Mike Reiszner

After graduating from the Brownsville Revival School of ministry, Mike spent the following 17 years in full time ministry.  He has brought leadership experience to almost every position in ministry a church has to offer including an inner city mission to Houston's Fourth Ward.  While serving as youth pastor in Houston, God put a passion for the orphan in his heart. His experiences qualify him in the areas of leadership, the communication and execution of an organization's vision, and team development. Mike founded Coreluv in 2011 and has committed his life to defending the cause of the orphan.

Frank Cox

Frank graduated from Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and has used that degree for over 20 years in transportation roadway design.  He has been a faithful lay minister by volunteering his time in multiple areas of his church.  He has also been a volunteer in multiple organizations in the community including the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, American Society of Civil Engineers, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  His experiences qualify him to bring counsel in the organizational development, finances, and leadership of Coreluv.  Frank joined the board of Coreluv International in 2011 and is committed to using his skills and experience to provide counsel and accountability to Coreluv and their efforts to defend the orphan. 

Tim Henderson

Tim received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin and has over 35 years of experience in computer systems development and integration.  He holds many copyrights, is a published author and has been invited to speak regarding cyber security at events hosted by the U.S. Departments of Defense, Energy and Agriculture.  As Vice President and Principle Solutions Architect with NCI Systems, Inc., he provides leadership, oversight, consulting and advising in technical strategy and implementation.  Tim has had a lifetime of helping orphans all over the world.  He has helped them in Central and South America, Africa and Haiti.  In 2004, he joined Global Samaritan, which provides orphan care in Zambia.  His combined experiences qualify him to bring counsel and leadership in non-profit management, international work, and finances including but not limited to non-profit requirements.  Tim joined the board of Coreluv International in 2013 and is committed to using his skills and experience to provide counsel and accountability to Coreluv and their efforts to defend the orphan. 

Keith Ogden

Keith spent two years learning about ministry at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. He has used what he learned there to be an effective church lay leader and worship pastor. He uses his talents in the church and on the mission field whenever and wherever he can.  He also has over 20 years of experience in residential and light commercial construction industry.  In 2006, he started his own construction business and it is still going strong to this day.  He and his wife fostered, and then adopted a child from the inner city of Houston.  His experiences qualify him to bring counsel and leadership in business management, the construction of orphanages, and navigating the adoption process. Keith joined Coreluv in 2011 and has been using his talents and gifts to help them be more effective in their ministry to orphans.

Matt Burton

Matt received his Bachelor in Aviation degree from Oklahoma State University.  His career has mostly been spent in the medical industry, starting in device sales, then eventually opening up his own distribution company in 2010.  Since then he has had the privilege of starting multiple businesses within the medical community that span from TX to FL and has served on multiple nonprofit boards ranging from medical missions, orphan ministries, and the local church.  His wife, Jennifer, also has been active in the nonprofit sector, starting her own 501c3, called ProjectLove1, which provides monetary support to families in the adoption process.  The Burton’s have 3 children, Sandra, Connor, and Jaxon.  Sandra, who is 19, was adopted from Bogota when she was 14 and served in Haiti, as a part of Coreluv's Internship Program in the summer of 2016. Matt and his family have made it their mission in life to live out God’s call to Defend the Orphan.  Matt will use his business acumen, leadership, and heart to help advise the Coreluv team as a dedicated board member.