development in a synergistic manner that changes lives around the world. She founded Mothers
Without Borders in 1989. Under her direction, Mothers Without Borders has organized and
implemented community development projects and volunteer expeditions to Romania, Mexico,
India, Indonesia, Bolivia, Taiwan, Haiti, Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and the
United States. She spends several months each year living in Africa, overseeing a variety of
projects from Mothers Without Borders Regional Headquarters in Lusaka, Zambia.
Kathy has developed and created a personal growth curriculum and training program entitled
‘Knowing Love Works’, which focuses on using love and not fear as the motivation for our lives
in both personal and professional settings. She lifts her audiences to new levels of awareness and
empowerment. The range and impact of her speaking engagements have included: presenting to
the United Nations on “The Role of Women as Agents for Social Change”, training corporations
on the power of love and kindness, coaching Ugandan community leaders how to mobilize the
power of their communities, as well as presenting to many additional groups and organizations.
Kathy is a popular speaker at BYU's Education Week, where she has taught for the last 15 years.
She is a mother of five children and grandmother of thirteen.
Founder & CEO
Zambian Country Director
Chief Operating Officer
Director of Expeditions
Our Zambian Team!
Bryan’s passion for Mothers Without Borders came as he saw the changes in his children from their experiences in Zambia. In 2015 Bryan and Teresa enlisted their company nationwide to help with fundraising efforts for the children in Zambia. Bryan made his first trip to Zambia in 2015 and was able to understand how remarkable the people are and has made a commitment to work to help the organization there grow.
Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Teresa’s passion for Mothers Without Borders began at a presentation Kathy made in San Diego where she shared the plight of orphan children in Zambia and the ravages of AIDS. Teresa decided to send her son on a team to Zambia. It changed his life for the better and her other three children went as well. Teresa became a team member in 2014 and experienced a life change for herself. She wanted to become more involved so she went as a team leader in 2015. She loves the children and staff at the Children’s Resource Center and is committed to building the center in Zambia.