Rose co-founded The Little Bit Foundation in 2001 after a teacher friend asked for help in providing coats to her students in an inner city school. Since then, it has impacted 33,000 students in the St. Louis area. Rose has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Loyola University.
Assistant Executive Director
Billy came to Little Bit by way of our Young Professionals Board. Besides his philanthropic endeavors, he has owned and operated two long-term care facilities for mentally ill and developmentally delayed adults. Billy is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a BA in Political Science.
Director of Grant Management
Amy has been involved with The Little Bit Foundation since 2007, currently responsible for writing proposals and grants for major funding. She has more than 25 years experience in nonprofit development and fundraising and a BA in Psychology from the University of Dayton.
Alex has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Saint Louis University and a Master’s in Social Work from Washington University, with experience counseling both domestic violence offenders and victims. She first became involved with Little Bit in 2013 when she joined the Young Professionals Board.
Director of Development
Eileen brings extensive experience in fundraising strategy and execution for nonprofit agencies, previously leading development efforts for Animal Protective Association of Missouri and Covenant House. She has a BS in Business/Dietetics from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana.
Director of Distribution
Melanie has more than 20 years of experience in supply management and process improvements for Save-a-Lot, Monsanto and ADP. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in business management from National Lewis University and a Master’s in supply chain management from Fontbonne University.
Lucy worked as a Little Bit volunteer for seven years before assuming the role of Volunteer Manager in July 2013. A former Human Resource associate for Lord & Taylor, she knew she wanted to get involved with an organization that helped children when her store closed in 2006.
Christy is a graduate of Webster University with a Bachelor’s in Education Studies. When she learned of the opening at Little Bit, she knew her organizational skills, education background and non-profit love would be a perfect fit.
Erin says she was “hooked” from the moment she walked in the door and is dedicated to seeing that everyone in St. Louis knows about Little Bit. Previously, she served as Marketing Associate for The Center for Head Injury Services in St. Louis and Special Events Associate for United 4 Children.