Meet the Team

Teresa Baur-Morgan

-Executive Director-

Teresa is a loving mother to her two children Jonah and Leah. She is involved in her church and enjoys being with her family as well as traveling and going on adventures. Teresa has always had a passion for the health and welfare for the children in her community. Teresa began buying diapers for families in the community whom she found asking for help on social media. She wanted to help reach even more families on a larger scale. She did some research and found the Nation Diaper Bank Network, who has helped thousands of families in their struggle with diaper needs. Teresa Co-founded Lane County Diaper Bank with Dina Harper in Late June of 2019 through a mutual respect that Lane County is suffering greatly with diaper need. Teresa is very excited and determined to help end diaper need in our community.


Our Board of Directors

Patrick Baur


Patrick recently moved to the Lane County area in August 2019 with his 7 year old son Elliot and immediately became involved in Lane County Diaper Bank. Patrick has a background in network and systems administration. He has been a great asset to Lane County Diaper Bank. Patrick created and manages our website and files. He is happy to be a part of a team that helps bring hope to the families with children in our community.


Kristinia Rogers

-Vice President-

Meet Kristinia from the Trillium team of “Diaper Repackers”:
Kristinia is a Community Health Worker/Member Connections Representative with Trillium CHP for the last 6 ½ years. Kristina’s work stems from her shared passion of being able to help others overcome barriers to live their best life! Kristina “gets excited about a lot of things,” but being a part of the change in our community, “it’s an indescribable excitement” as she says.
Kristinia connected with her team about this opportunity and became very excited to be part of this effort. “Volunteering for Lane County Diaper Bank has a powerful emotional effect of feeling connected with change in our community” Kristinia is happy that her and her team are able to help others who are experiencing barriers.
When Kristinia is wrapping diapers she thinks about the families and the positive effects of providing this resource is going
to have on them. If I can help a family with one less thing to worry about I am eager to assist.

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Dennis Morgan


Dennis has always had a passion for giving back. He is the type of person who offers help when he is able. From volunteering to prepare low income families tax returns to helping people with moving and home improvement projects. When he heard about Lane County Diaper Bank he jumped at the opportunity to serve. He comes to us with both his bachelors and masters degrees in accounting. With a variety of experience from tax to not for profit. He makes a great addition to the team as he will bring enthusiasm and financial experience.


Jensina Hawkins

-Board Member-

Jensina Hawkins was a working single mother, living far below the poverty line, for over a decade. She remembers all too keenly the sleepless nights of tears and soul-crushing guilt over not being able to provide diapers for her children. She is passionate about preventing that experience for other struggling parents. Jensina has worked in healthcare for 16 years, and she has lived in western Oregon nearly all her life. She now owns a nationwide consulting practice for medical software, and serves as a Eugene Police Commissioner. Jensina and her husband are raising four children in the 4J school district.

Paige Tanner

-Board Member-

Paige joined our board of directors in Spring of 2023 and took on the role of Diaper Drive Coordinator. Paige is a mother of three amazing kids, she enjoys spending time with her family and going vintage toy & antique hunting with her husband. Her professional background includes utility, billing, customer service and staffing. She first recognized the need for a diaper bank in the community over a decade ago when she experienced diaper need first hand. She knows how difficult it can be to obtain diapers, an expensive necessity, on a limited income. She had dreamed of one day starting a diaper bank and was ecstatic to discover the Lane County Diaper Bank now exists! Paige is eager to serve and help to fill this important need in our community. “Matthew 25:34-40”