Grace Dulaney grew up in La Jolla, California as the second oldest of nine children. The love and devotion of her parents became the compass in her life, guiding her to continually strive for a marriage and family built on faith in God, trust and respect for one another, hard work and sacrifice for the greater good.
Grace attended UCSD and UCLA, where she studied International Relations. Since 1990 she has owned and operated an international direct sales business, having established a worldwide distribution network of thousands of independent distributors.Grace has over 25 years of extensive international leadership experience in recruiting, development training, and public speaking.
A passionate advocate since her university days, Grace has been deeply involved as a volunteer in marriage and pro-life initiatives. She served for three years as a director on the board of Culture of Life Family Services (COLFS) in San Diego.
As a birthmother herself, Grace placed her son for adoption when faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Her experience inspired her to found the Agnus Dei Foundation and establish Lamb of God Maternity Home.
Grace was one of the keynote speakers at the 2014 Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco, where she addressed a live audience of 65,000 and televised audience of millions.
Grace currently resides in Huntsville, Utah with her husband, Kirk and two youngest children. They are active members of St. James the Just parish in Ogden where Grace is also Vocations Promoter. She is the proud mother of five children, Ryan, Caitlin, Dylan, Emma, and Jack.
Kirk grew up in Tucson, Arizona and holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from San Diego State University. He started his first business at age 19 and has a 24 year track record of creating new opportunities.
He brought his entrepreneurial spirit to the corporate playing field in 2001, when he joined Sony Electronics to drive new product development strategies. Kirk is currently the Executive Director of Strategic Business Development for Sony Electronics.
Prior to joining Sony, Dulaney served in senior level roles in the software, e-commerce and wireless industries.
Kirk’s life revolves around his love for his faith, family, and as much horseback riding, boating, golf, and skiing as he can fit in.
Philip & Tiffany Rivers
Philip and Tiffany Rivers were both raised in Decature, Alabama. They met in grade school and married in Philip’s second year of college at NC State. From the inception of their relationship they made faith the center and foundation. Faith, family, and football is a phrase commonly used to describe Philip.
Together Philip and Tiffany established the Rivers of Hope Foundation with the mission to help unwanted, abandoned, and orphaned children find permanent loving homes. Their prayers are that these children may find their own sense of self-worth and that future and current parents be open to life, regardless of the situation. The foundation was very successful, however, due to family priorities and NFL football obligations, it is now closed.
In addition to playing an active role in the foundation of Agnus Dei Foundation, the Rivers also support other charities and agencies that include: Catholic Answers, Culture of Life Family Services, Miles Christi religious order, San Diego Catholic Radio, and EWTN.
Philip and Tiffany reside in San Diego and currently have 8 children.
Sarah Jensen Elhoff has been the Director of the Adoption Center of San Diego since 1993. The Adoption Center was established in 1987 as a non-profit center providing complete adoption facilitation services to families. ACSD provides clinical counseling and support groups at no charge to women facing an unplanned/crisis pregnancy and educational and support services to adopting families. “It is an honor and a blessing to assist birth families and adoptive parents as they create loving, successful adoptions”.
Sarah is a registered Adoption Facilitator with the California Department of Social Services (CDSS), an Adoption Educator and Public Speaker, trained as a Certified Open Adoption Practitioner by the National Federation for Open Adoption. She is member of San Diego Association for Life, and Board member of the Agnus Dei Foundation/Lamb of God Maternity Home.
Sarah is married to David Elhoff, they share a blended family that includes a son, two daughters and eight grandkids, including an adopted baby girl!
Colette Wilson ESQ.
In 1994, she put her legal career on hold to become a full-time sidewalk counselor and pro-life missionary. Over a six-year period, Colette spent numerous hours every week in front of local abortion clinics, praying and peacefully offering to help women with an alternative to abortion.
In 2001, Colette returned to the practice of law when she was asked to help with an important pro-life case, National Organization for Women vs. Joe Scheidler. She was part of a team of lawyers who worked on this case over its twenty-year history, which ultimately saw a unanimous Supreme Court victory. NOW v. Scheidler is the only case to be heard three times by the U.S. Supreme Court. In 2005, Colette was honored as the Life Legal Defense Foundation “Attorney of the Year” for her pro bono work on cases defending the legal rights of Christian activists, who work to bring an end to abortion. She presently has her own civil litigation, adoption, and immigration practice in San Marcos, California.
In addition to serving on the board of Agnus Dei Foundation, Colette has served on the board of Life Legal Defense Foundation (an organization dedicated to defending the free speech rights of pro-life activists) -since 2006. Additionally, Colette and her husband have both served on the board of His Nesting Place, a large maternity home in Long Beach, California, since 1996.
Scott Maxwell is the Director of Development, Western Region, for Chicago-based Catholic Extension Society. He is responsible for cultivating and stewarding major gifts to support 94 Catholic Dioceses throughout the United States.
Mr. Maxwell has extensive experience in marketing, development, and branding. He is formerly the Executive Director of Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, a nonprofit religious liberty law firm. He has also served as CEO of Culture of Life Family Services (COLFS), a San Diego Pregnancy Help Center and Medical Clinic. During his three years with COLFS, he enhanced the Center’s awareness and branding, which resulted in nationwide recognition of the pregnancy clinic and launching of the Abortion Pill Reversal program.
Scott served in the Navy for five years, has been married for 31 years to his high school sweetheart, Carol, and they have seven children. The family attends St. Margaret Parish in Oceanside, CA.
Catherine (Cathy) Breen grew up the youngest of eleven children in New Jersey. She attended the Franciscan University of Steubenville and earned an undergraduate degree in Mental Health and Human Services with a minor in Human Life Studies. Post graduate, Cathy studied through The Pope Paul VI Institute to become a Fertility care Practitioner and continues this work part time in conjunction with Culture of Life and Family Services in San Diego.
Cathy has been married to her husband, Steve Breen, for the past 17 years and her primary focus is to raise their six children, ranging in age from eighteen months to sixteen years old. Along with her other pro-life and pro-family work, she is honored to be on the board of Agnus Dei Foundation!
We are so pleased to welcome Scott Schafer to the board of directors for Agnus Dei Foundation. Scott is a business attorney, practicing in San Marcos, California. He has been deeply involved in pro-life work since 2002. In his first six months of service, Scott has already brought much to the table and will be a valued member of our board. Scott has been married 26 years to his wife Eileen. They have two wonderful children, Meghann who is married and the mother of two, and Garrick who is currently studying at John Paul the Great Catholic University.