Board of Directors





Heidi Wieser (Founder)

Me-One founder Heidi Wieser has spent a lifetime as a caregiver. In addition to serving family members with cancer, Heidi has worked as an oncology nurse for 25 years. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Arizona and a nursing degree from the College of Marin. The Me-One Foundation and Camp Wieser are Heidi’s vision and her passion. Creating a port of peace for cancer patients and their families has fulfilled a dream for Heidi and her entire family.

Christine Gearing

Christine Gearing (President)

Christine, newly elected Me-One president, gets her passion for volunteering genetically from her never-say-no father, Dave. She was originally inspired to join the Me-One Foundation board as treasurer after seeing first-hand the power of camp as a family host. Her background in budget management has helped keep the foundation’s accounts in good standing. As president, Christine is looking forward to building on the success of past president’s work and is excited to expand the Me-One network of supporters even more. In her spare time, Christine is an interior designer, happy golfer and completes an annual half marathon or two. But, as she says, “I walk really fast – so I don’t have to run!”


Kat Maudru

Kat Maudru (Vice President & Public Affairs Director)

Kat has spent nearly a quarter century on the radio airwaves as a morning show host and news anchor. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s degree in broadcast communication arts & news journalism from California State University, San Francisco. Kat has long used her communication, journalism and people skills to support a number of nonprofits as a board member, volunteer and event master of ceremonies.

 Janice Hong

Janice Hong (Recording Secretary)

My name is Janice Hong and I have lived in Roseville for fifteen years. I have been married to my husband Dave for 23 years and we have three kids, Brittany, Brandon, and Makayla.  I love being involved with charity organizations because my family has been so blessed and we feel there is no better satisfaction than giving back to others in our community. I am so excited to work with the Me-One Foundation as acting Secretary.

Erica Reethof

Erika Reethof (Corresponding Secretary & Key Stakeholder Liaison)

Erika joined the Me-One family as a camp host in 2015 and, with her contagious smile and servant’s heart, has continued her commitment to our mission as a board member. Her personal connection to Me-One Foundation was driven by the difficult loss of her childhood best friend and sister to cancer. Erika landed in California after a 13 year career in the hotel business and considers “hospitality” her middle name. She uses these skills in her own interior design business and in giving back to her community. As a previous CASA worker and mission worker in orphanages in Romania, she loves bringing joy to families in need. Erika lives life with gusto while entertaining and cooking for friends and family with her husband and two dogs in Roseville. She looks forward to pouring her enthusiasm and creativity into the Me-One Foundation.

John Burke

John Burke (Camp Director)


John, a three-time Camp Wieser camper and a pancreatic cancer patient, serves on the board of directors as the voice of the patient. In addition to his experience as a Camp Wieser attendee, John also brings to the board more than 15 years of event planning and marketing experience including seven years with Disney. John earned his bachelor of science degree in business with a marketing emphasis from California State University, Long Beach, and currently works as an outside sales representative for one of the leading manufacturers in the flooring industry. John is also active in his church and serves as a part of the Men’s Ministry leadership team.

Kelly Peterson

Kelly Peterson (Communications Director)

Kelly’s first experience with the Me-One Foundation was to shadow the current Arts & Craft Director for Camp Wieser in 2014. After attending her first camp, she quickly realized all of the amazing opportunities there were for volunteers to help and support the campers and their families. With her background encompassing many forms of art and community service, the Me-One Foundation was the perfect fit. Kelly has owned Layers of Color, a Decorative Painting and Interior Design business, since 2003 in the Roseville area. She has served a number of years on non-profit boards and been very involved in various community service projects. She enjoys hiking, traveling and teaching art classes. Kelly joined the Board of Directors in February, 2016 and looks forward to many years of supporting Me-One and helping it grow.

Advisory Board

Shawn Habermehl

Shawn Habermehl (Advisory Board Member)

Shawn, former president of the Me-One Foundation’s board of directors, brings energy, excitement and passion to all of her life’s roles. A long-time volunteer in area schools and community events, Shawn was connected to Me-One when she volunteered to be Camp Wieser’s photographer. She was hooked. Shawn also brings her sales and marketing career experience to the foundation, skills she learned working in sales for several national corporations after graduating from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Today, Shawn owns and operates Shawn Habermehl Photography, an outdoor portrait company that captures precious moments in the lives of families and high school seniors.

Joshua Fronk MD

Joshua Fronk, DO (Advisory Board Member)

Dr. Fronk is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University. He works full time as a palliative medicine and supportive oncology physician at the Stanford Cancer Institute, a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, and has responsibilities as medical director for outpatient palliative medicine in ambulatory care. He is excited to be a part of the Me-One Foundation and its efforts to improve quality of life of families affected by cancer.

Joshua Fronk MD

Emily Wieser (Advisory Board Member)

Emily has been volunteering with the Me-One Foundation since her family first started the organization in 2006. She maintains a bachelors degree from the University of Arizona and her Juris Doctor from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Emily is looking forward to taking on a more active role with Me-One as an Advisory Board Member and is eager to continue fulfilling her families’ dream of helping families affected by cancer.

Steve Siegel

Steve Siegel (Advisory Board Member)

Steve Siegel’s role on the Me-One team is corporate outreach, in search of sponsors and major donors through introducing the remarkable transformations he witnessed at Camp Wieser. Steve’s first experience at Camp was in 2014 as a Family Host which left him with a new appreciation of the necessity for retreats like ours. When the Me-One Foundation invited him to join their Advisory Board to help raise funds to expand the scope and reach of the Foundation even more, he jumped at the chance. If you are a corporation or entity interested in hearing how you can support Me-One, please email Steve at