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AIT's Board
of Directors

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Lori Woodley, MS

President / Founder AIT

 

Counselor, Trainer, Author

 

After 25 years as a school counselor, Lori loves that the work of All It Takes is sustainable and has both immediate and lasting positive impact.

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Paul Menes

Chairman of the Board

Attorney

Los Angeles, CA

 

Paul is in awe of the positive transformations he has seen All It Takes make in its young participants. The compassion and emotional maturity they learn are tools to improve their lives and the lives of those around them.

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Wendy Compton

Treasurer of the Board

 

Volunteer in Accounting, Social Media AIT

 

Partner/Manager

ROC software, Red 21 and Realistic, Austin, TX

 

Wendy is grateful that All It Takes provides the scaffolding that give individuals the opportunity and tools to continue moving themselves up.

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Cortney Montgomery

Secretary of the Board

 

Director of Clinical Nutrition 

Keck Medical Center of USC

 

Cortney is empowered by the fact that All It Takes chooses to live in a place of conscience compassion for others.

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Sarah Bernson

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Jules Ho

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Alejandra Valencia

is a Project Manager with Idea Engineering and has been working with youth, education, and behavioral health programs in providing support for young people and communities in reducing stigma and increasing health equity education for marginalized populations.

She is big champion in providing access to elevate young people and their overall wellbeing.

 

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Dave Langendorff

Irrigation Consultant

Simi Valley, CA

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Karin Gornick

Social Impact Film Producer

San Francisco, CA

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Tanner Woodley

Creative Director

All It Takes

Tanner appreciates that AIT gives every community the tools they need to address their own unique problems. Everyone has the ability to create their own paradise, and AIT gives people the tools, and more importantly, hope, that it's possible.

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