Founder & CEO
Alease is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University with a master's degree in public administration, where graduate studies included nonprofit management. As a federal government senior executive for over 38 years, serving in leadership and management positions, she worked on staffs of congressional members, cabinet members, and mayors. During many international travels, she encountered hundreds of youth in dire need of life's basic essentials. Her passion and compassion to help these youth prompted the creation of CPI in 2004. CPI began its work by supporting orphanages in Argentina, Africa, and Thailand. Knowing that education is key to any delivery system from a challenging environment, an alliance was established with residents (Amoa family) of Takoradi, Ghana, West Africa to support and provide educational opportunities to vulnerable youth in this small West African coastal community.
Chief Operating Officer
Elizabeth is a graduate of The University of Maryland Global Campus with an MBA and master’s degree in Technology Management. She is a firm believer of education being a conduit to alleviating poverty because she and her siblings have been able to construct a sustainable living for themselves due to educational opportunities. Her passion for aspiring to create access to quality education for marginalized youth in developing countries led her to join CPI in early 2017.
Integrated Communications & Web Design Manager
Certified Public Accountant (Independent CPA)
Isabella is a graduate of IULM University, with a Bachelor’s degree in PR and Advertising, a Diploma in Marketing from IED in Milan, and a Master’s degree in Communication Science from the University of Amsterdam. She has over ten years of professional experience in marketing, communications, PR, social media, events, business management and due diligence investigative research. Her passion for foreign languages, different cultures and the importance of education has been instrumental in her wanting to contribute toward CPI's mission.
Randy is owner of Sickler Tarpey & Associates, a CPA firm specializing in small business clients. He is also a consultant for KIZ Resources, Inc., a Pennsylvania tax credit brokerage firm which sponsors VCPSF - Volunteer Central Pennsylvania Scholarship Fund. Since 1987, the VCPSF education assistance charity has been offered and managed by Certified Public Accountants in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Randy and colleagues provide affordable educational options and opportunities for children and parents that are not available through their own resources. Using viable tools within the tax codes to encourage donors to participate is an advocacy Randy enjoys.