Sarah Wilkinson received her B.A. in Cultural Anthropology. In the year immediately following, she worked as a VISTA in Urbana, Illinois. It was during this experience that her desire to work for social justice was ignited and where she developed the skills required for community organizing. Following her VISTA service, she traveled extensively around the world. In 2007 she combined her long time commitment to peace and education with her interest in international issues by founding Project PeacePal.
Donna Licano received her BA in social policy and human services in December of 2011 and has been involved with PeacePal since 2008. She has also been active with several peace building and community outreach programs including an English school in Nicaragua which boarded and taught poverty stricken youth in Granada. She developed a service-learning curriculum centered around the Stamp Out Malaria project, which she implemented in public school elementary classrooms. Donna is currently working on her MA in elementary education at the University of New Mexico.
Tim Gregory is the founder and director of Nada Brahma Productions and has been serving educational institutions with cultural arts programs since 1991. He is an Artist-in-Education and a Teaching Artist Institute graduate with the Maryland State Arts Council. Tim is also the co-founder of Kenya Connect, a nonprofit organization connecting children globally through correspondence and service learning programs.
— Benito Juarez