Colleen M. Kisel, Founder and CEO

Colleen's responsibilities include supervising all Foundation staff members; coordinating the distribution of "treasures" to thousands of children and teens who have been diagnosed with cancer nationwide; providing information about the Foundation to interested schools, churches, civic groups and members of the media; and soliciting support from donors. Her responsibilities require her to interact directly with both the employees and volunteers of the organization and to work with the Board of Directors to ensure the Foundation is functioning according to its mission statement and goals. In addition to managing the day-to-day functions of the organization, Colleen identifies and hosts events, makes frequent public appearances and implements comprehensive strategies that will raise public awareness of and ensure the future success of the Foundation. A successful author and dynamic public speaker, Colleen's passion for helping children and teens who have been diagnosed with cancer-which grew out of her experience as the mother of a cancer survivor-remains the driving force behind the success of the Treasure Chest Foundation.


Mary Nagle, Treasurer

Mary is the Treasurer of the Foundation and is responsible for its overall financial management. Her responsibilities include billing, invoicing, logging deposits, tax management, payroll and filing all financial reports required by the Foundation's accountants, auditors and Board of Directors.


Kimberly Perchez, Development Associate

Kimberly meets all of the physical labor requirements of the Foundation's warehouse by receiving incoming toy donations and subsequently organizing and assembling the treasures for shipment to the various children's cancer treatment centers served by the Foundation.


Martin Kisel, Administrative Support Associate

In addition to assisting with toy pickups and deliveries, Martin's expanding role with the Foundation includes completing all of the graphic design work required to produce hundreds of Foundation brochures, fundraising letters, newsletters and email news announcements annually. Martin is rapidly becoming an expert at using computer software to produce a variety of finished pieces that meet the artistic and decorative communication needs of the organization and its many supporters/clients. Martin also serves as a spokesperson and makes public appearances on behalf of the Foundation.


Jane Perchez, Administrative Support Associate

Jane manages the Foundation's computer database by meticulously performing all database entry and reporting requirements. Her responsibilities include coordinating and preparing for meetings and other Foundation events; maintaining and updating calendars for the CEO and staff members; assembling mailings such as applications, community letters and Board member packets; and organizing and updating both electronic and hard copy filing systems in the Foundation's warehouse. Jane also assists the POTCF Founder/CEO in numerous additional office capacities.