Our Team

Our Team

Sharon Davenport, Program Director of Physical Activity, Sports and Nutrition
Contact Information: 810-600-5817 or sdavenport@crim.org

Sharon has been with the Crim Fitness Foundation for over 7 years, facilitating nutrition and physical activity education and most recently managing programming for nutrition and physical activity. She has over 15 years experience working as a personal trainer and a health coach. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Northern Michigan University in Preschool/Family Life Services, is CPR/AED, and First Aid certified.

Sara Duncan, Program Coordinator
Contact Information: sduncan@crim.org

Sara has six years experience at the Crim facilitating parent nutrition education programs, teaching nutrition to youth in the Flint Community, and developing and instructing youth physical activity programs. She also coordinates the Marti Austin Kids Classic and the Teddy Bear Trot youth races. Sara holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology specializing in Physical Education from Michigan State University and is Adult and Child First Aid/CPR/AED certified. Sara is a sports enthusiast, and enjoys spending time with her husband and three boys camping, hunting, and traveling.

Shanna Moore, Program Coordinator
Contact Information: smoore@crim.org

Shanna is a Nutrition Program Coordinator and is passionate about teaching people to have a healthier lifestyle through healthy eating and exercise. Shanna has earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion & Master of Arts in Human Services: Health and Wellness and is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). She is also CPR/AED & First Aid and ServSafe certified. Shanna enjoys spending time with her husband, snowboarding, frozen yogurt, sweet tea, and spending time outside.

Psalm Bingham, Program Coordinator, Up2Us Coach
Contact Information: pbingham@crim.org

Psalm Bingham is a Nutrition Program Coordinator and an Up2Us Coach at the Crim. She holds a Bachelor’s in Physiology, Pre-Medicine and Pre-Nursing track from Michigan State University and will be graduating with a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice in December. Psalm is a certified EMT and CNA. In her spare time she enjoys practicing the violin or piano, loves reading books on leadership and arts and crafts, loves sports and fashion!

Kelly McClelland, Program Manager
Contact Information: kmcclelland@crim.org

Kelly is passionate about making sure everyone has access to safe, plentiful, and nutritious food. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science from Michigan State University and completed two food-focused years of AmeriCorps service with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest and FoodCorps. Kelly is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Food Policy and Sustainability Leadership through Arizona State University. In her free time, Kelly enjoys sports, traveling, and gardening.

Jared Badour, Program Coordinator
Contact Information: jbadour@crim.org

Jared graduated from Western Michigan University where he received his degree in Community Health Education with intention to come back to Flint to improve the health and wellbeing in his community. Jared is currently doing what he intended by working for the Crim Fitness Foundation. At the Crim he has interned, served with both Coach Across America and FoodCorps and is now a Nutrition & Sports Program Coordinator. Jared's favorite thing about the Crim is it's well-rounded approach to improving the health of the Flint community as well as getting to contribute to providing a healthy foundation for youth.

Samantha Farah, Program Manager
Contact Information: sfarah@crim.org

Samantha Farah is a proud product of the Flint Community Schools. While attending Michigan State University, she had an internship in Flint, which inspired her to continue working in the community. Samantha has worked in urban agriculture and community food systems for more than 8 years. She is passionate about Flint and hopes to continue working to ensure Flint residents have equitable access to healthy food and healthy communities. In her free time, Samantha enjoys volunteering in community gardens, camping, traveling, and playing with her cat Cosmo.

Kelsey Crossman, Program Coordinator
Contact Information: kcrossman@crim.org

My name is Kelsey Crossman. I am a Nutrition Program Coordinator at the Crim Fitness Foundation. I graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education and Promotion and a minor in Nutrition. I have a strong passion for educating adults and children about living a healthy lifestyle through nutrition and physical activity.

Chandra Brown, Program Coordinator
Contact Information: cbrown@crim.org

Chandra is a graduate of The Reginald F. Lewis Business College of the HBCU at Virginia State University. She has a Bachelors of Science in Business Management and Human Resources. Most importantly Chandra has a heart and passion for advocating for children. She has over 7 years of experience working with children in various capacities. She has taught, served as a FoodCorps service member, acted as a court appointed advocate (CASA) for children and is a proud member of the moms club herself! Chandra believes that children are the epitome of innocence and that they are our hope for a better future! She is happy to be a Program Coordinator working in the Flint Community Schools where I can connect with and guide children concerning health and nutrition.

Sarah Schroeder, Program Coordinator
Contact Information: sschroeder@crim.org

Sarah graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelors Degree of Science in Dietetics. Sarah completed one service term with FoodCorps in Flint and nearly completed a second before accepting a position as a Nutrition Program Coordinator. Sarah also dedicates a portion of her times as Crim's first Garden Program Coordinator, supporting garden-based education thorughout the Flint area. Sarah is passionate about delivering quality nutrition education to underserved communities. Sarah has a dog, Gypsy, and two cats, Walter and Grizzly. When she's not tirelessly working to improve local access to healthy foods, Sarah enjoys doing anything outdoors, from hiking to kayaking.

Erin Wenk, FoodCorps Service Member
Contact Information: ewenk@crim.org

Erin graduated from Michigan State University in December 2017 with a degree in Environmental Economics and Policy. She spent the 2015-2016 school year studying in Freiburg, Germany where she completed a 3-month internship with Bachpaten Freiburg, an organization that educates local students about the importance of protecting stream ecosystems through hands-on learning. Erin is passionate about good food and working with kids. In her free time, Erin enjoys camping, traveling, making desserts, reading and spending time with friends.

Justin Zigoris, FoodCorps Service Member
Contact Information: jzigoris@crim.org

Justin Zigoris currently serves in the 20/21 FoodCorps cohort, and also has served previously in the 19/20 Flint Community School Corps cohort as a Physical Activities Coordinator. Having been born in Flint, and always having lived within an hour of the city, Justin feels very connected to the Flint area and its surroundings. Justin greatly values good food and education, and deeply believes the two are connected. Justin enjoys making and recording music, gardening, tinkering with audio equipment and electronics, heavy metal, and tabletop gaming.

Megan Moore, FoodCorps Service Member
Contact Information: mmoore@crim.org

Megan is a second year AmeriCorps member (‘19-’20 Flint Community School Corps & ‘20-’21 FoodCorps) and a student at University of Michigan - Flint. She will be graduating with a double major in Psychology and Elementary Education. Outside of school Megan volunteers with various organizations in the Flint area. Megan hopes to teach first grade or high school history. She enjoys trivia, playing Scrabble and going to art museums. She has been living in Flint for three years with her three cats.

Elizabeth Lada, FoodCorps Service Member
Contact Information: elada@crim.org

Liz is a FoodCorps Service Member and a senior at Wayne State University studying Psychology. After working at Home Depot for nearly five years she is excited to put her garden knowledge to good use and work hands on in schools. Liz loves cooking and is passionate about good food that is good for you. She’s always excited to try new and unique dishes and share food with others. In Liz’s free time she enjoys reading, baking and biking. She also loves a good pun and says, “FoodCorps and Crim are kind of a big dill!”