (B.A., Business Administration) and has his M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix.

Mr. Martin is also the founder of the East Coast Elite Delaware Panthers Basketball Club for boys and girls ages 8 to 17 intended to "instruct, develop, and prepare our children for real-life challenges after basketball through academic and educational experiences as well as competitive basketball." ECE DE's ICE ("Individual Character Enhancement") Academy offers mandatory programs for the basketball players that emphasize the development of good interpersonal skills and study habits. The academy emphasizes positive reinforcement and repetitive consistency on and off the court.
Marc Pelletier, M&T Bank
Marc Pelletier works at M&T Bank as a Middle Market Banker. 

He is responsible for not-for-profit organizations and commercial business clients located in Delaware and the greater Philadelphia region. 

He has served on numerous boards including the West End Neighborhood House and the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art. 

He resides in Kennett Square with his wife, Kim, and two boys, Reagan and Morgan. 
Wendy Watters, Senior Vice President, Citibank 
Ms. Watters began her career as a credit analyst. With 17 years banking experience, Wendy is currently Senior Vice President of Citibank in Chicago, serving as Portfolio Manager for the Structuring Lending Group covering Citibank's Global Wealth Management clients in the central, southern and eastern regions. Wendy received her bachelor's degree from Purdue University and her master's in finance from Indiana University. Ms. Watters other community involvement includes being a volunteer at the Tree House Animal Shelter in Chicago and for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Her other pursuits include reading, cooking, traveling, biking and yoga. Ms. Watters was raised in Hobart, Indiana and currently resides in Chicago, Illinois.
Jeff Weiner
Mr. Weiner is Partner of Fox Rothschild LLP, a law firm in Wilmington, DE. Previously Jeff was Officer and Director of The Law Offices of Jeffrey M. Weiner, Esq., P.A. Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Mr. Weiner holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors from Syracuse University and received his Juris Doctorate degree with Honors from Boston College School of Law. He served as Deputy Attorney General, Criminal Division, State Prosecutor and Shareholder/Officer/Director of Bayard, Brill & Handelman and Bayard, Handelman & Murdoch.