Coordinators and Support Staff
Our coordinators are dedicated homeschooling mothers with a heart of servant leadership to volunteer
their time to plan and carry out educational opportunities for our members. It is expected of our members
to be respectful of the policies and procedures when registering for and attending Hope activities.
Carol OguriCarol has been married to Kanzo, for 15 years. She has
Yearbook and Special Events Coordinator
homeschooled their two daughters, Jessica (10th grade) and
Sarah (5th grade) for ten years.
Carol served on the school board for five years in a variety of areas
including the institution of the Emergency Operations Plan and
coordinating the school yearbook. She spent several years as a
family care-giver for her mother-in-law, and then her father-in-law,
while schooling her daughters, the youngest who has special needs.
Skate Day Co-coordinator
Cindy coordinates Hope's monthly skate day at Fountain Valley Skate Center.
Proceeds benefit Roy Hanson's Family Protection Ministries
American Heritage Girls
Laurie is an amazing woman of God who not only has years of scouting experience,
but a passion for mentoring young women in their Christian walk.
In addition serving on our founding AHG troop board last year, she served as our Troop Shepherd and leader of the Pioneer & Patriots Unit.
Children’s Ministry at her church is where she ministered for several years, having spent over 20 years working with youth through scouting, a missionary trip to Uganda, and founding the Faith Keepers program at Hope Christian Academy.
Laurie is focused on the children in her care and desires them to have a fulfilling, Godly experience in AHG. As a professional Registered Nurse, she is a responsible and caring woman, experienced in special needs, most notably Autism, ADHD and dyslexia. Because she relies on prayer and listens to God in all aspects of decision making, along with her character and integrity, we are excited to have her as our Troop Coordinator.
Tami Reese, RN
Tami is a highly skilled registered nurse with more than 18 years of practical experience in hospital, home health, and primary care environments. She worked as an expert in-home infusion patient support, including assessment, counseling, medication and treatment education, lab work, documentation with care plan for diagnosis, and administration of treatment procedures.
Tami currently works as the medical supervisor at Hope For Health Weight Loss Clinic, an extension of Hope Christian Academy, where she oversees clients with health concerns. She manages all the health records for students at Hope Christian Academy.
Brandon Grove and Ben Lozada