Founder and Chairman of the Board
MADAY GONZALEZ REDD
Maday Gonzalez Redd is a first-generation Cuban American born and raised in Miami, FL. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Florida International University and later earned a Master’s degree in business. Maday has worked under the Stoller Group umbrella since 2010 and held an Associate General Manager position before fully transitioning to the Stoller Foundation in October 2017.
Throughout the years, she has also served with several ministry groups and nonprofits in various areas and capacities. One of her joys and passion is to work among a community serving others. “For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love.” Galatians 5:13 Maday currently attends the Community of Faith church and lives in the Houston area with her husband Travis and small dog Hercules.
Eddy Hallock native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oklahoma and Masters from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth.
Over a 48 year career ministry he pastored several churches and served as a missionary in Brazil for 15 years. He served as the director of evangelism for the Carioca Convention and was executive director of the Governor’s Island Baptist Association
Hallock’s cultural experiences in the 2 countries has been a great asset to him as he served for 13 years as the Minister of Missions at Tallowood Church in Houston. In this administrative role Eddy has been the liaison between his church and 7 other ethnicity churches and has led over 25 mission trips overseas with volunteers to do philanthropic and Christian ministry.
Eddy is married to Brenda. They have 4 children and 4 grandchildren. Hallock has served on the Board of the Stoller Foundation for the last 3 years.
Seongae Kim has served on the Board of the Stoller Foundation since 2016 and is also a board member of Life Tree Ministries which focuses on helping refugee children and families through education. She served as one of the leaders in Campus Crusade for Christ and led children and youth ministries over the years.
Dan Vazquez, served in the US Air Force from November of 1979 to March 1998. After retiring from the Air Force, he held Director positions for two companies prior to joining CyrusOne in October of 2000. During his fifteen year career with CyrusOne he held a few Vice President positions. He left CyrusOne in 2015 and started his own Data Center Consulting company. Along with his Data Center consulting company, he also has partnered with a friend and started two other companies. He was a Deacon at Kingwood Presbyterian Church 2005-2007 and currently is an elder at Grand Lakes Presbyterian Church. He has been on the board of the Stoller Foundation since 2012.
Nam became a child of God during his college by accepting Jesus Christ as the Lord and Savior. By God’s grace and mercy, he has continued his journey of sanctification; worshiping HIM; and serving in churches, non-profits, and the needy. After he got a doctoral degree in engineering, he worked for an oil and chemical company primarily in the areas of environmental protection and resource conservation. After retirement, he was invited to work at the Stoller Foundation to further the Foundation’s mission. One of his daily prayers is “For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain.”
Chevonne was born and raised in Houston, TX. She graduated from Sam Houston State University with a BS in Health. She currently works as the General Accountant for Stoller Foundation. She has over 18 years of experience working with non-profits in the Houston area. Chevonne attends Cypress United Methodist Church.
Chevonne and her husband, Aaron, have two girls and live in the Cypress area.