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Executive Leadership

Board of Directors

As a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization, Moji Coffee + More is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, who are charged with executing the Moji Coffee Mission in alignment with our Vision Statement. 

Board Members also lead our six Working Committees; Finance, Personnel/Ops, Facilities/IT, Fundraising, Product, and Marketing, with the support of other Board Members and community volunteers.

Charles Reitz


Originally from Orlando, Florida, Charles first moved to Winston-Salem in 1990.  He has spent the last 12 years as a Global Procurement Manager at Bank of America.  Father of two “neurodiverse” teens.  Both he and his wife, Stephanie, have been active in the Winston-Salem special needs community for almost two decades.

Dana Alley

Vice Chairman

Founder and Chief Executive Officer at A Bridge To Achievement, a Winston-Salem agency which provides child development skills assessments and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs.

Lori Flinchum


Financial Manager at the SECU Family House in Winston-Salem.

Carla Green


A native Washingtonian, who has resided in Winston Salem for the past 10 years, Carla is a Qualified Professional (QP), who has worked with individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health/substance use disorders for over 20 years. Carla has her Bachelor in Behavioral Analysis Science and recently attained her Masters in Addiction Studies.

Charles Alley


Christy Davis


Christy Davis has called Winston-Salem home since 1998.  She and her husband Cecil have 4 daughters and one crazy Labradoodle.  Christy works part time at Redeemer Presbyterian Church . In her free time she enjoys reading , drinking really good MOJI coffee and having lots of fun with family and friends .

Philip (Opie) Kirby


A Winston-Salem native, but who has spent 8 years living in Europe. After a brief stint in college in Ohio, he returned home and started working in a restaurant.  He then owned a restaurant for 5 years before opening Finnigan's Wake Irish Pub in 2006.

Opie joined the MOJI board in October 2018 and has been an invaluable Trade Street neighbor from day-one.

David Mullen


David is the President of The Variable, an award-winning advertising agency in Winston-Salem.  David has kindly hosted hundreds of hours of Moji Coffee Board meetings over the past few years.

Lanie Pope


Lanie Pope, a native of Greenville, SC, joined the WXII 12 team as Chief Meteorologist in 2001.  Lanie has always had a passion for giving back to the community and has a special passion for the Moji Coffee mission.  Lanie and her husband Brian have two sons, Kenan and Heath.  They enjoy spending timing outdoors as a family - hiking, camping, riding bikes, playing sports and attending sporting events.


Bailey Liipfert, III


Bailey Liipfert, III of Winston-Salem, North Carolina is firm principal of Liipfert Law Group, PLLC. Bailey is a Certified Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation and by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. His practice focuses on elder law, disability planning, estate planning and fiduciary administration of special needs trusts.

Kimberly Lambert


A long-standing Winston-Salem community advocate, joyfully blurring the lines that divide us.

Matthew James


Matthew James - Director of Operations, Horizons Residential Care Center, Rural Hall, NC.

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