Dr. Kelsey Laird, Lead Researcher on Mission & Causes
Kelsey received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Vanderbilt University in 2017. Kelsey is passionate about applying rigorous scientific evidence to altruistic behavior and strives to apply the principles of effective altruism in both her professional and personal life. She leads research on the effectiveness of our mission and on evaluating our charity partners.
Avi Loren Fox, Business & Social Impact
Avi is the Founder & CEO of an affordable luxury fashion start-up. A results-driven businesswoman, Avi has a clear vision for building values, resilience, and profitability in business processes. Avi is also a TEDx Speaker, a Tory Burch Foundation loan recipient, and a Starting Bloc Social Innovation Fellow. She works directly with Teddy on planning and strategizing the ethics and effectiveness of LoveHumanity.com's business model.
Randi Seiff, Business Model & Branding Advisor
Randi specializes in design, branding product development for apparel and accessories, and consults with LoveHumanity.com on fashion and styling. She has worked with - Cockpit USA, Perry Ellis, Izod, Lacoste, Fila, Soma, White House Black Market, Kawasaki Jet Ski, Nautilus, Pendleton, FIT, and more. Her work has been featured in InStyle, Glamour, GQ, Men’s Fitness, O - The Oprah Magazine, Men’s Journal, and more. Randi is a member of Project Mentor and is always looking for ways to be a vehicle for change that helps people, communities and the planet.
Colleen Mullen, Public Relations with Charity Partners
Colleen A. Mullen is currently the Accessibility Programs Manager for TDF, where she coordinates open captioning and audio description for on and off-Broadway productions. As well as, managing five Autism Friendly Performances on Broadway each year. Her passion for service was cultivated at Villanova University where she earned a graduate certificate in Advertising and Media Production. She currently sits on the Junior Board of the Urban Resource Institute - a New York City nonprofit that offers services for survivors of domestic violence, homelessness, and adults who have been diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities.