CVHR Board

Central Virginia Horse Rescue’s Board of Directors are made up of professionals and horse lovers all dedicated to our mission of rescuing and rehabilitating horses in the state of Virginia.

Meet the Board:

Molly Van Kampen, President – Molly has been a long time supporter of the rescue.  Molly is the current Chief Evangelist Officer at Greenshades Software.  She brings an expertise in business, fundraising and event planning.  Molly is a horse enthusiast and has enjoyed horseback riding with her family.

Jenna Calcaterra, Treasurer

Lauren Dwyer – Lauren started riding at nine years old and fell in love with the horse world. As a child and teen, she was an active Pony Club member and loved eventing. In college, she competed on Virginia Tech’s horse judging team, and then on the Virginia Tech Western Equestrian Team. She also volunteered regularly at the Virginia Tech Equine Breeding facility and continued to build her knowledge exploring the world of Quarter Horses and ISR Oldenburg sporthorses.  Lauren leads the Global Proposal Center of Excellence team at Gartner, Inc., and she brings her extensive experience in proposal management to help with grant opportunities. Lauren started her journey with CVHR as a volunteer before becoming an adopter. 

Shannon Adams – Shannon joined the CVHR board to manage the rescue’s special events.

Robert Hyland – Bob have been a lifelong resident of the Fredericksburg, VA area and following a 33 year career working in federal law enforcement retired in downtown Fredericksburg. A number of years ago, Bob and several friends started making an annual trip to Lexington, KY to attend the Fall Horse Races at Keeneland! Arriving on Thursday for the Saturday races, they spent Friday on the bourbon trail, while he visited various horse farms around Lexington! When visiting Claiborne Farm, he thought if I had an opportunity to volunteer at a horse farm in the Fredericksburg area I would pursue it! The opportunity presented itself in 2022 at Central Virginia Horse Rescue (CVHR), and he has been volunteering 3 days a week since.

Veterinary Advisory Board Member
Dr. Kathleen Moga