Kids Feeling Fit Foundation
(KFFF) seeks to enrich and improve the quality of life by providing services and education for children and young adults, and by offering assistance to organizations meeting special community needs.
KFFF is devoted to making society aware of the positive impact fitness and confidence has on individuals and the community. By creating nurturing environments, young people can be guided to overcome physical and/or emotional limitations and grow into confident, capable, and caring adults.
KFFF is a federally recognized 501(c)3 charitable corporation. Your donation is fully tax deductible. A copy of the current financial statement of The Kids Feeling Fit Foundation is available by writing to 11140 Rockville Pike, Suite 100, No. 163, Rockville, MD 20852 or by calling 240-430-0834.
Virginia Wolf is a founding member of the Kids Feeling Fit Foundation (KFFF) and has served in several leadership positions with the organization. She holds a BS in Education from Illinois State University and an MS in Community Development from the University of Missouri. Virginia was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines and served as Peace Corps staff in Ghana, the Eastern Caribbean and was selected to be the first Peace Corps Director in the Kyrgyz Republic. Currently Virginia works for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agriculture Service where she overseas international agricultural capacity building projects worldwide.
Richard Saltzman graduated from Kent State University with a BA in Conflict Resolution, and owns a small business in Montgomery County. Mr. Saltzman and his family are proud members of B’nai Israel Congregation for over 15 years. He has served as Vice President of Membership of B’nai Israel Congregation as well as chairman of the World Wide Wrap for B’nai Israel for 2004 and 2005 and as co-chair of the Annual Golf Outing from 2004 to 2007. He is currently on several committees at Bnai. Richard has been on the Board of Governors since 2003. He is also member of the B’nai Israel Men’s club and plays on their softball team. In addition he is very active on various committees at the Mclean School of Maryland where his children attended. Mr. Saltzman is a founding member of KFFF and has served in several leadership positions on the Board of Directors.
Nandi Jones-Clement has over 15 years of experience collaborating with leaders in various industries including health, human services and staffing. She holds a B.A. in Political Science, from Lincoln University, an MBA from North Central University and has completed graduate studies in Counseling Psychology at the University of Maryland. Her leadership and insight have been instrumental in ensuring financial growth for her employer, her clients and the organizations for which she volunteers. Mrs. Jones-Clement is dedicated to improving outcomes in the lives of under-served children. For this reason, she is an active member of the boards of four non-profits that focus on the well being of children. Mrs. Jones-Clement is married and has two sons, both of whom have special needs.
Robin Sadja Feldman is a founding member of KFFF and has served in several leadership positions on the Board of Directors. Ms. Feldman graduated from the George Washington University with a BS in Zoology and obtained her MBA from the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Ms. Feldman is a seasoned research analyst / database project manager in the field of life sciences, with a strong background in the acquisition, analysis, and database management of scientific, business, and regulatory information for scientific literature reviews and peer-reviewed publications. Currently, she serves as an Information Specialist at the Emmes Corporation and supports the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Common Data Elements (CDE) database. When not working she enjoys baking, running, and teaching Taekwondo Little Dragon classes.
Myra Aileen Dorsey graduated from Towson University with a BS in Business Management and obtained her MBA at University of Baltimore with a concentration in Human Resources Management. In 2010 Ms. Dorsey transitioned from the corporate world and pursued a career in the wellness industry. Now as she dives deep into entrepreneurship, Ms. Dorsey owns three businesses (wellness, human resources and entertainment industries.) She is very entrenched with networking and building relationships. Ms. Dorsey decided to join Kids Feeling Fit Foundation board of directors because she believes in the efforts of the organization and feels she could be a valuable asset in helping to achieve the mission and goals set forth for the foundation.