Meet Our Team

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Dontae Lartigue

Native of the Peninsula and was raised in East Palo Alto for the first few years of his life. He entered cared at a very early age and has lived most of his life in San Jose in shelters, group homes and various foster placements. Fortunately for Dontae, he had mentors that invested in him. After graduating from high school, Dontae went on to receive his Associates Degree in Liberal Arts/Social and Behavioral Sciences from DeAnza College. He then went on to receive his Bachelors Degree in Psychology from San Jose State University. Dontae plans to continue furthering his education by attending a local graduate school to pursue a Masters Degree in Nonprofit Management.


Molly Orsburn
Operations Manager

Molly has a passion for helping foster youth and other vulnerable populations, stemming from her own experiences aging out of the child welfare system. Her extensive work experience began as a youth through nonprofit volunteer work and eventually an internship with California Youth Connection, and her passion continued to blossom from there.  She has experience supporting diverse vulnerable populations from mental health, child welfare, and nonprofit sectors and focuses on reinforcing self-confidence and helping others find a voice.  Molly has experience with navigating a variety of community and foster youth specific resources which supported her in completing her Associates Degree in Social & Behavioral Sciences from Gavilan College, and moving forward to obtain her Bachelors in Child & Adolescent Development with a Family & Community Focus from San Jose State University, all while graduating debt free.  Molly looks forward to assisting youth from our community in discovering, exploring and pursuing their dreams and aspirations.

Board of Directors

Ty Thompson, M.A.Ed.
Board of Directors/Co-Founder

Over 20 years of experience working directly with under resourced youth populations. He has counseled youth in various settings, including, juvenile halls and ranches, homeless youth shelters, group homes, drop-in youth centers, and has also facilitated special education classes. Additionally, he’s been involved in creating collaborative betterment programs for current and former foster youth in Santa Clara County, and after doing in internship in 2002 while attending college, he became involved in mentoring young men as part of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program. He looks forward to continuing to have an impact on the lives of youth impacted by public systems.

Stephanie Williams, Ph.D.
Board of Directors

Dr. Stephanie Williams is a licensed psychologist who received her Masters of Arts in Forensic Psychology and her Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. She has worked in the government sector as a psychologist focusing on the evidenced based treatment of incarcerated persons. She specialized in suicide risk, forensic evaluations and personality assessment of ethnic minorities. She joined RTB in order to assist with the mission of helping displaced foster youth achieve their highest potential through relationships, with a unique focus on promoting positive psychological health

Jennifer Kelleher Cloyd, JD
Board of Directors

Chief Program Officer at the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, the largest legal services organization in Santa Clara County. She helped establish Advocates for Young Adults, a collaborative program in Sacramento County to assist youth transitioning out of the foster care system. In 2006, Jennifer became a Certified Child Welfare Law Specialist as recognized by the National Association of Counsel for Children. Jennifer has presented at international, national, state, and local conferences and has served as faculty for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy in multiple trainings around the country. In 2014, she was selected as one of Silicon Valley’s most influential women by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Chad Bojorquez
Board of Directors

Chad is a mission-driven change agent dedicated to ending homelessness. As a volunteer, he was awarded the Silver Bowl Award from the Junior League of San Jose, the Community Quarterback Award from the San Francisco 49ers, and Bank of America’s Local Hero Award in 2011. As a case manager at InnVision, he crafted his approach helping women and families toward self-sufficiency through homelessness prevention and rapid re-housing. Chad also played a critical role in the growth of Downtown Streets Team in terms of size, scope, impact and geography. Over five years, he helped craft a whatever-it-takes approach to case management and employment services, co-founded a social enterprise as a living-wage job creation platform, and launched an East Bay branch of the organization. The Golden State Warriors and the San Jose mayor’s office named Chad as their 2015 Champion in the Community. Chad is a senior fellow of American Leadership Forum, a graduate of Leadership San Jose, a two-time Most Valuable Player in the international sport power soccer, and holds a bachelor’s degree in business psychology from Palo Alto University.

Steve Winchell
Board of Directors

Steve Winchell has over 20 years of leadership positions in Research and Development (R&D) with large multi-national Consumer Packaged Goods companies such as Clorox and the Honest Company. Currently, Steve is the Executive Vice President, Operations and R&D for the Honest Company since June 2022 where he is responsible for further integrating their supply chain and R&D processes. Steve has a B.S. in Chemistry and a M.S. in Chemical Engineering that he utilizes to further his passion for addressing consumer problems and advocating for plant-based solutions. Steve has been on Razing The Bar’s Board of Directors since 2021, where he continues to provide a further positive impact in his community by advocating for stability, success, and resources for underserved populations.