Who We Are

Officers and Directors


Rebecca Keller is the President and Executive Director and Chair of the Board of Directors of The WunderGlo Foundation. Rebecca was a Commercial Real Estate Appraiser for Chase Bank and had worked in the field for nearly 30 years. Rebecca attended the University of California at Irvine where she studied psychology and economics. By far, her greatest life achievement occurred back in December 1981 when Rebecca proudly became the mother of the future WunderGlo, Gloria Borges. Being Gloria’s mother has always been Rebecca’s most significant and rewarding role in life. Although “ultimate pride” has always been the badge she has worn over the past 30+ years, nothing could have prepared Rebecca for the extreme pride and daily inspiration that WunderGlo brought to the table at her immediate cancer diagnosis in September-2010. As Executive Director, Rebecca is honored and proud to carry on Gloria’s Legacy, is committed to the goals set forth to stomp out colorectal cancer through the Wunder Project, is devoted to the “personal” support of cancer patients and their families, and is determined to continue the development and growth of The Gloria Borges WunderGlo Foundation. Rebecca is a leader who embodies the laser focus of this organization.


Timothy Caballero is the Treasurer and a Director of The WunderGlo Foundation. Mr. Caballero is a Rights Counsel for NBC Universal and was formerly an attorney at O’Melveny & Myers LLP. He attended the University of Michigan Law School, graduating in 2007 with cum laude honors and receiving top honors as the recipient of the Certificate of Merit in Copyright Law. Mr. Caballero earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy at Yale University in 2003. Mr. Caballero has demonstrated a commitment to community service and leadership activities for much of his educational and professional career. In law school, Mr. Caballero was an Associate Editor for the Michigan Law Review, a member of the Faculty Hiring Committee for the law school’s student senate, and was a member of the Admissions & Faculty Hiring Committee for Michigan’s LGBT group, OUTLAWS. Mr. Caballero continued his commitment to community service while at O’Melveny, serving as one of the founding members of the firm’s Community Involvement Committee, which furthers the firm’s core values by creating opportunities for members of the Los Angeles office to get involved in the local community. Along with Ms. Borges, Mr. Caballero served as the 2010 co-chair of O’Melveny’s annual Diversity Day, an event designed to raise awareness and celebrate all forms of diversity within the firm and worldwide community.


Tracy Scott is a Director and Secretary of The WunderGlo Foundation. Tracy Scott is a Manager in O’Melveny & Myers’ Information Technology Department and is based in the Los Angeles office. Tracy joined O’Melveny in 2000 as a User Support Specialist, but was quickly promoted through the ranks, taking on the manager role in 2011. She leads the entire Los Angeles-based team in handling the day-to-day technology needs of O’Melveny’s largest office, but is best known for her crisis management skills. Tracy serves on several committees within the Firm, mentors an O’Melveny Elementary School student, and provides around-the-clock support to O’Melveny lawyers and staff from around the globe.


Heinz-Josef Lenz, M.D., is on the Board of Directors of The WunderGlo Foundation. Heinz-Josef Lenz, M.D., FACP, is the Associate Director for Clinical Research and Co-Leader of the Gastrointestinal Cancers Program at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Lenz is Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine, Section Head of GI Oncology in the Division of Medical Oncology and Co-Director of the Colorectal Center at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Dr. Lenz received his medical degree from Johannes-Gutenberg Universität in Mainz, Germany, in 1985. He completed a residency in Hematology and Oncology at the University Hospital Tübingen in Germany, a clerkship in Oncology at George Washington University in Washington, DC, and a clerkship in Hematology at Beth Israel Hospital of Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. He served subsequent fellowships in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. An active researcher, Dr. Lenz focuses on topics including the regulation of gene expression involved in drug resistance, patients at high risk of developing colorectal cancer, and determination of carcinogenesis, methods of early detection, and better surveillance of these cancers. He is a member of several professional societies, including the American Association for Cancer Research, the American Gastroenterology Association, and the National Society of Genetic Counselors. He also serves on the National Advisory Board of a number of professional organizations. Dr. Lenz is the author of numerous peer-reviewed publications and invited papers, reviews, and editorials. He also serves as Co-Chair of the GI Committee and Correlative Science Committee for SWOG. He is a member of the NCI Task Force for Gastroesophageal Cancer, the NCI Steering Committee and the NCI Translational Science Committee. In addition to having an NCI-funded laboratory, he was a recipient of the ASCO Young Investigator Award, the ASCO Career Development Award, and the STOP Cancer Career Development Award. He has been listed in the Best Doctors’ database (www.bestdoctors.com) since 2003. As Associate Director for Clinical Research, Dr. Lenz oversees the programming activities of the Gastrointestinal Cancers, Genitourinary Cancers, Women’s Cancers, and Leukemia and Lymphoma Programs.


Fram Virjee is a Director of the WunderGlo Foundation. Fram is currently the Executive Vice Chancellor, General Counsel, and Chief Legal Officer for the California State University, which with a system of 23-campuses across California, 450,000 students and 45,000 employees, is the largest university in the world. He is also secretary to the Board of Trustees. Fram is also the co-founder and administrator of Yambi Rwanda (aka Embrace Rwanda) a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of Rwandans through local initiatives involving clean water, educational scholarship, micro-financing, and supporting women’s centers and cooperatives. Fram met Gloria at O’Melveny & Myers, where he was a partner in the Labor & Employment Department, was the Chair of the Labor & Employment Department, Secretary to the Firm’s Management Committee, served as the Firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Parner and Parner in Charge of Lateral Recruting, and also Chaired the Firm’s summer program for its Los Angeles office. Fram’s tenure at O’Melveny spanned 28-years. Fram’s friendship, love, and commitment to both Gloria and WunderGlo, in addition to the wealth of his own personal experience and achievements, make him the perfect addition to our board of directors. He is proud, honored, and excited to serve in this capacity and to carry on Gloria’s visionary mission that she set forth for The WunderGlo Foundation.


Owner and CFO/President of Barefoot Dreams® Inc., Stan Cook is a businessman and UCLA graduate who continues to expand the company that his beloved wife, Annette Leslie (Seifert) Cook founded and launched in 1994. Annette originally set out to create a precious line of children’s products embracing her design philosophy, a collection that was both elegant and soothing to the senses, seeking out the silkiest washable satins and coziest knits in an array of lovely and reassuring colors. Annette then met and married the love of her life, Stan Cook in 1997. Together, they grew their company and their lives in Malibu, with their sons: Grayson, Chase, and Preston. In 2003, Oprah Winfrey named Barefoot Dreams as one of her “Favorite Things”. With the outstanding success of their first product, the Signature Receiving Blanket, Barefoot Dreams® became a nationally recognized brand, featured in numerous publications and television programs. The Barefoot Dreams® collection today features a variety of soft and luxurious blankets and throws, newborn, toddler and kids wear and chic lounge wear and apparel for adults including sumptuous spa style robes that are featured in 5-Star Resorts and Spas and are top sellers at department and specialty stores. In September of 2009, Stan’s beloved wife, Annette was diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer. She began treatment with Dr. Lenz at USC and one year later, fate led Annette to a young 28-year old Stage IV colon cancer patient, named Gloria Borges, the founder of The WunderGlo Foundation. Through their friendship, remarkable bond, and mutual admiration, Gloria and Annette found strength and their mutual respect and support, while enduring the trial by fire of cancer treatment, resulted in a friendship unlike any. To honor her incredible spirit, Gloria chose Annette to be the first recipient of a Cancer Warrior Award at The WunderGlo Foundation’s inaugural Gala in June 2012. When Annette passed away on December 29, 2012, Gloria vowed to keep Annette’s legacy of hope, strength, and courage alive by dedicating The Wunder Project’s moving documentary in her memory, by initiating the Annette Cook Memorial Fund for which 100% of donations will fund the first research platform of the Wunder Project’s groundbreaking approach to the cure, and in September 2013, Gloria took great pride in renaming the Foundation’s annual gala after Annette Cook. In May 2013, through his own significant friendship with Gloria, Stan Cook proudly became a Director of The WunderGlo Foundation. He took it upon himself to dedicate the proceeds from their “Covered in Prayer” Collection, a product line that brings comfort both physically and spiritually, to this organization’s capital campaign: The Wunder Project. As Annette created this line of products while finding her own inspiration in her fight against cancer, Stan’s dedication to give back to a community that supported her was realized. Stan continues to expand the Barefoot Dreams brand by opening their first location in Japan in September of 2015 and by featuring their products at a higher volume through QVC. Stan is dedicated to spotlighting The WunderGlo Foundation in conjunction with the Covered In Prayer Collection and with new inspirational blankets to bring the focused attention to our highly important goals set forth. Stan is proud to serve as a Director of The Gloria Borges WunderGlo Foundation and is committed to assisting in funding The Wunder Project, in our mission to ultimately find the cure for colon cancer in honor of his beloved wife, Annette.


Debbie Krzyzewski is Director of External Relations with Duke University Men’s Basketball and originally joined the staff in 2002 as the primary fundraiser for Duke’s sports performance research facility, The K Lab. Debbie is responsible for all special events involving the team within the Duke and Durham communities while maintaining the relationships with The Duke Children’s Hospital, The Emily K Center, and The Jimmy V Foundation. As Director of the Legacy Fund, Savarino is part of a fundraising team that has 41 active partners and has raised more than $115 million for the program. This team has fully endowed the basketball program to include all player scholarships and coaching positions. Monies raised have also built and maintained the facilities used by the program. Savarino also works hand in hand with Duke Corporate Education and Fuqua School of Business as a designer and facilitator for corporate events based on team work and leadership skills. These programs have been implemented by some of the world’s top corporations. A 1993 Duke graduate with a degree in Sociology, Savarino is active in the Durham community serving on the board at the Emily K Center and volunteering with the Duke Children’s Hospital. Debbie and her husband, Peter have four children, Joey, Michael, Carly and Emmie. Debbie has pledged her dedication to WunderGlo and is committed to merging two uniquely different teams in Duke Men’s Basketball and The WunderGlo Foundation to help in all aspects of elevating the Foundation and moving closer to achieving the goals at hand.


Amanda “Mandy” Lem is currently the Administrative Assistant and College Counseling Assistant/Registrar at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Canada, CA. She will be leaving her post there in June of 2016 to take on the position of College Counseling Associate at Flintridge Preparatory School. Mandy met Gloria the summer before their 8th grade year at a leadership camp, but became truly bonded with Gloria through attending Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, Class of 2000. Mandy was honored to become involved with The WunderGlo Foundation from the beginning and became an Advisory Board member and the Assistant Secretary to the Foundation in 2015. Mandy is the mother of a very active and adorable son, John, who will be her plus one to many kid-friendly events for the Foundation.


Jana Downing is a Creative Director with more than 15 years of experience supporting clients from various industries including Federal and State governments and the private industry. A versatile graphic designer with unique style, Jana works to enhance WunderGlo’s marketing presence through social media and direct marketing efforts. Jana is also a Stage 4 Colon Cancer survivor herself, who, as a founder of two Facebook support groups, has worked directly with many other patients supporting them on their treatment path.