Ann Kee has been working with World Villages for Children for 15 years. As a former teacher, she is proud to continue her work in the bettering of children’s lives. Ann has held various roles in communications and donor relations throughout her career, and currently manages our day-to-day operations. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters.
Donor Relations Manager
Janet Klotz has been working with World Villages for Children for 25 years. Janet provides support to our donors, our staff and our Board of Directors. From the very beginning, she developed a strong sense of devotion to the Sisters of Mary and their charity works. If you don’t believe us, just call her! In addition to answering donor questions, Janet enjoys gardening, reading, upcycling furniture, and spending time with her husband and two adult children.
Director of Outreach
Frances graduated from Ave Maria University in Florida and served as one of the first FOCUS Missionaries to the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Now in the role of Director of Outreach, Frances hopes to share the mission of the Sisters of Mary with the whole world. You can find Frances spending quality time with close friends, her Jane Austen-like-family of five girls, and 4-year old pup, Ria.
Director of Communications and Digital Marketing
Alex, originally from Connecticut, graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a creative writing degree. Upon graduation, she served two years as a FOCUS missionary, where a passion to continue to work for a meaningful mission was ignited. Her desire to serve the poor through writing and design led her to the beautiful works of World Villages for Children. She has a deep love for family, and sharing her faith through creativity. She also enjoys cooking, art, and making music.
Ivy received her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of New Haven. Since then she has worked with CPA firms getting experience needed in public accounting, now pursuing Not for Profit accounting. After being a treasurer for her church for almost 10 years while in Connecticut, Ivy has found a new home working for World Villages for Children in Maryland. Ivy enjoys playing in soccer leagues with her husband. Her greatest joys and treasures are her children.
Adam Rittermann is an Accountant for World Villages for Children with a broad range of experience in accounting, computer science, and marine biology. In 2017, he came to know World Villages for Children by pure chance and found an organization whose mission is truly worth working for. Adam lives with his wife and dog in Columbia, Maryland, where they enjoy spending time with family.