Not for Profit
Founder and President
After living in Angola with her family for nearly 3 years, Lori quickly realized that education was a major need for the advancement of the culture. Now living in Portland, Oregon. Lori started So Richly Blessed in an effort to contribute to the lives and future of the Angolan community.
Lori hopes to send as many Angolans to college as possible, knowing that education will empower and equip students to make a better life for themselves.
Eric has a passion for generosity. As founder of Range Financial Group, he helps other with their finances so they can live generously.
We are so happy to have Eric and his understanding of managing and optimizing the resources God has given us.
Eric is eager to get involved with providing young people education and opportunity to change their own future.
Mimie is Angolan by birth and has lived in the U.S. since 2001. Mimie is a passionate Christ follower, wife and mother ( of one beautiful daughter) and an electrical engineer at Intel.
Mimie is eager to pour back into Angola and considered So Richly Blessed to be a good connection. She desired to see hospitals, schools and homes for children built in Angola.
We are so happy to have Mimie on our team and eager to see how her particular gift, talents and passions will contribute to the growth of SRB.
Manages our function in Angola
Hercilio keeps the books and oversees our Students in Benguela, Angola. Hercilio has been our steady and reliable contact from the beginning of the scholarship, he is so eager to be apart of the opportunities for young Angolan students and business owners.
So Richly Blessed is partnering with AASC (Angolan NGO)
So Richly Blessed works very closely with AASC, an Angolan Association dedicated to social change with the mission statement: Isaiah 1:17, "Learn to do good. Seek justice. Help the oppressed. Defend the cause of the orphans. Fight for the rights of widows."
I'm so inspired by this teams desires to see improvement in education. This team oversees all of our scholarships, small business loans and school building projects.