Our Team

Glen C. Gram
President

Glen is a recently retired Vice President at a major IT company. Prior to his current position, he worked for the Kroger company in a regional warehouse, and for the U.S. Air Force. He has served the Public Sector for more than 33 years, helping government organizations and churches to improve operations and their capacity to serve clients. Glen has a bachelor's degree in Management Accounting, and will be using his business experience to serve the mission of this organization. Duties will include networking with executives at non-profit organizations to help them understand how Didomi 7+ can help them reduce costs and serve their constituents better.

Bernadette Gram
Secretary

Bernie is a homemaker, mother of 6, and grandmother of 7. She has a heart for children and loves helping those in need find the help they need. Bernie has a bachelor's degree in Management Accounting and will serve as Secretary of the organization. She will be responsible for official minutes of meetings and other legal documents maintained for the organization.

Kaitlin M. Peterman
Treasurer

Kaitlin is a professional accountant at a national healthcare company. She has a bachelor's degree in Accounting. Her responsibilities will include overall accountability for the organizations' cash flow, financial reporting, compliance and annual close-out and reporting.

Christine R. Place
Grant Manager

Christine is a professional human resource associate at a national healthcare company. She has a bachelor's degree in social work, LSW and aPHR Certification. Prior to her current role, she worked for UPS as a trainer and HR Supervisor. Her responsibilities will include screening and recommending candidates for volunteer and paid positions. She will also be the lead editor for grant applications submitted on behalf of the Didomi 7+ organization.

Trevor A. Place
General Manager

Trevor has experience in insurance, as well as 3 years of leadership and shipping experience with UPS. He has a bachelor's degree in Economics. His responsibilities will be to manage the daily operations of receiving goods and preparing them for sale to nonprofit agencies. He will also oversee the point of sale activities, and operations of the local store.