Fr. Jean Bosco
Fr. Jean Bosco, a priest of the order of Camboni Missionaries, is leading our  project to plan, fund and construct St. Antoine’s School. When Fr. Jean’s family was killed in the genocide in 1994, he turned the empty family home into an orphanage where the students grew up before coming to Ohio. He is our “boots on the ground” in Rwanda, and is experienced in building schools.
meet FR. JEAN
These respected thought leaders guide our organization forward by sharing their expertise, compassion and commitment to helping others.
Debbie Kukurza
 B.S. Education, Bowling
Green State University
 M.A. Ministry,
Ursuline College

Mary Lynn Silvestro
Vice President
 B.S.N., St. Mary College

Dan Conway
 B.S. Accounting,
Case Western
Reserve University

Benjamin Buehner

B.S. Education, University of Dayton

Medical Device Sales Territory Manager

Beth Davis
B.S. Education,
Indiana University
 M.S. Education,
Indiana University

Pete Chojnacki
 B.S. Business,
Indiana University
 MBA, University of
Notre Dame

Tom Carroll
– B.A., Maryland Institute
College of Art

Hyacinthe Mutuyubutatu
– B.A.,

Father Mike Ausperk

B.A., Borromeo College of Ohio

M.Div., St. Mary Seminary

Janis Meyer
B.S., United States Military Academy, West Point
M.S.Business Administration, Boston University

Connie Smith
B.S. English Education, Kent State University
M.S.Ed., Ashland University
Doctor of Education, Capella University

Alyse Blackburn
B.A. International Studies – Relations and Diplomacy, Ohio State University
M.S. Business Administration, University of Colorado, Denver

Sister Helen Weiss, SSJSM
B.S. Education, St. John College
M. Ed., Wayne State University
Ed. Admin Leadership, Kent State University
Education Specialist EDA