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“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

—Frederick Douglass

For more information on how to become a mentor, donate to the program, or other ways to contribute, please contact the leadership team directly:

 

Steve Martin, Program Director: stevebtmva@yahoo.com

About the leadership team

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Steve Martin (Program Director and Mentor) went through the Reclaiming Your Teenage Fire (RTF) mentor training in 2002 and began working with the BTM chapter in Washington, DC shortly thereafter. In 2005, he began taking young men from Richmond with him to DC-based activities, and he began organizing BTM activities in Richmond in 2009. In 2010, BTMVA was officially incorporated and Steve Martin became the Executive Director. In the past 10 years, Steve has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the BTMVA program and to the young men it serves. He is dedicated to building a strong program that will benefit not only the boys, but also the community in which they live. In 2016, Steve assumed the newly created role of Program Director, which allows him to focus on growing the reach of the organization within the community and building strong mentors and Circles for the young men.

 

Dave Bolduc (Chairman of the Board, Development Coordinator, and Mentor) grew up in Lowell, MA where he attended Lowell Technological Institute (now UMass Lowell) and received a BS in Chemical Engineering. Dave went on to receive his MBA and has worked 35 years for Kimberly-Clark Corporation with positions in Operations, Logistics, and Engineering. Dave went through the RTF mentor training in 2007. In 2008, he co-founded the BTM New England chapter, serving as Executive Director and Treasurer from 2008 to 2010. Upon relocating to Richmond, he immediately became involved with BTMVA.

 

BTMVA Board Members

Debra Marklin (Secretary)

Administrative Assistant

Office of the Provost

Randolph-Macon College

 

John Marklin (Treasurer)

Owner

Bridgewater Foods and Island Foods Grocery Stores

 

S. William Carroll (Bill)

Vice President-Health Care Associates of

Virginia, Inc.

 

Barry Welsch

President (Retired)

Welsch Financial

 

John Saelens

SVP (Retired)

Fiserve Inc.

 

Ginny Joyner, M.Ed

Special Education Teacher

Tomahawk Creek Middle School

Chesterfield County Public Schools

Virginia Commonwealth University Field Liaison

 

Eric D Fox, PhD

Senior Director of Business Development

Velo Payments

 

Patrick Scherder

Senior Manager, Global Services

Tableau Software

 

 

BTM-USA National Program

This group provides oversight and support for the various BTM centers in the US and will be used as a model for International centers as well. BTMVA is well represented in BTM-USA as part of the Board of Directors & Program Committee. For more information on the BTM-USA organization, click here.  NOTE: There is no legal affiliation between BTMVA and BTM-USA, as BTMVA is its own separate 501(c)3 organization.

Contact Info:

Boys To Men Mentoring Network of Virginia is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Corporation | Tax ID #27-2354386

1107 West 42nd Street,

Richmond, VA 23225.

(804) 615-7823

For more information on how to become a mentor, donate to the program, or other ways to contribute, please contact:

Steve Martin, Program Director: stevebtmva@yahoo.com

Click Here to learn more about Girls To Women Program, coming soon to Richmond

Contact Info:

Boys To Men Mentoring Network of Virginia is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Corporation | Tax ID #27-2354386

1107 West 42nd Street,

Richmond, VA 23225.

(804) 615-7823

For more information on how to become a mentor, donate to the program, or other ways to contribute, please contact:

Steve Martin, Program Director: stevebtmva@yahoo.com

Click Here to learn more about Girls To Women Program, coming soon to Richmond