Annee von Borg, MSW, MPH A homeschooling parent of five committed to social and environmental justice, Annee is co-founder and Director of the organization. She received her BS in Human Service Studies from Cornell University, her Master of Social Work degree from Columbia University, and her Master of Public Health from Yale University. Annee also serves on the RFH Board of Directors. In her spare time, she maintains a family blog, Suburban Bike Ninjas: Carfree and Loving It! and a Carfree Family Facebook page.
Moses Solomon von Borg A social entrepreneur with over thirty years of experience providing strategic insight and tactical responsiveness to emerging, start-up and growth businesses in the non-profit, private and corporate sectors, Moses is co-founder and the behind the scenes driving force of Resources for Health. He holds a BS in business from Quinnipiac College in Connecticut. Moses also serves on the RFH Board of Directors.
James S. Sensenig, N.D. serves as an adviser and consultant on RFH programs, bringing the perspective of naturopathic medicine and the importance of balance of systems to our work. He is a graduate of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, where he later served as Dean of Education. Dr. Sensenig was the founding President of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Chairman of its Government Affairs Committee for a decade, the founding Dean of the College of Naturopathic Medicine at the University of Bridgeport, and a former member of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy.
Valerie C.M. Ching For nearly 20 years, Valerie has provided both tactical and strategic leadership to initiatives and organizations as a committed and passionate change agent. Her professional career has spanned both nonprofit and corporate sectors in a variety of industries. She has managed operations and program development for Cultural Access Consortium, a consulting firm that enabled cultural institutions to broaden their audiences and make their programming accessible to people with disabilities for clients such as Yale Repertory Theatre, Boston’s Museum of Science, and the Wang Center for Performing Arts, among others. She oversaw administrative functions of the Center for Workplace Learning and Performance at Harvard Medical School, and managed program development and operations for the Office of Diversity and Talent Management at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where she also designed and implemented learning and organizational development programs, provided leadership coaching, and led marketing initiatives to support diversity and inclusion goals and community engagement. A multi-talented individual, Valerie contributes to RFH as a nonprofit consultant, diversity consultant, and graphic designer. A graduate of Cornell University, Val helped found the Cornell Public Service Center, where she and Annee von Borg worked together with other students to establish the Community Partnership Board.