Fit Kids Champs
Join Fit Kids Champs, our community group of supporters, and help provide structured physical activity programs for underserved children to build the foundation for a healthy, active life. Fit Kids Champs aims to educate its members about health, nutrition, and fitness while raising awareness about Fit Kids.
Your minimum $250 donation covers expenses for one student at a Fit Kids Innovation Site in East Palo Alto for an entire year!
In addition to the great feeling that comes from contributing to youth fitness, you receive:
- Invitations to members-only events with experts in fitness, nutrition and youth development
- The opportunity to see Fit Kids in action at our Innovation Sites
- Access to our child-driven community service program (i.e., used sports equipment drives, fundraising, etc.)
For more information, please email Ashley Honerkamp, Director of Stewardship.
Fit Kids Champs Co-Presidents
Courtney Bianchi was born and raised in Michigan and graduated in 2000 from Vanderbilt University with a bachelor’s in Elementary Education and Child Development. She taught Elementary School from 2000–2006, including a stint at Phillips Brooks School. Courtney lives in Menlo Park, works as a fitness and yoga instructor, and has three daughters, who attend Las Lomitas/La Entrada schools.
Amelia Schultz grew up in Marin County and graduated in 2000 from Colby College, where she ran indoor & outdoor track and cross country. She worked in the development department at American Conservatory Theater running their fundraising special events before leaving to pursue a masters in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University. She currently lives in Menlo Park with her husband, Jason Werlin, and two daughters, who attend Phillips Brooks School.
FIT KIDS CHAMPS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Cindy Dodd is from Washington, DC and graduated with a degree in computer science from Stanford University and a MBA from Kellogg School of Management. Cindy spent over a decade working with start-ups and big tech in engineering and product management. She enjoys playing tennis, basketball and volleyball; and lives in Los Altos Hills with her husband, Robert, and their two boys.
Lisa Fenton lives in Atherton with her husband and three children. Prior to devoting her time to family, Lisa spent ten years in Public Relations primarily in B2B and Consumer Tech for firms in New York and the Bay Area. She has a BA in Journalism from Gonzaga University. Lisa is an active and valued community volunteer as well as an avid runner and sports enthusiast.
Kim Mozart was born and raised in Southern California and graduated in 2005 from the University of Southern California. She moved up to the Bay Area in 2009 and now resides in Menlo Park with her husband Forrest, daughter and baby boy. She is actively involved with the Juvenile Diabetes “Tee to Table” fundraiser event held annually at the Ritz in Half-moon Bay.
Jennifer Polly grew up in Virginia and attended the University of Virginia, graduating in 1996. She worked in Advertising in San Francisco before moving to Woodside with her husband and four children, and enjoys getting outdoors to snowboard, hike or camp.
Emily Waldorf holds a BA in Art History and French from Scripps College and an MA in French from Middlebury College. While her professional background is in the art world, Emily’s most recent focus has been as a community volunteer. Emily serves on the Board of Directors of Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School, where she chairs the Development Committee. Emily also serves on the Board of Directors of the Ambassadors for Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. She and her husband Greg Waldorf have three children. Emily is an avid equestrian and also enjoys hiking with her family and their Bernese Mountain dog.