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Jina O’Neill

Jina O’Neill’s true passion is for helping others! She is a young philanthropist and change agent. Jina earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish from Chatham University. Shortly after obtaining her degree, she relocated to Charlotte, NC and began her career in the finance industry with Vanguard. She also earned a Master of Science in Organization Development from the McColl School of Business at Queen’s University of Charlotte. While at Queen’s University, she had the opportunity to do organizational change consulting with reputable companies such as United Family Services, Great Harvest Bread Company and Habitat for Humanity. Jina operated a small business, Parties With a Cause (PWC), from 2011 to 2015. PWC was a philanthropic organization that partnered with local non-profits to raise awareness about their cause through event management, marketing, and fundraising. Jina has previously worked for charitable organizations such as Oakland Transportation Management Association, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Brooke USA Foundation. In her spare time, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Chatham University Alumni Association and is a member of PAWS, the Auxiliary Humane Society of Broward County.

Krissy Evans

Krissy Evans joined the FLP staff as our Donation Center Manager in February of 2020. Krissy brings a passion for helping others as well as enthusiasm for creating, organizing and planning to our team. She has served as the President of the West View Elementary PTA and has extensive experience in volunteering for organizations such as Safe Families, the Alzheimer’s Association and Therapy Dogs International. Krissy holds a degree in Gerontology from California University of PA, but her love of serving others is not limited to older adults. She is excited to join the Foster Love team and will use her passion for serving her community to support the mission and values of Foster Love Project. She lives in Ross Township with her husband, three children and several cute pets that fill her Instagram feed. You can reach her for questions about donations, shopping appointments or volunteer opportunities here

Elizabeth Baldoni

Elizabeth Baldoni joined our staff in September 2019. She currently serves as our Operations Manager. A Duquesne University graduate, Liz spent many years as an English teacher in a nearby urban district. In her role at Foster Love Project, Liz oversees a myriad of aspects in helping our programs run smoothly. She ensures we always have waiting inventory of goods, oversees community partnership drives and often goes to schools to talk with kids about how they can support kids in foster care. With a passion for literacy, you can expect Liz to remind you to take plenty of books before you leave the center! Ask her anything, if she doesn’t know the answer, she will do her best to find out! You can reach her here.

Kris Snow

Kris Snow joined Foster Love Project in September 2022 as a Center Assistant. In 2024, she transitioned to the role of Volunteer Coordinator where she coordinates the many wonderful volunteers who help FLP fulfill our mission. Kris brings her extensive experience with women, youth, and children’s groups from the church organization she attends. She loves to help others feel welcome, make new friends and recently completed her Bachelor of Science degree. Kris is a mom of three children who are all adopted. She is thrilled to be a part of the Foster Love Project team! She cares deeply for others. Kris looks forward to greeting those that enter Foster Love Project’s doors to assist and help them feel comfortable.

Heather Zambito

Heather Zambito joined Foster Love Project as a Center Assistant in October, 2022, after volunteering for several years with the Placement Bag Drive. In 2023, she took on the role of Program Coordinator who oversees inventory for our Center as well as assists with several of our programs. She has a Bachelor of Science in Communication, and has worked in radio announcing for several years. She is currently taking classes toward a second degree in Social Work. She has a wide range of volunteer experience with multiple non-profits, serves as a Youth Leader with her church, and sits on the Board of Directors for an overnight church camp. Heather was adopted as a toddler through the foster care system in West Virginia and brings her personal experience to help support kids in similar circumstances. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and four children, drinking coffee, binging sitcoms, and talking about pop culture.

Isabel Rozsa

Isabel Rozsa has long been an advocate and friend to those in need. She has worked as a caretaker for the elderly suffering from dementia, served countless people while living in Peru after graduating high school, and cared for children as a beloved nanny. During her studies, she developed a passion for other cultures and diversity from internship and volunteer opportunities abroad. Isabel holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish with a minor in teaching English to speakers of other languages. Recently, she has become a mother herself and loves this new phase of her life. Isabel is creative and truly enjoys interacting with others. She is very excited to be part of the FLP family and hopes to ensure that all who come to the FLP center have a positive experience.

Carrie VanDine

Carrie joined FLP in November 2023 and works as an office administrator. After a brief “retirement” of two weeks, Carrie returned to work, drawn to non-profit organizations supporting families and children. Before FLP, she worked in HR at Auberle and various major corporations including H&R Block, ADP, Paychex, and Strayer University, later managing HR at Cellone’s Bakery until 2018.

Carrie is dedicated to education, graduating from Seton Hill University in 1979 with a double major in English and Business. She later earned two Master’s degrees, one in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Adler University, and another in Business Administration with a Human Resources concentration from Strayer University.

She cherishes time with her 2 grandsons during weekly “Grammie” days filled with baking, crafting, reading, and playing with Disney Cars toys. Carrie is proud of her sons, Chris and Jon, and her niece Lucia, currently attending the University of Delaware. In her free time, Carrie enjoys reading, crafting, binge-watching mystery shows, and the occasional night at the casino.


Angela Damiano

Angela Damiano joined the Foster Love Project Family, taking on the role of Programs Coordinator in September, 2021. As an adult adoptee, Angela has a passion for working with young people within the foster and adoptive community. Angela served as a member of the development team at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG aquarium where she discovered her love for planning and organizing events. Angela holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Andre Scott, MSP

Andre is a native of Pittsburgh, PA. He attended Duquesne University and the University of Phoenix for his undergrad and graduate studies. As father of 4 children and community stakeholder, he has been involved in violence prevention efforts, local/state government, and served on various non-profit boards to increase community connections.
Andre is the Owner/Lead Mental Health Therapist of

Ablevision counseling and consulting services.

Ablevision was established in 2019 as an attempt to bridge the gap between necessary mental health services and the underserved populations of our area. Ablevision provides individual, family, couples, and group counseling and well as business and personal development. They aim to assist with improving the quality of life for those we are privileged to service.

Andre serves as one of our mental health therapists, providing support to our Teen Connections Group.

Carley Matusak

Carley joined Foster Love’s Teen Connections program as a mentor in January 2022. Her personal experience as an adoptee has fueled her passion for supporting initiatives and events associated with adoption and foster care. Having shared a similar upbringing, Carley empathizes with the children on a deep level, allowing her to connect with them in meaningful ways. Her ultimate goal is to instill a sense of pride in children who have been adopted or are currently in foster care. Outside of her philanthropic endeavors, Carley enjoys attending live music events, hosting cookouts, and going to the movies!
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