Promise Rides Bus Driver
Carol Beaudet has been a school bus driver for 10 years. Four years ago, she went through and graduated from the Family Promise program. At that time, she started doing volunteer work at multiple churches, always wanting to give back. When the Promise Rides program was introduced, Family Promise reached out to Carol to hire her as our first driver. She gladly accepted and has been driving for the program ever since. The pandemic has put a few roadblocks in the way of the Promise Rides program, but Carol continued to serve as a driver to pick up donated items and helping out whenever she can. The program is back to normal and Carol is back to transporting students for Promise Rides.
Kristy Kazelskis was introduced to Family Promise in 2015 and then joined the board in 2016. She was appointed board treasurer in 2017 and held that position until 2021. Kristy was hired as Director of Operations in February 2021, a newly created position for Family Promise. She brings years of volunteer experience and event planning to the organization. Kristy is looking forward to making significant contributions to growing new programs designed to support the families we serve.
Chief Executive Officer
Rosemarie Parker has been serving the mission of Family Promise since 2008. As a member of the Missions Committee for Trinity United Methodist Church in Mullica Hill NJ, Rosemarie was instrumental in bringing the congregation on board as a host congregation. She then served as the Volunteers’ Coordinator until 2014 when she became a member of the Family Promise Board of Trustees. Rosemarie served as the Board President from 2015-2016. In 2017, she was hired into her current role as the Chief Executive Officer. Rosemarie brings experience from both the government and business sectors having worked for the Gloucester County Office of Employment and Training and later held the position as Campus President for a private vocational school. Rosemarie enjoys being part of the Family Promise network helping families experiencing homelessness achieve sustainable independence.
Victoria Peters Osborn
Vicki has extensive Social Work/Case Management experience in multiple counties. She has a passion for helping people and guiding them in the right direction in life. Starting off her career as an Early Childhood Education teacher it brought forth in her patience and a loving person. She then went on to become an Addiction/Alcohol and Mental health case manager for a Methadone Clinic, supervising a program called "Project Hope" for pregnant women with DCPP cases. Her love to help people went even further to her supervising a "Mommy and Me" Program at Seabrook House in Cumberland County. Her passion continued to help people, through Acenda in Salem County, where she was the Program Supervisor for their Family Success Resource Center.
Vicki was hired in 2015 and currently is the Executive Director of Programs and Services. For the past six years in this role, she loves that she can utilize all her experiences in one place helping homeless families achieve their ultimate goals. In 2016, she was awarded and received the Women of Achievement Award for Gloucester County. Victoria resides with her husband Ryan and five kids, who all love to volunteer their time for Family Promise.