Board Members

John Bruchalski, M.D.

Monique Baroudi

Kathy Doherty

Sean Garvey

Joseph Goyette

Jennifer Watson

Father Gerald Weymes

Divine Mercy Care Staff

Will Waldron

Executive Director

William ‘Will’ Waldron comes to Divine Mercy Care after 20+ years in business and non-profit management. Will has primarily been fundraising for educational institutions including: Assumption College, Salisbury School, Georgetown University, Mercersburg Academy and most recently McLean School in Potomac, MD. Will’s experience in annual giving, donor stewardship, major donor solicitation, and capital campaign will be put to use as Will and the rest of the Divine Mercy team raises funds, communicates the message and promotes the mission of Divine Mercy Care.  Will and his wife Mary (Pennefather) Waldron live in Manassas with their 8 children seven of which were born through Tepeyac Family Center.

Chaney Mullins

Programs Manager

Chaney Mullins grew up in Northern Virginia and is a graduate of the University of Virginia majoring in Architectural History and Sociology and was later a fellow at the John Jay Institute for Faith, Society, and Law.  She was a special projects writer for Concerned Women for America and was co-founder of the The Amore Project, a Theology of the Body based ministry founded in Italy and brought to America through Truro Anglican Church.  Chaney is currently on the board of Healing Center International.   Chaney is passionate about building community and helping people see God in everyday life. She particularly enjoys transferring the dreams of visionary leaders into tangible, practical plans of action, which led her to helping Dr. Bruchalski begin the consortium of Pro Women’s Healthcare Centers.  Her other interests include cooking, country music, movies, weddings, photobook creation, dancing, and family time.

Virginia Davison Madden

Programs Assistant

Virginia Davison Madden is a graduate of Belmont Abbey College (B.A., Psychology) and Regent University (M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling). She has been active in the pro-life movement for many years, serving as a sidewalk counselor and volunteering as a counselor in a pregnancy resource center. She also co-created the Holy Heroes Spiritual Adoption Prayer Adventure, a program in which individuals follow the prenatal development an unborn child they have “adopted” to pray for. She additionally has written other booklets and audio scripts and worked as a sales associate for Holy Heroes. Virginia was a pioneering member of Regent University’s Success Coaching Program, assisting in student outreach and managing the program’s workshop schedule. She is proud to use her organizational and communication skills at Divine Mercy Care to further the pro-life cause. She enjoys spending time with her family, entertaining, volunteering and freelance journalism.

Greg Lynch

Development Manager

Greg comes to DMC as an experienced independent school educator, teaching Latin, English, and Theology for the past 13 years. As a professional, Greg most recently served Chelsea Academy in Front Royal, VA as their Director of Development, leading the school in 2017 to its most successful fundraising year in the school’s history. Now, Greg will serve DMC’s growing mission, with a primary focus to expand the bandwidth of DMC’s fundraising and outreach. Greg has his MA in Theology with a concentration in scriptural exegesis from Holy Apostles College and Seminary and has his BA in Classics and Philosophy from Colby College where he studied Greek and Latin and ancient and modern thought. Greg taught Latin poetry and World Literature at Mercersburg Academy in Mercersburg, PA, where he participated as a showcase teacher during Mercersburg’s “Daring to Lead” campaign, the school’s successful $300 million fundraising initiative. He served his alma mater, the St. Sebastian’s School in Needham, MA as a teacher and as the Assistant Director of Admissions. Greg was also a two-sport varsity athlete in college. He played defensive tackle for the Colby football team and goalie for the Colby lacrosse team. Greg is a devoted husband and loving father to his five children. Greg enjoys hiking, and travel with his family.

Mark Flores

Business Manager

Mark Flores has been a Northern Virginia resident most of his life.  He had a background in the private patent and trademark industry as well as a mailing company before working for 7 years as a Virginia and Maryland residential real estate agent at a local real estate brokerage firm. Mark came to Divine Mercy Care in 2014 as an opportunity to combine his work and long-standing passion for the pro-life movement. Mark is a member of the Knights of Columbus and an active member of local men’s groups and church activities.  Mark’s skills include faith-apologetics, Spanish language fluency, and the bass guitar.  He especially enjoys spending time with his friends, 11 siblings, and over 30 nieces and nephews.

Donna Johnson

Administrative Assistant

Donna Johnson joined the Divine Mercy Care team in 2016—initially as a volunteer until January 2017, when she was hired as a part-time Administrative Assistant.   She has over ten years’ experience as an Administrative Assistant in both the corporate and government sectors, and 34 years of being a stay-at-home wife and mother.   Donna enjoys using her organizational skills for a mission that aligns with her personal beliefs.  Outside the office, Donna enjoys spending time with her family, solving puzzles, watching old movies, and crocheting; and welcomed her first grandchild in the summer of 2017.

Sharon Clark Chang

Communications Manager

Sharon Clark Chang is a tenth‐generation Virginian and an International Affairs/East Asian Studies graduate of The George Washington University. After an 18‐year career in domestic and foreign assignments with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Clandestine Services, she worked for a number of years with a national advocacy organization for American minority
groups. Still, later, she formed a one‐of‐a‐kind consultancy that served the corporate communications needs of minority‐owned small businesses. Currently, in her second term on the City of Fairfax Commission on the Arts, Sharon is the author of Escaped Alone: A Memoir of an Incomplete Southerner and is a longtime lector at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church. By those given to understatement, her interests are best characterized as countless, but with heavy emphasis on matters that involve communications and cultural diversity.