Spokesperson – Ambassador of Goodwill
I am so honored that Forgotten Angels and the work I did with The Quinton Aaron Foundation have been able to work towards helping and even larger population. We have been able to establish a new, dynamic organization that will leave no child behind in our efforts to save the lives of at-risk children. During my 33 years, I have experienced some very difficult times. Since filming ended on “The Blind Side,” I have been working to make a significant change in children who are being bullied. It is my prayer that this organization will protect all children, from all forms of issues. I look to generous people like to you to support us so I may continue to do the work I do.
President and Founder
One of the best days of my life, was the day I learned how much of a blessing our children are to us. “The Art of Working With Children” was the very first class I took in college. I had the privilege and honor to work with 25-30 special needs children. Little did I know when choosing the class, that they would bless me beyond words from the very first day to the last. It sent me down the pathway to working with children for life. Countless hours of psychology classes, hundreds of events supporting children, becoming a volunteer Guardian ad Litem has got me to where I am today. Every bit as passionate about helping people as I ever have been.
Rex Sano has senior-level executive with international experience, and over 30 years of successfully exceeding established goals and revenues. Extensive skill sets in sales, P&L Management, strategic planning, marketing, licensing, packaging, customer retention and domestic and overseas manufacturing. Rex is the general manager of the Tampa Bay Sentinels from the APSFL. Rex was also a board member of The Danny Glover Foundation. Mr. Glover’s heart was not only passionate for making movies such as Lethal Weapon and The Color Purple, he also has an amazing heart for children and Rex used that to support the foundation’s mission. As part of Forgotten Angels, he has taken his years of experience and turned them into opportunities for growth for Forgotten Angels.
Reginald Roundtree worked for the CBS affiliate more than 20 years, most recently as the night news anchor. He previously worked as a Miami police officer and got his first TV job at WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach. He was born in Daytona Beach and raised in New York and Miami. Reginald will use his many relationaship, talents and voice-over skills to help document the events and successes of the foundation. Not only does he make friends of everyone he meets, Reginald established trust and brings out the best in everyone he comes in contact with. We are honored to have him on our board.