Founding Mentor Profiles

Lori Wild, Founder / President

Randee Henry,Co-Founder / Treasurer

Ms. RanDee Henry is no new face to the basketball community. Born and raised in Detroit RanDee graduated with honors from Renaissance High School where she lettered in three sports. Accepting a basketball scholarship to the University of Detroit Mercy in 2000 where she earned a spot on the MAC All New Comer Team, First Team All Conference, and All Tournament Team. After her sophomore year she transferred to the University of Nevada Las Vegas. After sitting out for a red shirt transfer year, once back out on the court she was named the Mountain West Conference New Comer of the year, twice First Team All Conference, All American Honorable Mention, and twice voted as the best athlete in Las Vegas. In her college career she scored over 1,600 points and grabbed over 800 rebounds placing herself in the record books at both Universities. In 2005, she earned her degree in Communications TV/Radio and then went on to start her professional basketball career in the top women’s divisions in Spain, Greece, Turkey, and Israel. In her six years as a Professional Women’s Basketball Player she led several leagues in scoring and rebounding along with other accolades in addition to pursuing her Master degree in Business Administration. RanDee currently works as a Team Leader at a major insurance company, referees high school and college basketball and serves as a fitness and nutrition coach providing online programs. With playing the game of basketball behind her she is now focused on giving back to her community through the game of basketball and her passion in health and fitness.

Caitlin Murphy, Secretary

Caitlin is an emerging community development practitioner with experience in grant and operational management related to place-based neighborhood initiatives in Detroit. She is a Director of the 2019 Humanity in Action Detroit Fellowship and works locally alongside 20+ non-profit organizations. She has participated in numerous fellowships including ULI’s Larson Center for Leadership and Economic Justice Alliance of Michigan (EJAM). She holds professional degrees from the University of Michigan and University of Detroit Mercy.

Kelsey Hubbell, Member

Kelsey Hubbell is a lifelong Detroit resident and passionate community organizer. A graduate from Wayne State University, Hubbell owns a consulting firm Roots to Rise Detroit, an agency committed to connecting Detroit businesses and nonprofits with the nuanced history and diverse communities within the city. She has worked with many youth-focused nonprofits and firmly believes in the power that team sports and mentorship have in developing strong, passionate, and hardworking adults.

OPEN SPOT, Member