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Alumni Stories

Each year Global Visionaries builds schools and community spaces for villages that are in short supply of public facilities. To do this, the team starts with the foundation and builds up. The same happens with the youth who participate in Global Visionaries.

Far more than construction volunteers, the youth in our program learn the foundations that allow them to grow into responsible and compassionate people. This foundation allows youth to build their lives as age
nts for social justice, cross-cultural understanding, and environmental sustainability.

With this in mind, we wanted to check back in with a few of our alumni and see the kinds of lives built with Global Visionaries as part of their foundation. If you know of an alumni that would like to be featured on this page, or you are that alumni, please contact development@global-visionaries.org.

Alumni Stories

Richard Wang

Name: Richard Wang Participation Year(s): 2014-2016 Current Role: Seattle Branch Manager - Social Diversity for Children with Disabilities 3 Words...
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Haley Lepp

Name: Haley Lepp Participation Year(s): 2009 Current Role: International Education Program Associate 3 Words to Describe GV: Thought-provoking, Empowering, Challenging...
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Phillip Bruan

Name: Phillip Bruan Participation Year(s): 2008, 2010 Current Role: International Policy Worker 3 Words to Describe GV: Foundational, Empowering, Joy...
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Sara Schendel

Name: Sara Schendel Participation Year(s): 2007 Current Role: Physical Therapy Doctorate Student 3 Words to Describe GV: Hands-on, Leadership, Inspirational...
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Molly Freed

Name: Molly Freed Participation Year(s): 2009-2010 Current Role: International Policy Coordinator 3 Words to Describe GV: Connection, Leadership, Transformation “The...
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Greg Wilson

Name: Greg Wilson Participation Year(s): 2007 Current Role: Financial Analyst 3 Words to Describe GV: Civic Duty, Impactful, Globally Aware...
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