About Us

Meet our Directors

Jason Derscheid

Jason Derscheid
Executive Director

Jason Derscheid was born and raised in a small farming community in south central Minnesota called Kenyon. He went on to study at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA where he completed a self-designed major titled Music Industry Studies. Jason has served the public in the nonprofit sector for 13 years beginning with the Boy Scouts of America in New Orleans and later in San Antonio, TX. His professional career then took him to Dallas, TX to work for the national office for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, later serving as the Executive Director for the North Texas and then South Texas affiliates. Jason’s most recent nonprofit work was back in San Antonio with the HeartGift Foundation flying in children from around the world in need of life saving open heart surgeries not available in their country.

Jason is an avid outdoorsman and sports fan. He enjoys backpacking, hiking, trail running, and fishing. It is rare for Jason to miss a New Orleans Saints football game. He is very excited that his 3 year old son Jaxon has embraced the Who Dat Nation as well.

Mike Slough

Mike Slough
Operations Director

Mike Slough is a retired educator who loves people and their stories. He has a close-knit relationship with CRRC as a whole, as well as many of its regular staff members. Mike was a volunteer basketball coach for the Spurs Youth Basketball League at the Rec Center for more than 10 years. He served on the CRRC Board for three years and worked as the assistant manager in the Thrift Store for three years before being asked to move into the newly created Operations Director position. When he’s not eating, sleeping and breathing CRRC, he’s working on his first novel.
Maureen Schein

Maureen Schein
Development Director

A former journalist and PR contractor, Maureen tends the website, the CRRC Chronicle, the capital campaign, the Big Give SA, and other fundraising, while assisting with volunteer acquisition. After 10 years as Resource Program Director with CRRC, she moved over to Development full-time in January. She rides 35-50 miles a week, and enjoys dancing with her husband – when they’re not visiting their grandchildren.

She also serves on the Compliance & Capability Committee for the San Antonio Food Bank, was secretary for the county’s Communications Committee, served on the Mental Health Task Force for Comal County, is a member of the Canyon Lake Area Blue Star Mothers, and was honored as the Assistant Governor of the Year for the Rotary District for 2014 and Lt. Governor of the Year for 2015.

Camille Cooper

Camille Cooper

Resource Program Director

Camille came to CRRC in 2019 to tend the Resource Program. She oversees the food pantry, the financial assistance for families in crisis, coordinates the Meals on Wheels drivers.

She has degrees in Elementary Education, Special Education, and also homeschooled her three children. She enjoys swing dancing with her husband to live music in local venues and historic dancehalls.

Patti Moreno

Board of Directors

President – Max Hosford
Vice President – Tom Meyer
Treasurer – Doug Carver
Secretary – Bruce Glover

Members at Large:

Grant Farris
Diane Schaule
Art Seago
Jerry Sneary

“I’m proud to be a part of an organization that does so much for the community. As a whole, it has a good heart; and that is because of the individuals that are committed to its mission – both staff and volunteers.”

Diane Schaule, CRRC Advisory Board

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CRRC expressly prohibits any form of unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local law.