Laura Dennison, Board President
Laura Dennison is a Doctor of Audiology and President of Audiology Associates of Georgia. She has been involved with Outreach360 since 1996 and has been on the board since 1998. Because of her work with Outreach360 she founded Hearts for Hearing which provides hearing aids for people without resources in the Dominican Republic. She is also Past Chair of the National Board for Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences and is on the board of the Aurora Theatre. She is also past President of the Duluth Rotary Club. She has been married to Wendell since 1977 and has two grown children, Will and Katy.
Tom Eklund – Corporate President/Executive Director
Tom lives in Glendale, AZ, and manages the Outreach360 program his home. Tom has an industrial engineering degree from Arizona State. Prior to founding Outreach360 (formerly Orphanage Outreach), Tom worked for IBM in engineering and sales
George went on his first mission to the Dominican Republic in 1997 in the early years of Orphanage Outreach. Over the next several years he returned frequently, joining the Board in 1999. To date all of his mission work has been to the DR but he is looking forward to Nicaragua in 2012.
George is presently an independent software designer, real estate broker, real estate instructor, and owns a small amusement vending route (pool tables, jukeboxes, pinball, etc.). It is accurate to say that he likes to be involved in a lot of things all at once. He and his wife Jennifer live in Tucson, AZ where they divide their time between work and community service, with time also devoted to travel and for George, building an airplane in his garage. George can be reached through http://www.georgejenson.com
Nancy Toolan, Board Secretary/Treasurer
Nancy Toolan has been involved with Outreach360 since 1996 when she went on her first trip to Monte Cristi. Since that time, she has participated in over 10 mission trips to Monte Cristi including being a team leader in the spring of 2011. She also participated in the first mission trip to Jinotega, Nicaragua in July 2010.
Nancy retired in 2007 after a 28 year career with the Federal government. She began her career with the Government Accountability Office in Atlanta then transferred to the US Agency for International Development’s Office of the Inspector General in 2001. Nancy spent the last 5 years prior to her retirement as the Regional Inspector General in Dakar, Senegal, evaluating and reviewing various government projects in West Africa. She now lives in Orlando, Florida.