Bobbie Dyer is Division President of Dyer Mortgage Group. She has 24 years mortgage experience and has been a Nationwide Top Producer with over $500,000,000 in home mortgage loan closings. In addition she is a National speaker and the recipient of numerous awards for production, management, and volunteerism. Bobbie has lived in Brevard County, Florida since 1989 and served on dozens of charitable fundraising committees. Currently she is on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of the Space Coast, Kerosene Lamp Foundation, and Women’s Business Center at Florida Tech University; she is also actively serving on the Health First Foundation and Florida Tech Scott Center for Autism’s fundraising committee. Ms. Dyer can be reached at 321-537-6789 or www.bobbiedyer.com.
Brad Johnson, CEO, ClearLine Networks, LLC, became involved with KLF in the summer of 2009 when he and his boys, Jake and Gavin, were invited by Adonal to come to the Athletics and Academics Camps of St Vincent and The Grenadines. Brad’s involvement with “camps” goes back to his four summers volunteering at Camp Barakel in Northern Michigan as a lifeguard then a counselor. While at the University of Michigan, Brad worked two summers for the University of Michigan’s Summer Sports Camps, first as a counselor then as a coordinator. Brad, with his wife and two boys, lives outside Murfreesboro, TN.
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Clifford Ray has been part of KLF since our first camp in 2003 and before that as mentor to Adonal. A former NBA champion and coach, Cliff has won NBA Championships as both a player and a coach. He played for 10 years in the NBA with the Bulls and Warriors. Cliff has coached for Golden State Warriors, Orlando Magic, Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics. His name can be found throughout the Golden State record books, ranking among the Warriors’ all-time leaders in offensive rebounds (2nd, 1,372), defensive rebounds (2nd, 2,938), field goal percentage (5th, .537), blocked shots (6th, 465) and total rebounds (9th, 4,310). Cliff was a member of four 50-plus win teams and was named to the 1971-72 NBA All-Rookie Team. Cliff played at the University of Oklahoma, where he was a First Team All-Big Eight performer and led the conference in rebounding. He is a native of Union, S.C., and he has a son named Everett.
Shiyana Valentine-Williams has been involved in every aspect of the Kerosene Lamp Foundation from its conception. She has served on the Board of Directors since its establishment in 2005 and has actively participated in all KLF activities to date. She was formally named the Executive Director in October, 2008. Before KLF, she was the Country Manager in the Bahamas for the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative where her role was to assist the Ministry of Health with integrating HIV/AIDS care into primary healthcare services and strengthening their antiretroviral supply chain to ensure that patients received an uninterrupted supply of medication. Prior to the Clinton Foundation, Shiyana spent three years with the Development Marketplace team at the World Bank where her primary responsibility was to manage a global grant competition that funds innovative and early stage projects with potential for development impact. Shiyana received a BA in History and Peace Studies from Colgate University, and an MA in International Development from American University.