OrphanWise Taps Anna Luzader to Serve on Board of Directors

CLEVELAND, Tenn. (May 9, 2022) – OrphanWise Inc., a charitable organization that equips adult caregivers to work with children who have experienced trauma, today announced the addition of Anna Luzader, editor at Edelman Korea and nonprofit founder, to serve on its board of directors.   Luzader brings more than a decade’s worth of fundraising strategy […]

OrphanWise Receives United Way Funding for Trauma-Trained Teams Initiative

CLEVELAND, Tenn. (July 20, 2021) – OrphanWise Inc., a charitable organization that equips adult caregivers to work with children who have experienced trauma, today announced its reception of grant funding from the United Way of the Ocoee Region. The $10,000 grant will allow OrphanWise to launch its Trauma-Trained Teams (TTT) initiative, which is designed to […]

OrphanWise Taps Local Experts for 2021 Board Expansion

CLEVELAND, Tenn. (January 27, 2021) – OrphanWise Inc., a nonprofit organization that equips adult caregivers to work with children who have experienced trauma, today announced the expansion of its board of directors. As Julie Tilley, LMFT, and Fred Trainer move into their roles on the board of directors, they will play a major role in […]

OrphanWise Secures 501(c)(3) Status to Expand Domestic and International Impact

CLEVELAND, Tenn. (August 20, 2020) – OrphanWise Inc., a charitable organization thatequips adult caregivers to work with children who have experienced trauma, today announcedits official recognition as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity. “As a young nonprofit, we’ve already accomplished so much,” said Katie Rinaudo, executivedirector of OrphanWise. “Attaining 501(c)(3) status serves as an affirmation of what […]

5 Questions with OrphanWise Board President Doug Pileri

Who is Doug Pileri? Doug: First – and most proudly – I’m the husband of Debby, my smart and supportive wife – and father to Claire, a pediatrician; Kristen, a television animator; and Nicole, a college student. But perhaps more relevant to this new assignment, I’ve been fortunate to have had more than thirty years […]