What Connects Us?
- Pursue Goal-driven Connections
- Provide Financial Transparency
- Advocate Honestly
- Work while understanding Cultural Relativism
- Highlight existing Local Power and provide opportunity
- Facilitate Equality among local and global staff
- Invest in resources that promote true Sustainability
Our desire to do better
Rowan St Clair
Rowan has spent her time traveling and understanding human connection. Her passion and pursuits revolve around humanitarian advocacy and the environment. Relaying past experience with start ups and non profits, Rowan serves as a Board Member and founder.
David was raised on a family farm in Upstate New York. He joins us from the business intelligence community where he has worked with farmers to retailers to solve his clients challenges. He currently serves as a Board member and founder.
Lee works in the coordination of construction projects. He has been a carpenter in more than six states in North America. His work has pushed him to travel and constantly adapt to his materials and environment. His humanitarian aid work naturally formed as he traveled and began working with his head, heart and hands.Lee serves on the Board and founder.
LB has an entrepreneurial spirit, inspired by helping others and genuine human connection. Professionally, LB has most recently worked for the disaster recovery non profit All Hands and Hearts (AHAH). LB filled a variety of roles during the past two years of service due to an unconditional spirit of helping when possible and taking chances to take on new projects and responsibilities. No stranger to long hours and endless responsibilities, LB has aspired to run a non-profit for several years now. Spearheading a project through Puerto Rico NGO start up, BEJUCO offers the newest challenge. A chance for LB to rise to the occasion of commitment and skill sharing in a new working terrain.
LB is passionate about empowering others, finding sustainable resources and working alongside communities to connect them to new opportunities. LB brings unmet ambition, creativity and love to every aspect of life.
Emily is an inspirational human, who’s calming demeanor cuts through all the chaos that she may find as she continues to live her life in a non-traditional and impactful way. She constantly strives to know, understand, and holistically experience her ever changing surroundings and to leave them better than she found them. Professionally, Emily has most recently worked for the disaster relief non profit; All Hands and Hearts in Puerto Rico and Texas.
Living life as a traveler, the nagging ideal of a socially acceptable adulthood has crept in to her mind over and over, but her time in post-Maria, Puerto Rico provided a different perspective and vision of what a successful life could be. On the horizon she sees a life filled with love for all living things, advocacy in the face of injustice, a lot of hard work, a beautiful view, and the ocean not to far away.
Jen came to us from the renewable energy field where she managed wind turbine sites in the Midwest. After volunteering for All Hands and Hearts, a disaster recovery nonprofit, in Puerto Rico toward the end of 2018, she decided that giving her time and wide range of skills to those in need was immensely fulfilling and has since refocused her life toward helping people rebuild their lives and their homes. In 2019, she joined All Hands and Hearts in Houston, TX as a site supervisor to continue working with families recovering from the hurricanes in the Gulf. Throughout her wind career and into her work with nonprofits, Jen passionately works to analyze situations and drive change when she sees an opportunity for growth. Watching those around her grow and develop delights Jen, and she strives to empower people whenever she has the chance. When not helping humans, Jen spends her time as a furkid foster mom and advocate for animal welfare. Jen serves as our Outreach Coordinator.