The Board of Directors
The Blues Against Hunger Society relies on the experience, vision and leadership of its Board of Directors to provide the organization with responsible governance and bolster its efforts to promote blues music and fight hunger. The Blues Against Hunger Society is governed by growing International Board of Directors made up of recognized leaders across many areas of expertise. They represent the broad diversity of our membership and contribute significant amounts of time, talent, and energy to further the mission of the organization.
Sixx has been producing events in the United States and Mexico for over 30 years.
"Sweet" Rachel Pack has been been a driving force of BAHS and the catalyst that holds it together.
Founder of Rosarito Living Facebook Group, Baja California's largest English language community group.
Co-Founder of Heart of Baja, a non-profit organization feeding and providing for 23+ orphanages, homes and individuals from Tijuana to Ensenada.
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Mopar has been performing throughout southern California and Baja California with various artists for years. He's been called the "blues spokesman".
Michele is known as the Queen of Steam and has been performing through southern California and Baja California for years and has performed at more Baja festivals than any other blues artists. She is a 12x San Diego Music Awards nominee as well as "BEST SELF-PRODUCED CD" Final 4 Blues Foundation Int'l Blues Challenge, NOMINATED "BEST BLUES ALBUM" San Diego Music Awards, 1st PLACE WINNER Blues Lovers United of San Diego's Regional IBC
Charlie joined the team during the BAHS Baja Tour when he and his wife Karen became huge assets to the tour. Charlie is the 2019 San Felipe Chapter Director.
Joyce Reid Lawrence
Joyce has been a supporter of BAHS since its inception and has joined the team for the 2019 Season Kickoff. She is bringing her banking and accounting knowledge to BAHS.
Richard "Dick" Cadger
San Felipe BAHS Chapter
Dick has always been a supporter of BAHS and longtime resident and active member of San Felipe community and has served as SFARP President, San Felipe's longest running service group. . Dick is always the first guys to offer to help anyone anytime.
Marilyn Maxwell Roosen
San Felipe BAHS Chapter
Former Avionics Technician at Canadian Armed Forces / Les Forces armées canadiennes: PSP. Marilyn has served on many boards in a variety of capacities and has been a part of BAHS in San Felipe for several years.
San Felipe BAHS Chapter
Karen has been enjoying BAHS in San Felipe for several years, then in 2018 Karen became active in the organization and during the 2019 BAHS Baja Tour Karen helped in so many hats, we knew she would be part of the team and this season Karen became a member of the Chapter Board of Director.
Arturo has been involved with BAHS since 2017. Since then he has performed with BAHS in Ensenada, San Felipe and host guitarist in Rosarito 2018 and 2019. Arturo is a retired engineer and studied music in Guadalajara.
Scott has been a resident of Tijuana for over 30 years and been performing blues for just as long. Scott began performing with Blues Against Hunger in Rosarito Beach, Baja California and in the 2019 became a regular member of the host band and member of the Tijuana board or directors.
Patty began supporting BAHS in 2017 and in until the 2019 managed merchandise, and fundraising for the BAHS Rosarito Chapter and in 2020 became the BAHS Tijuana Treasurer.
Mexico City Chapter Director
Mexico City guitarist Miguel Korsa has been playing and composing music for over 15 years. He is lead guitarist in the blues band REAL DE CATORCE and LUCY BLUES and the band leader for LOS CORSARIOS DEL BLUES. He has performed venues and festivals around México the world and as guest performer at NAMM, the 2019 BAHS Baja Tour and the 2016 BAHS Ensenada Jamboree.
The BAHS La Mision Fire Relief Jamboree
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Beginning October, 2019 with strong Santa Ana winds fire began burning throughout Northwest Baja California in Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada. The fires burned for over a week. There were m any lives lost, hundred of homes destroyed and millions in property loss.
The small coastal communities of La Mision and Santa Anita were hit hard. These communities are nestled in the mountain canyon just east of the sea between Rosarito and Ensenada. Most of the community is dirt roads, with minimal infrastructure and the necessary emergency services like fire and ambulance.
With as many as 25 homes losts, and more than 40 damaged and many families displaced, without shelter, food, clothing or many resources. 100% of the funds raised at the concert Jamboree and the GO FUND ME link below will go to La Mision / Santa Anita homes affected by these horrible fires.
The Blues Against Hunger Society is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to produce live blues music events that promote the collection and distribution of non-perishable food to the hungry while supporting, promoting and preserving the blues in the communities it serves. Become a BAHS Member TODAY!