The Untours Foundation Board of Directors oversees all aspects of the Foundation’s work and ensures that the staff fulfills Untours Foundation’s mission.
Trisha Hall is a partner at Connolly Gallagher LLP in Wilmington, Delaware, where she specializes in trusts and estates. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, she is a published author and frequent speaker on issues and developments related to estate planning. In 2012 and 2013, Trisha was named one of the Society of Financial Services Professionals’ 40 Under 40!
Alix Rabin, founding board member, holds a B.A. in Linguistics from Temple University and has completed graduate course work at the University of Pennsylvania and New York University. She is an administrative principal and research analyst at Praxis Consulting Group, a founding B Corp and employee-owned organization-development consulting firm based in Philadelphia. She previously worked as a travel program administrator at Untours and has served on the board of the Untours Foundation since its founding.
Heather Van Dusen is a Senior Associate at B Lab, the nonprofit that certifies and supports B Corporations and that facilitates the passage of benefit corporation legislation. Heather has been a part of the B Lab team since its launch in 2007, and has held positions in the standards, policy, and business development arenas. Born and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs, she has worked with local environmental and community advocacy groups there such as PennEnvironment and CeaseFirePa. Ms. Van Dusen graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in religion from Amherst College.
Tyrone Glover holds a BA in Marketing and an International MBA from Temple University. He is the father of two girls and is based right in the Media area. He has 15 years of experience in supply chain planning for global companies across multiple industries. He’s also a serial entrepreneur, product developer and blogger. In addition to these activities, Tye works as a licensing agent helping other like-minded innovators bring their products & services to market.
Bill Wiedmann holds an engineering degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the University of Hawaii. He has worked for companies in manufacturing and design engineering as well as sales and management. He has worked throughout Asia for a global manufacturing company and also served as a consultant to small businesses with a focus on productivity and profitability improvement in the Pacific islands. Bill currently co-owns Kestrel Growth Brands, Inc., which imports/exports and markets branded high-end natural foods and ingredients to customers in the USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, and New Zealand. His company practices fair trade with vanilla farmers in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
Lisa Hunter-Mitchell is part of the executive management staff for the Burlington Coat Factory and has extensive knowledge in the areas of both marketing and strategy development. She is also active in the community as a Board member of Home of the Sparrow , an NGO that helps single women and single women with children or pregnant, receive housing, job training and support/ holistic services that address the core issues of homelessness.
Lauren DeLuca holds a BA from Swarthmore College and a law degree from Villanova University. After completing law school, Lauren served as a law clerk for The Honorable Paul R. Wallace of the Superior Court of Delaware. During law school, Lauren was an Articles Editor for the Villanova Law Review and Co-President of the Women’s Law Caucus (2012-2013). She also served as a Certified Legal Intern at the Villanova Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic, where she represented the plaintiff in a workers’ compensation retaliation claim. Lauren is actively involved in pro bono work and serves as a volunteer attorney at the Face to Face Legal Center in Germantown, Pennsylvania.