Suzanne has a background in event planning, marketing, domestic violence, and international social causes. She holds a degree in Social-Cultural Anthropology with minors in Political Science and African Studies. Prior to her time with HELP, Suzanne worked for Especially for Youth overseeing programs in Utah and California and for Brigham Young University planning study abroad programs for students. A native from Montana, Suzanne is also fluent in Russian.
Ali holds a bachelors degree from Chapman University in Integrated Educational Studies with an emphasis on community education, as well as minors in dance and French. She also earned her Masters in the Art of Teaching and Multiple Subject Credentials from Chapman. She is passionate about education as a tool for empowering and creating opportunity for people around the world. Ali became involved with HELP International as part of the Summer 2017 Greece team.
Katelyn Ray graduated from BYU in 2015 with a bachelors degree in Social Work. She is a two-time HELP alumni working in Uganda, and Nepal, as a volunteer, and Greece as a Country Coordinator. Recently she worked in Serres, Greece at a refugee camp organizing a warehouse, teaching English, dance, and piano lessons and advocating for the camp residents. One of her greatest passions is to fight for those who are victims of sexual assault and violence as well as fighting for the rights of refugees. During her spare time she can be found going to the movies, cuddling babies, surfing the California waves, jamming with friends and traveling.
Natalie jumped in to help with the refugee crisis in 2015 when she became an intern with the International Rescue Committee in Seattle. After getting involved with the resettlement and youth education programs in the Seattle area, she volunteered with HELP International's summer Greece program. She is excited to return as a Program Coordinator for HELP to continue to fight for and support refugees! Natalie is from Washington state and studied Public Health.
David is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health and a Master of Healthcare Administration at the University of Utah. His drive for population health, business strategy, and data analytics within the healthcare framework have lead him to work with organizations that seek broad, innovative solutions to improving population health, minimizing risks, and increasing access to quality healthcare. His international experience includes volunteering in hospitals in Romania, volunteering with HELP in Nepal, and working as a Country Coordinator in Uganda. David’s hobbies include touring with Salt Lake Vocal Artists, skiing, teaching dance, and enjoying good eats as a self-proclaimed food critic.
Grey is a Masters of Public Health graduate from The George Washington University, where his studies emphasized global health issues and program development. His international experience has included time as a volunteer and country coordinator with HELP International in Fiji, Nepal and Peru, as well as other volunteer experience in Uruguay. Currently, Grey also works as a consultant with the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization, focusing on work related to noncommunicable disease prevention.
Jen received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders from Brigham Young University. She has dedicated most of her time since graduation working with Help-International. Jen volunteered in Nepal in 2015, working with locals to rebuild after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Jen has worked as a country coordinator for Help- International in Thailand (2014), Fiji, (2016), Nepal (2016/2017), and Uganda (2017). In her free time, Jen enjoys traveling, meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. In 2016, her travel took her to Lesvos, Greece where she spent a month working in the refugee camps there. Jen is now working as the Communications Manager recruiting and promoting HELP.
Jennifer Carroll had the honor to be a part of Help International for the last two years. Her journey started as a volunteer in Nepal in 2015 after the devastating earthquake. She worked with a brilliant team and resilient locals doing a variety of projects ranging from planting rooftop gardens to women's empowerment, that still continue today. Jennifer now recruits for Help International in Southern California and has had the opportunity to not only represent a transparent and efficient nonprofit organization, but also meet many brilliant people who make the substance of who this organization is- volunteers! She hopes to continue this path while finishing her Bachelor's and continued Master's degree in Social work at the University of Troy in Dothan, Alabama.
Has been working with HELP since 2007 helping with multiple revisions of help-international.org. He continues to make every effort to make it easy for you to get information and become an international volunteer.