Susan Davis, PhD
Susan Davis, Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist in practice for the past twenty years. She has worked with individuals, couples, and families, first in California and then on Kaua’i beginning in 2012. Listening to her patients’ stories and working with her high school-age stepdaughter moved her to found The Bridge: Kaua’i to College in May of 2016. Prior to becoming a psychologist, she worked as an Administrator and Assistant Dean for Stanford University. Drawing on her experience in educational administration and family therapy, she serves as President of The Bridge.
Tisa is a retired Lockheed Martin Business analyst with nearly 30 years of planning, coordination, and financial experience. In 2006, she transferred to PMRF enabling her to achieve her life long dream of living in Hawaiʻi. Tisa worked on various "Star Wars" projects ultimately concluding with the now deployed THAAD program and utilizes her project management experience to perform the Treasurer duties for The Bridge.
Tory O’Malley has worked in the healing arts since 1978. Since coming to Kaua'i in 1999, she has worked as a Licensed Massage Therapist, Life Coach, Wedding/Vow Renewal officiant, and Body Talk practitioner. She brings her commitment to healing and wholeness to the youth of Kauaʻi, serving on the Bridge Board of Directors since its inception in 2016 and as our first mentor. In addition to her current role as a mentoring peer lead, she is the Board Secretary.
Kevin McPhee, originally from the island of Bermuda, is a hospitality and education professional. Kevin received his Masters degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Cornell University, and has held various executive management positions in the hotel, resort, private club, and restaurant industries. Kevin has also been involved with the field of education through University of Phoenix for 10 years. He currently serves as a substitute at local schools and as a business school lecturer at Kauaʻi Community college. Kevin's love for both Kauaʻi and the education and growth of island kids was what attracted him to The Bridge, where he is a mentor and board member for The Bridge.
Dainard Spore is teaching pastor at Kauai Christian Fellowship. Utilizing his speaking skills he first honed as a student in the Communications department at UC Santa Barbara, Dainard has been a large part of founding a large, vibrant and exciting community of faith on the south side of Kauaʻi. Prior to “settling down” into the ministry, he gained valuable life experience by living out of a backpack for over ten years while traveling, surfing, and adventuring all over the planet. Dain brings both energy and expertise to media and event planning, while his role as a pastor and board member means puts him uniquely in touch with both island youth and families.