Floyd co-founded HSP with his wife, Karole, at Christmas 1979. He served as CFO of the Theosophical Society until his retirement in 2010. His career has spanned guidance systems for the Apollo Project to Management Consulting to Publishing. He is responsible for providing overall guidance for the direction of HSP’s work as well as prudent oversight for the finances of HSP. He enjoys spending time with family and friends and, when he can, travel - both domestic and international. He also enjoys golf if he can find time to do it. Floyd is committed to a lifetime of service to others and feels a responsibility to insure that HSP stays true to the course of its mission. He is extremely grateful to the staff for their commitment to HSP’s mission and the enduring support of the community.
Kristin’s desire to help the elderly initially brought her to HSP as a volunteer. After leaving a career in warehouse management for Ryder Integrated Logistics she joined the HSP staff in 2012 and became the Executive Director in 2013. She is responsible for the strategic planning, fundraising execution, and management of the operation. Through relationship building with new and existing donors she works to spread awareness of the mission to ensure the seniors, children, and their families receive the services they need. Kristin loves outdoor activities, strength training, camping, and a great meal with friends. Family is incredibly important and any time spent with her stepchildren and 5 grandchildren is a terrific day! Taking care of people is at the heart of it all for Kristin, knowing people have what they need, are valued, and cared for is what drives her personal mission to serve.
Community Outreach Coordinator
Nancy joined HSP as the Community Outreach Coordinator in 2017 after retiring from MetLife as VP, Learning & Development. She is responsible for spreading the word about HSP and the services we offer to service clubs, businesses, individuals and groups within the community. She is an avid walker, loves cooking, health & wellness and would do anything for her family and friends. Nancy enjoys giving back to her community and feels extremely fortunate to work for an organization that assists children and seniors.
Volunteer and Operations Coordinator
Prior to joining HSP, Bridget was an elementary school teacher for 15 years. Bridget manages the warehouse inventory and works with our volunteers on tasks associated with serving our clients. In her free time, Bridget enjoys spending time with family at their lake house and listening to trivia and historical podcasts. Growing up, she was taught to “be the difference” in the world and working at HSP she can see the difference when we provide food and gifts to our neighbors.
Part-time Toy Room Supervisor
Before joining HSP in 2007, Jan was an Antiques Dealer. Jan is in charge of making birthday boxes for the children enrolled in our Children’s Project. When Jan is not creating beautiful birthday boxes for children, she enjoys spending time at Miller Beach with her children, antiquing and reading anything numerology & wellness. Jan had a deep friendship with our co-founder, Karole and wanted to be part of the Children’s Project and make young children happy.
In 2011, Matt became an HSP intern after graduating from college. Matt joined the HSP staff as Grants Manager after completing his internship. He is responsible for seeking foundational funding for HSP’s three programs which provide vital relief to seniors, children, and their families. Matt is an avid reader, video gamer and loves adventures with his wife and cats. As a lifelong resident of DuPage County, Matt feels very lucky to be part of an organization dedicated to ensuring seniors, children and their families in the community are not forgotten and have their needs met.
Client Communications Coordinator
Julia joined HSP in 2021 after many years of being a Secret Pal to a senior enrolled in SCP. Julia has a heart for seniors and in her role, she loves interacting with seniors regularly. Julia conducts senior interviews and writes update letters to donors. In her downtime, she enjoys antiquing, thrifting, serving tea at a local tea house and spending time with her husband and four cats. Inspired by her Dad, who always helped the older family members and neighbors, Julia developed a passion to help seniors feel less lonely and believes the smallest acts of kindness can make all the difference.
Senior Citizen Coordinator
A trip to his local library in 2012, led Dean to HSP where he began volunteering. Ever since his initial introduction, Dean has been actively involved with HSP. After 41 years of service, Dean retired from the Union Pacific Railroad in 2021 as a Locomotive Manager and shortly thereafter he joined the HSP staff. Dean interacts daily with seniors enrolled in SCP by managing their food deliveries and conducting scheduled interviews. Dean has been involved with seniors since he was a very young boy, when he began providing assistance to his grandmother who needed help with doing chores around her home. In his spare time, Dean enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, camping and kayaking.
Board of Directors
Chairman/CFO/Co-Founder, Humanitarian Service Project
Executive Director, Humanitarian Service Project
Retired, Representative New York Stock Exchange
Retired, CEO, National Van Lines
Retired, School Board Member, School District 200