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Meet Melanie | Director of Operations

Tiny Sparrow Foundation is happy to welcome Melanie Richeson as its Director of Operations to the Board of Directors. In her role Melanie will lead initiatives in technology and business solutions to support the foundation’s daily operational efficiency. “I’m excited to be joining the Tiny Sparrow Foundation team and to support their mission, which frames […]

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Meet Angela | Creative Director

We are excited to announce Angela Weedon has joined the Board of Directors for Tiny Sparrow Foundation. Angela will be assisting the Foundation as its Creative Director. Angela Weedon and her husband Matt have run a successful Dallas-based portrait studio, Weedon Photography, for over twelve years.  In their “former lives” they worked around the world […]

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Meet Dawn | Director of Family Relations

Tiny Sparrow Foundation is happy to welcome Dawn Sargent as its Director of Family Relations to the  Board of Directors, in her role Dawn will oversee family intake, and the coordination of the {Picture of Hope} sessions. “From the moment I came to learn and truly understand the gift in Tiny Sparrow Foundation,  I knew […]

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Lidia | Founder and Executive Director

I once read a quote that said, “Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, and faithfulness the best relationship.”  My personal journey mirrors this belief.  In what was a difficult couple of years in my life soon became the footprint of what has become Oh So Posh Photography and Tiny Sparrow Foundation. My […]

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Mary Beth | Communications Director

As we move along and get more people involved in our organization we would like to introduce them to you so you can see the faces behind Tiny Sparrow Foundation. This week we would like to introduce Mary Beth Thomsen, our Communications Director. Mary Beth is the voice of our organization and will do most […]

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