Founded in 2009, Blossoms of Guyana is a 100% volunteer based nonprofit organization chartered in the state of Maryland, USA. Our mission is to provide educational support to public schools and orphanages for children living in Guyana. We accomplish this by providing books, computers, school supplies, and scholarships to help children become self sufficient and realize their greatest potential
Blossoms of Guyana exists to help every child living in Guyana reach their full potential. It is why we were founded seven years ago and why we continue to work every day.
We know it takes the power of many to improve the lives of the children in Guyana. We work with volunteers and other organizations to increase our impact.
We will remain committed to our goal until every child in Guyana is able to succeed.
The Blossoms team works hard to ensure that every dollar is used wisely to accomplish the most good!
We help to educate children by focusing on good stewardship and transparency. For Blossoms of Guyana, our pledge is to be effective in our outreach to those in need by being good stewards of the funds entrusted to us.
Ms. Bollers joined Enterprise Community Loan Fund (ECLF) as a Senior Loan Officer in December 2016. Her current role involves working with partners to build a pipeline of projects in such asset classes as affordable housing, community facilities, and commercial developments with the primary goal of generating loan activity. Her primary responsibilities entail managing the due diligence, underwriting, and structuring of financing products and portfolios in the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and Ohio. Prior to joining ECLF, she served as a Portfolio Management Officer at Bank of America for over eight years. While at Bank of America she managed a portfolio of over 30 clients with revenues ranging from $50 million to $2 billion and underwrote deals averaging $20 to $150 million. Her primary focus was on not-for-profit clients, political organizations, unions and educational institutions for which she served as the Bank’s Southeast region’s subject matter expert. Ms. Bollers has served on several boards including Mentors of Minorities in Education and the Advisory Board for the University of Maryland Smith School of Business, Alumni Chapter Board. Ms. Bollers has a B.A. from Lincoln University, PA and a joint MBA/Master of Public Policy from the University of Maryland.
Jourdan Saunders, M.S., CCC-SLP is a leading innovator in the field of Speech Language Pathology. She has written over 20 articles for non-profit organizations, major magazines, and online resources. In addition, Jourdan has been featured in USA Gymnastics Technique Magazine and American Speech Language Hearing Association’s (ASHA) blog. Jourdan has presented her programs at The Kennedy Center, USA Gymnastics, and Association of University Centers on Disabilities conferences. She established one of the first resource websites for students interested in the field of Speech Language Pathology, Futureslps.com, which has received recognition worldwide. Recently, Jourdan started a company, Resource Connectx, LLC utilizing her Speech Language Pathology background, to develop innovative educational resources and programs, to redefine the norm in education.
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