Rebekah Williams Lovorn
Prior to joining NGS in 2010, Rebekah served in the Department of Homeland Security. In 2006, she accepted an assignment with the Department of State Global Outreach team in Iraq. While there she coordinated multinational press corps events throughout Iraq, and worked directly with Ambassadors, military commanders, Iraqi Ministers, and local Iraqi leaders on communication outreach strategies. Rebekah began her career at The White House Office of Communications.
A native of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Rebekah received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration – Marketing from Mississippi State University. She lives with her husband and children in Northern Virginia.
Director of Foundation Operations
Prior to joining the Foundation in 2011, Kanon was an International Operations Manager for Security Enhancement Program at L-3 Communications. Her previous experience was at the Department of Homeland Security as the Senior Advisor to the Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Acting Deputy Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Congressional Affairs. In support of the White House, Kanon traveled to military bases both domestic and international, including travel throughout the Middle East. She has worked extensively with the Department of Defense, Department of State; including Ambassadors, government leaders, and foreign leaders; and has experience coordinating both international press and the White House Press Corps.
Kanon is from Houston, Texas, and received a bachelor’s degree in biology and minor in chemistry from Baylor University. Her husband, Mark, is a former officer in the United States Marine Corps. Kanon and Mark live with their children in Texas.
Boston graduated from SMU with a B.S. in Applied Physiology and Sport Management and a minor in Sport Performance Leadership where he was a member of the SMU Men's Soccer team. After graduating from SMU, Boston earned a M.A. in Leadership from Dallas Baptist University and was team captain of the DBU Men's Soccer team.
Prior to joining No Greater Sacrifice, Sherry was employed as Scholarship Program Manager at ThanksUSA for over a decade. She oversaw the applications, selections and distributions of thousands of scholarships awarded to the children and spouses of military Service members. Celebrating the academic achievements of scholars has been the highlight of her non-profit career. As the parent of a college student, Sherry adds personal experience to navigating financial aid and military benefits.
Married to her active-duty husband for 29 years, Sherry has experienced life in a dozen military duty stations in six states and currently calls Northern Virginia home.