Naomi’s Village Kenya Team
Bob and Julie Mendonsa
Bob and Julie Mendonsa met in 1987 while attending Baylor University in Waco, TX. They graduated the next year, Bob with a B.S. in biology and Julie with a B.S. in secondary education.
Director of Administration
From 2004 to 2014, Oscar worked as the administrator at Bethany Kids, a medical ministry specializing in pediatric rehabilitative and corrective surgery, based in Kijabe Hospital.
Director of Healthcare, Baby Care, and Catering
Anne lives in Maai Mahiu, is married to Nathan and has two grown boys, Robert and Francis. After high school, she joined Kijabe School of Nursing where she earned her basic nursing certificate.
Director of Caregiving, Outreach, and Activities
Bonface was born in Naivasha, but raised in Kijabe, a missionary center at the top of the hill above Naomi’s Village. He completed high school in Kijabe, then moved to Narok where he worked in a clothing boutique.
Director of Social Work
Flo has been at Naomi's Village since January 2011. She started as a house mom, then became a house mom supervisor, and eventually a social worker for Naomi's Village. She says for such a time as this, God has called her to be one amongst the many destined helpers of the loving, adorable children.
Naomi’s Village U.S. Team
Megan was born and raised in McKinney, TX. After graduating from the University of North Texas, she moved up through management at a local Anthropologie store. There, she began to discover her passion for working with people, and gained skills in planning and coordinating.
Naomi’s Village Board of Directors
Lee McCluskey is an orthopaedic surgeon from Columbus, GA. He has served at Kijabe Hospital in Kenya through Samaritan’s Purse numerous times and, along with his wife Suzanne, have served and supported Naomi’s Village from its inception. “I have seen first-hand the redemptive work happening at Naomi’s Village and recognize how unique the vision is for these children in Kenya. I am thrilled to serve on the Board and participate in the great work God is doing there.”