Meet our Team

When Giving Diapers, Giving Hope began in 2011 Kristen and Emily were the only two women running the organization – this includes the sorting, shipping, and application approvals.  They brought on Kim to help with social media and fundraising, and now all shipping is handled by the shipping department from GroVia. Together, we process about 10-20 applications and ship 8-15 packages of diapers to families a week.


kimgdghbioKim Rosas is the Executive Director for Giving Diapers, Giving Hope but is best known for her blog Dirty Diaper Laundry.  Kim lives in Florida with her husband and two boys.  She is passionate about educating parents on how cloth diapers can work for any family and hosts the Flats Challenge each year to raise awareness.

kristenKristen went from being an unemployed single mom of two girls when she got the idea for GDGH to being a full time high school art and photography teacher, ATS Belly Dance performer and teacher, exchange student host and recruiting future host families, while still being a single mom and working with GDGH. She’s trying to figure out how to fit more than 24 hours into a day;  managing daily chaos and happiness her children bring her.


Maria Moser is our Director of Operations and has cloth diapered 2 children.  She has been writing about cloth diapering at since 2009. She advocates for cloth diapers both online and at local birth fairs and is proud to support Giving Diapers Giving Hope’s mission.


Amanda HearnAmanda Hearn is best known as the voice behind the Eco-Friendly Family blog, where she’s been writing since 2009, about topics like parenting, cloth diapers, non-toxic feminine care, chemical safety & healthy living. She has also been part of the team behind Green Child Magazine since 2012. Her three children inspire her passion to be involved in the movement towards intuitive living, and all that it encompasses.


Meet Our Advisory Board Members

For many years Giving Diapers, Giving Hope has received the help and advice from our Advisory Board.  Our board members are not voting members but advise us as we continue to grow this orgnization to help as many families as possible cloth diaper for the cost of shipping.  We cannot thank these women enough for volunteering their time and expertise.

jenbiogdgh▶ Jen Aprea is the woman behind the cloth diapering accessory brand, Spray Pal, and a long-time supporter of GDGH. She has created a movement to promote all things cloth diapering with the #makeclothmainstream hashtag she started in 2013. Besides running a successful business, she enjoys spending time with her two children, both of whom wore or are still wearing cloth diapers.



▶Julie, the mama behind the Cloth Diaper Geek blog, has been addicted to cloth since the day she laid eyes on her sons in their first cloth diapers.  After cloth diapering her twins and owning an online cloth diaper store for a few years she became a full-time advocate and cloth diaper blogger.  Cloth diapering has opened up so many doors for Julie and has led her family to green many other aspects of their lives.


calleyCalley is a mom, wife, blogger and social media manager who has been very active in the cloth diapering community for over 5 years. Calley blogs at and manages the social media and marketing for Kelly’s Closet. Calley spends most of her days (and nights) helping families use cloth diapers successfully.


adriannaAdrianna Domingos-Lupher is CEO of MSB New Media and the Editor-in-Chief of the online magazine, NextGen MilSpouse. You can find her sharing her personal journey as a military spouse, mom, frugalista, and entrepreneur at   Adiranna has been recognized as a White House Champion of Change for her work on behalf of military spouses.  Adrianna cloth diapered her younger daughter and often wishes she could have a do-over with her eldest. She believes that cloth diapering should be a part of every money savvy mama’s plan.