Caleb Wygant has served as President on the Project Hope Board of Directors since 2017. He currently works as a Material Handler for Flex-N-Gate Corporation. He also works as a pizza maker at his dad’s local pizza shop. Since 2010, Caleb has worked with Project Hope going on several mission trips. He loves helping with fundraising events throughout the year including the Auction, Balloon Festival, and the Prado Benefit Concert. He is recently married and lives in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Tim Stob has been on the Project Hope’s board since 2017. For the last 8 years Tim has worked for Hi-Tech Dairy Supply as an office manager and has recently moved into a sales role. Hi-Tech Dairy Supply installs and services milking equipment and provides solutions for dairy farms. Prior to this, he worked in public accounting for 13 years. He met his wife Tiffany when they were students at Grand Valley State University through the Campus Ministry program. Tim and Tiffany have two children who are both from Colombia.
Rick Weesner has served as the treasurer on the Board of Directors since its founding. He has served as the pastor of Garrison Hills Wesleyan Church for over 30 years. Rick was also a founding member of the Calhoun Christian School in Battle Creek, Michigan, and served as treasurer for over 6 years. Rick has four daughters and ten grandchildren.
Randin Bernosky has been on the Board of Directors since 2021. He currently works for Delta Airlines and has worked for several other major corporations throughout his career including IBM, GTE, and AT&T. He has degrees in Business, Computer Information Systems, and Broadcast Meteorology. Along with his work with Project Hope, Randin has served as a Big Brother in the Big Brothers program and additionally taught Sunday School for 10 years. His enjoys bike riding, running, and playing the bass in his church choir. He is married, has three children, and currently lives in Tampa, Florida.
Pamela Freds was brought up in a church atmosphere with her grandmother’s love for our Lord and Savior. She has been a board member for Project Hope since 2017, where she has enjoyed helping out at the Project Hope Auction as well as the Balloon Festival. She has worked for Dickman Road Veterinary Clinic for the past 19 years and enjoys rescuing pets.
Wendy Gensch grew up in a small town where she was encouraged and influenced everyday by her family, teachers, coaches, and other friends from the community and church. Wendy experienced the love of Jesus from a young age, and now she enjoys being on the Project Hope Board – working to share the love of Jesus with children and families in Colombia! Wendy enjoys being a wife and mom, singing with the praise team, and working as a Juvenile Court Referee.
Glenn Moyer has been on the Project Hope Board since 2017. He and his wife have lived in Bogota, Colombia for the last 25 years. They are involved at the English speaking school, El Camino Academy in north Bogota. Glenn has served as middle school principal of the school and teaches science in grades 7 and 8. For many years he has attended church in the neighborhood of one of Project Hope’s Community Center projects.