Kelvin Pierce founded the Divine Child Foundation to further his passion for the forgotten children of Georgia and other countries. Kelvin had an opportunity to live in Georgia for about a month in 1996 while adopting two baby girls. He learned first hand how precious our children are and that not all of children are allowed the same opportunities for joy and happiness. Recently, Kelvin had the opportunity to visit Georgia again to assess the needs of Georgia’s forgotten children and is currently actively involved in working to make a difference in their lives.
Kelvin and his wife also own and operate a nationally recognized and award-winning design/build remodeling firm in Vienna, VA.
Susan C. Pierce
Susan Pierce is a member of the Board of Directors of the Divine Child Foundation. She has owned and served as Senior Architect of Commonwealth Home Remodelers, Inc., an award-winning design-build architecture and remodeling company located in Vienna, Virginia, since 1989.
Susan graduated from Virginia Tech in 1986 with a Bachelor of Architecture. She served her internship at the international firm of Skidmore Owings and Merrill and obtained her Architectural License in 1989.
Susan has served on construction industry and church boards and often contributes to local and national publications related to the construction industry.
Her interests include business strategy, spending time with her large extended family, participating in many sports, and traveling.
Lali Tsertsvadze is a member of the Georgian Psychoanalytical Psychotherapeutic Society. She is child and adolescent psychotherapist. Since 2011, she has been a founder of the “Divine Child Foundation of Georgia” (DCFG), and since 2020, she has been the Executive Director of DCFG.
“I believe that every child deserves to have a happy childhood, and that’s what I strive to provide through my work with the Divine Child Foundation of Georgia. Together with my team, we work with neglected and abused children, helping them overcome the challenges they face and making their lives more colorful and happy. We also collaborate with their parents and environment to ensure their well-being. Every project we undertake is unique and requires different approaches, but I put all of my resources into making a positive impact in the lives of these young individuals.”