Meet The Board
Mary Frieling graduated from Business College in 1983 and went on to work in corporate America for many years. During this time, she volunteered with local children charities and met many families in need and so realizing how many children in the Phoenix area were living in poverty, she wanted to do more. Hence, Phoenix Children's Project was created. Mary is actively involved with the children and the day-to-day operations of Phoenix Children's Project and serves as President of the Board.
Sharon Moyer has been a board member and volunteer at Phoenix Children's Project for many years.
She is an attorney practicing at the law firm of Sacks Tierney in Scottsdale. She focuses her practice on employment law and probate litigation.
Kelly Hundelt has lived in AZ since she was 7 years old. She graduated from ASU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate and has been selling homes in metropolitan Phoenix for over 30 years. She has been married to her husband, Oliver, for 22 years and has 2 teenage children. Kelly and her family have been active with Phx Children's Project for over a decade. She was invited to join the PCP Board of Directors in 2017. Her hobbies include reading, helping homeless cats, and watching her kids' sporting events.
Jim Gill is VP of Risk Management for the Arizona division of a fortune 500 company. He is also on the board of directors of two insurance industry organizations: the Arizona’s Workers Compensation Claims Association (AWCCA) and The Arizona Self Insurers Association (ASIA).
Jim volunteers as an emcee for fundraisers that benefit Phoenix Children’s Project and moonlights as an emcee for various musical productions in and around the Phoenix area.
He holds a Bachelors of Science degree from ASU and is the proud father of two beautiful daughters.
Kay Grimmett moved to Arizona in 1958. She attended Maryvale High School and Glendale Community College.
Kay began a 40-year banking career in November of 1973, retiring from Wells Fargo Bank in June 2013.
Kay’s has been a part of Phoenix Children’s Project and a Board Member for close to 10 years.
Kay currently resides in Glendale, Arizona.
Robert Wagner is a retired executive born in Wisconsin who moved to Arizona as a child. He comes from a large family with 8 other siblings so he realized at a young age how important it was to work. He worked 6 to 7 days a week his entire life.
Robert has always felt it important to help the less fortunate. He is a main contributor to Jerry's Club which is a large orphanage-type facility in Mexico that serve 600 impoverished children a day. Robert Wagner has sat on many other nonprofit Boards including St. Mary's Food Bank.