our leadership

Hope Teams International is a registered 501 (c) 3 public charity established in Oregon in 1998. It is governed by a Board of Directors.

Victoria Henderson

Victoria has supported Hope Teams for many years.  She has been to Honduras 6 times and has been the Christmas Team champion for 5 years.  Victoria joined the HTI board in 2014 and greatly enjoys working as a team to be the hands and feet of Christ in a hurting world.  Victoria is active in her local church and has been married for 40 years and has three grown children.  

Jenny Storey - Treasurer

Jenny first traveled with Hope Teams to Honduras in 2011.  She was deeply moved by the poverty, hardship and abandoned children she saw there.  She was especially inspired to witness the dedicated staff that support the children and to see Hope Teams serving as the hands and feet of God to a hurting group of precious children.  She has gone with Hope Teams on 6 other trips including leading a VBS team.  Jenny also began volunteering in the HTI office and eventually helped with the administration of the Child Sponsorship Program.  She joined the HTI board in the Fall 2018 and looks forward to seeing where God leads HTI next.  

Chris Larvick - Secretary

Chris has been involved with Hope Teams since 2008.  His first involvement was helping with their annual fundraisers and then went on a mission trip to Kenya in 2010.  He subsequently went to Kenya 2 other times.  In 2015 Chris went on his first trip to Honduras and has gone back 5 more times.  As the husband of director, Cindy Larvick, he has many roles at HTI such as the IT person, heavy lifter, proofreader, encourager and many more.  By day Chris is a Project Coordinator at a construction company in the Bay area.  Chris is involved in leadership roles at his church including leading the Young Adult Group.  Chris joined the HTI board in 2018.  

hAYLEY cushman

Hayley became involved with Hope Teams when she took her first mission trip to Kenya in 2013.  Hayley considers this trip one of the highlights of her life where she fell in love with the beautiful country and the people, especially the kids.  Since then she has stayed involved with Hope Teams, supporting their mission to love and care for children all over the world.  She is looking forward to her first visit to Honduras and to lose her heart there as well.  Hayley is involved in her home church with Children's Ministry and Pastor Parish Committee.  She is new to the Hope Teams board, joining in 2020.  Hayley likes to spend her spare time playing games, reading, and keeping her dog Peyton from eating chocolate covered raisins.