We are a small team of talented Individuals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion.
Ashley and Michael Osei-Bonsu
Chairman of the Board/ Liason with Ghana
Ashley has an unstoppable determination to accomplish the task at hand. She has 15 years of experience in household management and child care. This background is the propelling force behind her volunteering at the Cherubs Orphange in Kumasi, Ghana in 2013.
While in Ghana she recognized the need of the pregnant teens in the area. From this need emerged what is now Tender Hopes Crisis Center. While in Ghana she met her husband Michael Osei-Bonsu. He is passionate about helping the vulnerable and those in need. He focused that passion into spending 10 years working for the Cherubs Orphanage in Kumasi, Ghana. Without Michaels diligence and hard work, Tender Hopes Crisis Center would not be what it is today. Michael knows how to work hard and he is someone you want in your corner.
Heidi is driven by compassion and love for others. Because of this she received her license as a Massage Therapist in 1996 and has worked as a Healer and Massage Therapist for over 20 years. Heidi loves the people, language and culture of Ghana. She is the proud mother of 5 daughters and the proud grandma of 22 grandchildren.
Randy loves to serve others. He reaches out and serves where ever he sees a need. Randy received his bachelor degrees business and accounting and attended both Brigham Young University and Utah State University.
He spent 25 years working for FJ Management in various accounting positions and retired FJ Management in February 2019.
He is married to Heidi Allan and together they are the parents of five beautiful daughters and 20 active grandchildren.
Education Advisor Christy is native to Ghana Africa. She is a great asset to Tender Hopes Crisis Center. She understands the Ghanaian culture and its people. Christy has a teaching certificate and is certified to teach in Ghana and helps Tender Hopes by evaluating the educational needs of the teens in our program.