Meet Our Board
Crystal is a chiropractic assistant at Innate Chiropractic in Newburgh, NY. She previously managed the Accounts Payable department for a large corporation and also has a background in licensed childcare including owning and operating a small day care center. She serves as the Sunday School Director at her church. In addition to Board President, Crystal also plays a significant role in fundraising and outreach.
Marjorie has a strong background in residential programs for people with developmental disabilities and is currently employed as a Residential Site Supervisor at Access: Support for Living in Middletown, NY. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in social work. Marjorie previously worked as a case manager at a home for pregnant teens. Her board involvement includes policy review and development.
Pete cares deeply about providing alternatives for women facing unplanned pregnancies and seeks to further the pro-life cause through “education, guidance and support that is built on a foundation of love and caring through Jesus Christ.” Pete served over 20 years in the US Air Force and currently works as a tech support analyst, giving him a solid foundation in organizational management. He is active in the leadership and other ministries of Bread of Life Assembly of God in Bullville.
Gary is recently retired from the Columbia County Department of Human Services where he served as the Director of Information Management. A member of King’s Fire Church in Lake Katrine, Gary serves on the pastoral team and is also active in Tres Dias and Kairos ministries, as well as Special Olympics. In his words, “doing whatever I can to eradicate the stain of abortion is one of the driving goals of my life”. Gary is excited to be part of the leadership of Faith House, to play a role in assisting young women in making life-affirming and empowering choices.
Karen's heart is for young mothers and single parents. She has a deep concern for young women in an unplanned pregnancy who do not have the preparation, supports or resources to successfully parent, and has felt called to serve these women for many years. With a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration and a Master of Science in Public Health, Karen recently retired after working 30 years in the child welfare system in foster care, adoption and child protective services. Karen has four children and four grandchildren, and attends Family Church in Middletown.