Tim is the Director of Communications at the Youth Leadership Institute. Tim is a Fresno native, a former journalism instructor at Fresno Pacific University, and has served as a founding board member at Fresnoland since 2018.
BoNhia Lee is a communications specialist at Fresno State writing about student and faculty success, research and other university accomplishments. She was previously a journalist for 15 years, most recently with The Fresno Bee. BoNhia contributed to The Bee’s “Living in Misery,” special report on substandard housing that launched citywide debate in Fresno, California, and earned a George F. Gruner Award for public service. In 2020, she was a contributor to “Staring Down the Tiger: Stories of Hmong American Women,” an anthology about Hmong women, their identity and breaking through cultural barriers. Born and raised in Syracuse, New York, BoNhia graduated from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
She is married with three children.
Christine is the executive director of Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries. She is a Fresno native and joined the Fresnoland board of directors in 2021.
Danielle Fox uses she/her pronouns and is currently an MLIS student at UCLA, focusing on how public libraries can contribute to and strengthen hyperlocal mutual aid networks and information ecosystems. Previously, she worked as the Community Engagement Editor at USC Annenberg’s Center for Health Journalism, where she worked with California journalists and their partnering newsrooms who had Fellowships with the Center to create community engagement plans alongside their investigative and enterprise reporting projects. Formerly, Danielle worked for NPR member stations, including Philadelphia’s WHYY and San Bernardino’s KVCR, as a Morning Edition producer/reporter, community engagement producer, and youth media instructor. Danielle also does mutual aid volunteer work with Street Watch LA with and for unhoused neighbors in Los Angeles’s Mid-City Area.