Steve Lawrence, DrPH, MBA, MPH
Dr. Lawrence holds both doctorate and master’s degrees in Public Health from the University of Texas School of Public Health with a focus on community health. He also holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Denver. In addition to extensive experience in public health education curriculum development, program development and teaching, he has international business experience leading, managing and improving a variety of organizations around the world. He has the care and compassion to approach child well-being as a mission but the business acumen to ensure the successful development and growth of core organization strategies and plans. His belief that all children, regardless of their origin or circumstances, deserve to be respected, nurtured and protected is a driving force in everything we do at ChildBuilders every day.
Amanda Siroosian, MPH
Amanda Siroosian received her Master of Public Health degree in Health Behavior and Health Promotion from Ohio State University. She has held several management positions with various non-profit agencies where she provided leadership and supervision for staff and volunteers and created, implemented and evaluated school, church, medical, and community-based programs.
Priscilla Bagley grew up in Guatemala where working with children in local schools and churches started her on a path to serving children as a career. She received her Master of Education from Houston Baptist University and taught Kindergarten for 7 years. After teaching, she worked as a Director of Children’s Ministry at a Methodist church and loved writing and designing curriculum and worship experiences for children and families. Priscilla joined ChildBuilders in 2014 and continues to serve children in the Houston area as part of the team.