Julia Hecton has lived in the Northern Virginia area since 1979 when her family immigrated from Nicaragua. A cradle Catholic, alumnus of Bishop O’Connell HS and graduate of GW University, she’s been a long-time parishioner of St. Ambrose Church in Annandale, VA. Julia studied business in college and was blessed in subsequent years to marry Glenn, together raise a family of four amazing children, and combine the joys of motherhood while gaining professional experience in administration, project management and accounting with different local companies in Washington, DC, Falls Church, and Alexandria, VA. Julia enjoys gardening and travelling with her family, supporting her parish, and growing in her Catholic faith. She is grateful and humbled to have been guided to this moment in time to help lead the store in its new phase. She and her faith-filled partners are overjoyed to meet all who walk through its doors and in this way be of service.
Barbara Schwartz has been blessed to work with both the founders and now her new partners, having been a staff member at the Paschal Lamb for many years prior to becoming a co-owner. What drew her to shop there was her reconversion to the Church in 1996 and a new-found thirst to learn about the faith. There, she found everything she needed. The store continues to provided her with an abundance reminders that "all shall be well" in the people she meets and works with daily. She is mom to four grown children and wife of almost forty years to a very loving and supportive husband.
Sharon Driscoll is a native of Northern Virginia, raised in a large Catholic family. She graduated from Bishop O’Connell High School and holds a Master of Education degree in Counseling & Development from George Mason University. Prior to having children, Sharon worked for Fairfax County in various counseling positions. She is married to Kevin, a civil engineer and self-proclaimed DIY guy, and they have two energetic and wonderful sons, Jonah and Cooper who attend St. Ambrose Catholic School. Sharon is an active volunteer at the school and parish, and she also enjoys cooking and baking, and outdoor recreation. The Lord called her to an unexpected role as co-owner of the Paschal Lamb, and she responded to the call with a joyous yes. She feels it is a tremendous privilege to be part of the evangelical mission of the Paschal Lamb and is blessed to work with her partners who are amazing women of faith.