Diane Freeman is a pediatrician in Little Rock, Arkansas. She combines her love for children and passion for scrapbooking by organizing this event to benefit special needs children. She is married to Tom Freeman, a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.  Together they have three children Aaron (30), Shannon (28) and Ryan (27). Between work and family she takes every opportunity possible to scrapbook and work-out.

Dana Hood has been scrapbooking for about 16 years.  She has been married for 36 years.  She and her husband have two daughters, Mandy 33), Megan (31) and two grandsons, John Payton (13) Max (4 years) and two granddaughters, Gabie (8 years) and Marlee (7 years). Dana has worked for United parcel Service for 24 years.  She has called Batesville, Mississippi home for the past 29 years.  
Dana and I met in Memphis, Tennessee at a crop for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition in October of 2005. We then both attended Crop Connection in Jackson, Mississippi in January of 2006 and had a blast! It was as if we had known each other all of our lives. Ask Dana who the troublemakers were at the crop!! After returning from Jackson, I wanted to plan a charitable crop in Little Rock that would benefit children. When I emailed Dana about my plans she wanted to help, all the way from Mississippi! So, the two of us  hosted the first annual Croppin 4 Kids in 2006.  In 2007 and 2008,  our attendance grew and we raised even more money for Easter Seals.  As the medical director for Helping Hand, I felt it was time to start fundraising for them. So in 2012 we changed the beneficiary to Helping Hand. We are hoping 2016 will be the most successful year yet. We promise you will have a great time and you will meet some great people.