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Jessica oversees the day-to-day operations of the BSBAC and helps raise revenue by writing and submitting grant applications. She loves to engage with the community and enjoys chairing the annual Run for the Hills. Jessica grew up in Sweden, moved to France to train horses in 2001 and then on to the U.S. in 2003. When she is not spending time with her husband, Gaspar, and their 2 sons and 2 dogs, you can find her in the stable, riding and teaching dressage. Jessica’s undergraduate degree in Kinesiology opened several doors and she has, among other things, owned a Personal Training company and worked with Cardiac Rehabilitation patients. When her husband was stationed in Puerto Rico, she finished 2 online master’s degrees (Public Health and Business Administration), and organized several Kids Triathlons and other youth events. Jessica is passionate about helping those in need and loves working in a community that supports its residents. She believes that the BSBAC will continue to grow as more residents move into the community and sees it as the future “resource and activity hub” for everyone ages 55+.
With numerous years of nonprofit and administrative experience in her portfolio, DeLisa came to the BSBAC in 2018 and handles everything membership and rental related. She is also the brain behind our newest fundraiser, the Annual Bulverde BBQ Battle, which is held during the last weekend of February. DeLisa grew up in Yoakum and moved to San Antonio to attend UTSA. She enjoys crafts, tennis, spending time with her significant other, John, and their 3 kids and 3 dogs. Another passion is traveling and, although partial to the mountains, she enjoys any place with historic architecture. DeLisa has a nonprofit heart; not only does she volunteer in her spare time, she and John also started a nonprofit (Hearts with Cause) to help those in need. DeLisa loves the Mission of BSBAC and considers it an honor to be part of a team that helps foster a community that provides friendship, care, and support to not only our seniors, but those close to them.
As her title suggests, Reghan creates marketing material and coordinates several of our fundraising events. In addition to that, she is the brain behind our Festival of Trees event, keeps our social media accounts up to date and completely revamped our website. Reghan grew up in Montana where she met her husband, Brent. Because of Brent’s job, they lived in almost every corner of the U.S. (California, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, and New Jersey) before arriving in Texas. Reghan loves watching sports, especially when her children Max (baseball), Taylor (soccer) or Zoey (karate) participate. In her spare time, she enjoys crafts, music, hanging out with their 2 dogs, and all things colorful! Living so far away from their extended family, Reghan takes any opportunity she can to travel to Colorado and Montana to visit family and friends. When asked why she works at BSBAC, Reghan quickly replies that she loves the mission and the people. She is a very social person and really enjoys talking to, and learning more about, our members.
If you have had the pleasure to enjoy lunch at BSBAC or if you have volunteered as a Meals on Wheels driver, it is highly likely that you have run into Jean. She runs the day-to-day operation for the kitchen and schedules all our MOW drivers and kitchen volunteers. When Jean not busy at the center, she enjoys reading, eating, cooking, and exercising, and of course spend time with her family. Jean and her husband have been married for 28 years and 2 kids (16-year-old twins) as well as “Willis the Wonder Dog”. When it comes to traveling, anything with water will work; scuba diving in Grand Cayman, floating on the river, sitting on the beach, you name it… Jean loves to help people and was a MOW volunteer at BSBAC for 3 years before accepting her current position. Since she is passionate about helping those in need, who have a hard time helping themselves, her current position at BSBAC is a natural fit!
Although Beth was hired as a Community Outreach Coordinator in April, 2021, she is a long-time BSBAC supporter. She is happily married with three children (a son and twin daughters) and two fur babies (Pimms and Java). Beth has volunteered extensively in military family support groups, schools, and community organizations along with working in the medical and home health service field for the past twenty years. In 2017, a military relocation brought the family from England to the great State of Texas. You may not know that Beth is actually a trained chef specializing in Thai/Asian cuisine and was raised within the food service industry. She loves to travel, shop for antiques/home decor, and learn about different cultures and cuisines. Her favorite part about working at the BSBAC is that it allows her to do all the things she’s truly passionate about; community outreach, feeding people, and helping them find the resources they need.
Todd joined the BSBAC team in 2019. His official title is Bus Driver, but we lovingly call him our Transportation Manager because he handles everything bus related. Todd was born in Salt Lake City but grew up south California with 3 brothers and 1 sister. Todd and his wife, Kelly, have 4 children (2 daughters and 2 sons). His hobbies include fishing, shooting, building scale models, and of course engage in a friendly banter with the BSBAC staff! He loves driving the bus and enjoys interacting with both his everyday riders and the “day trippers”.