Carolyn Pool Kiley lives in Dallas, TX and brings 15 years of non-profit experience to the Board as the former development officer of CitySquare and the original Executive Director of New Friends New Life, a faith-based organization that serves formerly trafficked women and girls. She previously owned a retail business in Carthage, TX where she served on numerous local boards. She holds a BS from the University of North Texas and a Master of Liberal Arts from Southern Methodist University. Carolyn joined the Board of Directors and first visited Honduras in 2017, “impressed with the holistic nature of the ministry and its dedication to serving and training indigenous leadership.” Since retirement, she and her husband, Richard, have lived in Middlebury, CT in the summer and Dallas in the winter. She is an avid potter and often donates her work to various non-profit organizations.