Boys & Girls Aid

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Meet Our Team

Meet Our Development Team

You’re interested in supporting Boys & Girls Aid. We’re interested in supporting you. The Boys & Girls Aid development team is here to be a resource as you discover more about the agency and our programs. We encourage you to contact us directly and invite you to schedule a visit to tour our offices or other program facilities.

Christina Diss Christina Diss

Christina Diss

Director of Major and Annual Gifts

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  • 503.542.2345

Christina works with major and annual investors as well as the Emeritus Board and members of the Beach Legacy Society. Her past experiences include development work in higher education and national nonprofits serving children. Christina holds a master’s degree in nonprofit studies from Arizona State University and bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and journalism from the University of Oregon. Christina has been with Boys & Girls Aid since 2013.

Ryan Imondi Ryan Imondi

Ryan Imondi

Director of Communications & Marketing

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  • 503.542.2321

Ryan manages and oversees communications and media relations for Boys & Girls Aid. Among other responsibilities, he is in charge of the agency’s social media, newsletters and website. Ryan also manages and oversees private foundation funding in a grant writing capacity. His past professional experience includes print and web journalism for newspapers and magazines throughout Oregon. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications with an emphasis in news editorial and magazine from the University of Oregon. Ryan has been with Boys & Girls Aid since 2013.

Maddy Abulencia Maddy Abulencia

Maddy Abulencia

Development Officer

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  • 503.542.2305

Maddy plays an integral role in fundraising efforts at Boys & Girls Aid, overseeing the Investor Thank You Program, the online giving program and live auctions of our major special events. Maddy also works with and stewards many of our adoptive families as well as auxiliary members. She holds bachelor’s degrees in international affairs and in economics from Lewis & Clark College. Maddy has been with Boys & Girls Aid since 2009.

Megan Hunter Megan Hunter

Megan Hunter

Office Coordinator and Gifts Processor

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  • 503.542.2327

Megan provides administrative support to the President & CEO and Vice President of Development of Boys & Girls Aid, along with managing the Agency’s donor database, Raisers Edge. Her past experience includes administrative, public relations and marketing roles for accounting, technology and promotional companies. Megan holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in public relations from Southern Oregon University. Megan has been with Boys & Girls Aid since 2010.

Sasha Travaglio Sasha Travaglio

Sasha Travaglio

Recruitment Coordinator

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  • 503.542.2312

Sasha is responsible for building a strong, supportive community of foster care providers for the youth in Boys & Girls Aid’s programs. She works with both individuals who want to become foster parents and community partners interested in supporting Boys & Girls Aid’s foster care programs. Her past experience includes academic case management to foster youth in Los Angeles County schools and marketing and event coordination for a small historic museum in Los Angeles. Sasha holds a bachelor’s degree in business from California State University Dominguez Hills. She has been with Boys & Girls Aid since 2013.

Kimberly Espinoza Kimberly Espinoza

Kimberly Espinoza

Community Partnership Coordinator

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  • 503.267.2858

Kimberly cultivates relationships with community partners. Her efforts provide expectant women access to resources that allow them to make informed decisions about their futures. She also coordinates pregnancy options media projects and networks the agency’s social media with community partners online. Past experience includes building relationships with higher education campuses and professional sports teams, developing communications for public education institutions and managing corporate sponsors. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations from the University of Oregon. Kimberly has been with Boys & Girls Aid since 2014.