Our board consists of Tulsa community members who are focused on making a difference in the local community.
Jaime Kasishke is a first time mom and personal trainer at Lifetime Fitness. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Truman State University. Jaime organized a team of employees at Lifetime fitness in 2019 for Strength in Numbers Initiative, gained financial support for St. Jude’s Ride for a Reason from 2016 to 2019, and organized The Big Event in 2008 to 2011 for residents and small business owners. Raised by a single parent with four siblings, she understands first-hand what a difference stretching a dollar can make to a household. During free moments, she can be found working out or playing with her pup.
Stephanie is a wife, a girl mom to one, a dog mom to three, and a middle school counselor by day. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Oklahoma State University and her Master’s degree in Counseling from Northeastern State University. On her free time, she enjoys both exercising and cooking in order to maintain a balanced lifestyle. As part of the Permanent Diaper Relief Board of Directors, Stephanie hopes to encourage and support each family that is supported through the program.
Brooke is in her last year of medical school at OSU-COM, and plans to work in Tulsa as a pediatric emergency physician. She has her Bachelor’s degree in physiology from Oklahoma State University and her Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Sciences. She is married and has two fur babies. She spends her free time outdoors with friends and families as often as possible, the lake being one of her favorite places to relax. She’s excited to be involved with Permanent Diaper Relief because she is motivated to be more engaged with the community. She hopes to be a part of change by bringing a positive light to those who seek extra support.
Haley graduated from the University of Arkansas with a business degree and works in accounting. She is happily married and is a mom of one. She loves to spend time with her family and enjoys exercising. Haley is looking forward to contributing to PDR’s vision and goals of assisting families in need while being environmentally conscious.
Angelique moved to Oklahoma 20 years ago from the small town of Okriftel, Germany. Since her arrival to the states, she has received her Early Childhood degree, she has become a wife and mother to two children, and she has started her career as an early childhood educator. Angelique began working at Growing Kidz Child Development Center in 2005, where she continues to pursue her passion for the healthy development of Tulsa’s youth. Angelique has been an active member of the German-American society in Tulsa, and has taught various German language classes throughout the years. Angelique uses her free time to engage with her family and tend to her small family farm. Angelique is looking forward to contributing to Permanent Diaper Relief’s services and bettering the environment through reusable diapers.
Brooke is a wife juggling a house full of boys while enjoying a career as a cosmetologist and dance teacher. Working at a sustainable hair salon in Tulsa has sparked a passion in Brooke for making simple life changes to help better the environment. With two little ones in diapers at once, Brooke knows first hand the financial burden of diapers on a family. She was immediately amazed at the huge impact Permanent Diaper Relief has made for families struggling to provide for their babies. PDR’s sustainability efforts hooked Brooke on the mission of PDR from the moment she heard about the organization. Brooke hopes to help PDR reach more families and continue to grow the numbers of babies permanently diapered while serving on their board.
Ex-Officio Board Member
Madelaine has an undergraduate degree from the University of Boston and attended Oklahoma State University where she completed the graduate program in Teaching, Learning, and Leadership. When her son was born, she began cloth diapering with a stash of used diapers gifted by a friend. Since then, those same diapers have covered the bums of four babies in their lifespan. She realized the impact cloth diapers could have, on both an economical and environmental standpoint, and she decided to further that impact within the Tulsa community. Thus, Permanent Diaper Relief was formed. Madelaine’s vision for the organization is large, and she believes with the right team and the right support, her vision is far from impossible.