There have been many changes at The LIME Foundation this year, including a few new team members. Please join us in welcoming them!
Star Brumfield, Program Director
Since 2006, Star has served over 400 nonprofit organizations through accounting services, member engagement, volunteer management, program development and grant writing.
Star was born and raised in northern California. She later graduated high school in Houston, Texas and went on to study accounting at the University of Houston. Star is a joyful mother, and she currently serves on the board of directors at Project Transformation Tennessee. She also volunteers for two nonprofit organizations in Nashville.
In her spare time, Star enjoys gardening, playing tennis, and spending time with her children and newest granddaughter. Her favorite book is “Little House in the Big Woods.”
Noah Ongart, Director of Development
During his career, Noah has helped impact fundraising campaigns for over 80 different nonprofits across five states, raising over $13M collectively.
Noah was born and raised in Michigan, where he received his BA in International Studies: Political Economy & Development from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. More recently, Noah received his “Credential of Readiness” certificate with High Honors from Harvard Business School Online.
As a teenager, Noah founded “Detroit Kids on Ice” – an organization that provided underprivileged youth in Detroit the opportunity to play hockey free of cost.
In his free time, Noah enjoys listening to audiobooks, hiking with his dogs, and playing hockey. His favorite book series is “A Song of Ice and Fire.”
David Johnson, Program Coordinator
For the past three years, David has been an advisor for youth and government. He has also been a member of several multi-city clubs and has served with the County of Sonoma – Human Resources.
David was born in Baltimore, Maryland and was raised in Los Angeles, California. He moved to Sonoma County in 2007, and he considers it his home. He received his Bachelor’s of Science from Arizona State where he is also working on his Master’s of Education. David also received his Certificate for Foundations in Virtual Instruction from the University of California, Irvine.
In his downtime, David enjoys weightlifting, skateboarding and reading. His (current) favorite book is the “Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz.