Wisdom of Life

Program Staff

Welcome LNFI Site Supervisors for the 2015-2016 School year!  They are   responsible for the management of our programs, supervision of staff and   volunteer mentors, and communication with parents, teachers, and school   administrators.  Below you will find a brief overview of these wonderful ladies.



Our Site Supervisor at Eastern Hills Elementary, Katrice Reed, is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. She is the  mother of two beautiful daughters and 2 amazing grandchildren. Katrice is educated in Child Development. She has worked for FWISD for over 10 years. Katrice is excited about LNFI touching the hearts of the students and  the community; sowing seeds of kindness.





Our Site Supervisor at J.P. Elder Middle School, Janice Park, was born in Seattle, WA. She received  her B.A. in Christian Education at Oral Roberts University and her Master of Divinity at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Janice has worked with children for over 10 years. She is passionate about educating children and assisting students become more confident in their school work.





Our Site Supervisor at Van Zandt-Guinn Elementary, Kathleen Griffin,  currently teaches Sunday School and  Wednesday Night classes to grades 1-5. This is Kathleen’s third year with LNFI; she has also gone on several trips to the orphanage, Casa Hogar M.A.M.i.  She  has a deep love for the hurting, a hope for children, and a desire to give them love & support.




Our Site Supervisor at I.M. Terrell  ES, China Tarvin,  is a native of Fort Worth. She is the loving mother of  a 10 year old son. China majored in General Education EC-6 with a concentration in ESL at Texas Tech University. She has worked with at-risk  students for 9 years in FWISD. China  is super excited about making a positive impact on the LNFI children for a second year! Tech University.  She has worked with at-risk students for 8 years in FWISD. China has a passion with working with kids.  She is super excited about the new endeavors that LNFI will bring!





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