Meet the people that help chart our course and navigate
our path in the preemie community.
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Board of Directors
Kreig & his wife had an earlier than expected introduction to parenthood when their boy/girl twins born at 23 weeks 6 days. Through the process of caring for their children in the NICU for almost 5 months, the Zoe Rose Memorial Foundation encouraged and educated them in a world they had never been. Having been through their experience, they are thankful to assist in strengthening the Foundation while further reaching out to support other families just as they were once supported.
Danielle is a wife and mother to two boys and the bookkeeper for her husband's radio station WYAB 103.9 FM. Prior to moving to Mississippi in 2003, she worked for RAINBOWS a grief support organization for children and worked directly with grieving families. She was touched by how helpful support groups and resources were to these families and now enjoys working with Zoe Rose Memorial Foundation.
Richard is the loving husband to Keira and devoted father to his daughters, Avery, Lily, and Zoe. He spent countless hours holding vigil over their isolettes during their time in the NICU and has always been a very active, involved father for all three of his girls. Richard is CEO of a radiology group in Jackson, MS; with a vast background in healthcare administration. Richard develops the strategic plan and longterm outlook for Zoe Rose and hopes to expand the Foundation’s services to be able to truly meet the needs of the NICU dads who are so often overlooked and yet need support themselves.
Keira is the devoted wife of Richard Sorrells and the loving mother of triplet daughters, born at 25 weeks 5 days. After experiencing the trauma of an extremely early delivery, 9 1/2 months of living in the NICU, caring for a special needs child, and the very untimely death of their daughter, Zoe; she felt driven to find new ways to help other parents facing the same challenges they met. Keira serves as the Executive Director of the foundation and is the Family Advocacy Representative for the Jackson Perinatal Section coalition of hospitals.