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.
Janna graduated from BYU-Provo with a BA in Public Health. Her previous experience includes travel to South Africa, Mexico, and Kenya where she was involved in setting up health clinics, laying concrete floors in people’s homes, and distributing toys and clothes to children in need. Janna completed her global health internship in Thailand with HELP International. Most recently Janna has been a country coordinator for Help International in Fiji and India.
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.
Kirsten received a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Brigham Young University – Idaho. During her undergraduate studies she spent several months in Paraguay with an indigenous tribe planning and implementing global health programs. Following her graduation in 2015, she volunteered as a member of HELP International’s Nepal Crisis Team. She is passionate about social issues and currently volunteers as a refugee youth mentor.
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.
Adam is Provo's favorite boy. He is an expert on all things computer and technology and is pursuing a degree from Brigham Young University in Information Systems. Adam performed as BYU's Vocal Point beatboxer for several years taking him on tours throughout the United States and South East Asia, stealing the hearts of many a young lady along the way. Adam is a happily married man and spends his free time ignoring his executive director's requests for his bio to put on our website.
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.