Diana Dubois

Diana Dubois is a passionate supporter of Congo Restoration. As a marketing/communications professional, she contributes to organizational messaging, fundraising, print and digital communications, and developing our online presence. She has been a member of the Board of Directors for more than 10 years, and looks forward to traveling to the DRC to see the impact […]

Tracy Wallace

Tracy Wallace is a justice warrior—environmental, social, economic—who believes access and equity are the cures to poverty. Tracy brings critical nonprofit management expertise to the Congo Restoration Board of Directors. She is founder and Executive Director of Green Careers Dallas, a nonprofit dedicated to connecting hard-to-employ, low-income neighbors with living-wage employment as installers in the […]

Kristin Mallory

Kristin Mallory has a BA in psychology, an MS in family studies, and has spent her career supporting children, teenagers, and families. She is the Youth Minister at Greenland Hills United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas. Working with Congo Restoration helps keep Kristin and her wife Connie connected to their shared passion for Africa. Kristin […]

Clare Stein

Claire Stein describers herself as “a mother of two boys in college, a teacher of children with learning differences, and a person who still believes that world peace is possible.” But she knows that peace won’t happen on its own, and she considers her service to Congo Restoration as her contribution to the cause. As […]

Dawn McMullan

As Chair of the Congo Restoration Board of Directors, Dawn McMullan has led the U.S.-funding arm of the organization since 2008. In partnership with founder Gorethy Nabushosi, they have grown the organization’s reach from caring for 30 orphans, to empowering women, educating girls, and providing college scholarships to young adults. Dawn is a freelance writer/editor and mother to two […]

Gorethy Nabushoshi

Gorethy Nabushoshi fled the Congo on Sept. 23, 1997, followed by her husband Bona, and six children (ages 3 to 11 at the time) 20 months later. Her work as an attorney standing up for women’s rights put her family in danger in the DRC, so she had no choice but to leave. Gorethy and […]