Founder and President
Dan began missions work throughout Asia in 2002. It was because of his burden for the orphaned and disadvantaged children there that A Heart for Children was formed. Over the years, Dan has lived and worked in rural indigenous communities with an unwavering commitment to raising awareness and establishing support partnerships to bring positive change in children's lives. Dan is most at home when he is interacting with the children as if they were his own.
“Without purpose, life is trivial and without substance. We are caretakers of all things on earth. Your generosity gives these children hope in the goodness of Christ and mankind.”
“So let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds”. Hebrews 10:24
Gary D. Gentzkow, M.D
Vice President & Director of Organizational Development
Gary has accepted the role of Vice President & Director of Organizational Development. He is a retired Internal Medicine physician and researcher whose experience as Chief Medical Officer for large and small corporations has equipped him to help AHFC build on its sound organizational foundation. Gary and Barbara have supported AHFC from its beginning. Now that Michael’s Home is named for Gary’s son, Michael James Gentzkow, that commitment to helping the orphaned and neglected children of Bali, the widows, single mothers, and students is stronger than ever.
Director of Administration
Anne serves AHFC as Administrative Director. Originally from Britain, with a professional background in pharmacy, she now resides in California and works in the field of clinical research. Anne’s talent and energy is evidenced in her active role with AHFC today, and her enthusiastic vision continues to grow as she witnesses the lives of many children being transformed by the loving, nurturing care offered through AHFC.
Chief Financial Officer
Stephanie Millard, CTEC, MA, brings her multi-national experience in fundraising and strategic planning to AHFC. She serves as a respected board officer and treasurer to several non-profit groups and is a frequent conference speaker and panel member. Stephanie is a published author, a former Cincinnati Business Record Columnist and is President of Millard & Associates, Corporate Planning and Advising.
Barbara A. Gentzkow
Director of Community Outreach
Barbara serves as Director of Community Outreach, focusing on creating greater awareness of AHFC in order to connect with others whose hearts lead them to help children and widows. Barbara’s experience running her own real estate development corporation has equipped her with organizational and networking skills ideally suited to this task. She has long been led to help others, especially children. Since her trip to Bali to dedicate Michael’s Home she has become even more passionate about AHFC’s work. She is amazed how much AHFC can accomplish with even with the smallest donations.
Hartati (Tati) Yeager
Director of Bali Ministries
Tati is the heart and soul of our operations in Bali. Her linguistic ability and knowledge of the many indigenous cultures, plus her 13 years working in a Balinese Christian Orphanage of 157 children as a live in care giver, cook, accountant, mother, referee and psychologist, has equipped her perfectly for this position, which she has held since 2011. "Thank you to all our volunteers at AHFC and to all our friends in the USA who support AHFC in Bali. "It has always been my dream to help children and elderly people."