Meet the hardworking team here at The Storehouse Project. We are dedicated to providing the best help we can to as many people as possible. We serve everyone with a smile on our face and love in our hearts.
Rev. Todd Foster
Rev. Foster joined us in October of 2019 as the newest member of our team. He brings nearly 40 years of managerial experience including team, product and project management, non-profit creation, executive oversight, grant writing, fundraising, and pastoral leadership. Aside from oversight of The Storehouse Project, Rev. Foster is also the Director of Global Missions at Cornerstone Christian Center.
Kimani Sioux Williams
Kimani Sioux Williams joined us in October of 2018. Young in her career, she is drawn to purpose-driven work. She finds great fulfillment in using her God given gifts of administration, empathy and compassion to serve people in need in the greater Milford area as Operations Director for the Storehouse Project.
After 26 years as manager of Wendy’s, Fernande Dormevil has been a CNA for over 23 years and works in an assisted living facility with patients suffering from Dementia. She has faithfully served meals three Saturdays a month at Beth-El Center in Milford, CT since 2013. In October of 2016 she founded the Community Dining Center at Cornerstone Christian Center. She enjoys combining her love for serving others with her passion for cooking as our main chef for both of our cooked meal programs.
Richard and Robin Reid
Co-Directors - Community Dining Center at Cornerstone
Richard Reid brings to The Storehouse Project entrepreneurial, business management, teaching and job-related
mentoring experience. He began serving annually with the Storehouse Project 16 years ago at our Thanksgiving
Basket Distribution and has seen the distribution expand from about 75 baskets to over 1,000. He began table
hosting at the Community Dining Center in 2016 and soon after his wife Robin joined him. Robin is winding down
her career in customer service. She has also taught children with learning disabilities.
Together, the Reid’s possess a special compassion and concern for the people they serve as directors of the Community Dining Center at Cornerstone.
Joan Bristol Peret
Director - Food Pantry
Joan Bristol Peret attended UCONN and spent 15 years as a full-time wife and mother. After obtaining her Real Estate Brokers license and serving as Assistant to the President at a large Real Estate Office. Her work was satisfying but something was missing. Ready for a change, she accepted a position with an insurance office as manager. She joined Cornerstone during this time and began to volunteer at their Food Pantry. In 2002, she was made Director of the Food Pantry, a position she still holds. Today she leads the Storehouse Food Pantry overseeing a staff of 43 volunteers. Through her leadership, over 70 families receive food each week, and over 1,100 families receive bountiful Thanksgiving Baskets at the Pantry's Annual Thanksgiving Basket Distribution. She finally found her missing link!
Director - Logistics
After a successful 40-year career in Finance & Real Estate and out of a strong love for God, Ray developed a real passion to serve others. He began volunteering at the Food Pantry in 2011 and became Logistics Director in March of 2017. Ray’s primary responsibility is to oversee the almost daily truck pick-ups and deliveries supporting the four-community service Storehouse Project ministries.
Director - Storehouse Boutique
Nancy Coury graduated college with a degree in Art/Design and used her 10 years in management at a large industrial printing factory in Fairfield, CT as a springboard into entrepreneurship. Now that her boys are completing their college educations, she continues to channel her creative passions through interior design at Cornerstone Christian Center. In the spring of 2014 she combined her love and compassion for those in need with her design skills to create a beautiful free shopping experience for her clients known as The Storehouse Boutique.
Inventory Specialist -
Robert Guidry, Sr. retired as an officer in the United States Marine Corps after 21 years of service. He has served in county government in Arizona where he oversaw 5,000 temporary workers and 1,250 precincts in one county. He has dedicated the last 14 years of his retirement to volunteer work and is often tapped for board and other lead positions. Robert currently serves as a very active President of the Milford Lions Club. He volunteers extensively at the Storehouse Project where he has effectively transformed our inventory system.