Before the wheels leave the tarmac, there is a huge support network that keeps Global Perspectives going:
After completing the first trip to Sri Lanka, Jessica is ready for a second adventure. A natural fit to the program, her role is to help coordinate the hotels, flights and some of the red tape. On to Bhutan!
TeacherMs. Ho will be involved in her first Global Perspectives trip to Bhutan. She brings various skills to the program and will assist both Jessica and Joanna with various aspects of the program.
TeacherAn accomplished traveller herself, she is a Math and French teacher at Richmond High. Joanna deals with all the medical aspects of the program. She investigates the health conditions of the country before we leave and educates the group based on her findings. She handles all the in-country medical concerns including first aid. Bhutan will be Joanna’s 9th trip with Global Perspectives including the Grad Trip to Nigeria in July 2011.
TeacherA Math teacher at Richmond Secondary, he understands what hard work is all about. Don’s role is to liaison with the local contractors on the worksite as the construction of our project unfolds. India will be Don’s 6th trip (Paraguay, Samoa, Nigeria Grad Trip and Sri Lanka, Fiji Grad Trip – July 2014, Bhutan).
Roman has been involved with Global Perspectives for many years. Bhutan will be his 10th Global Perspectives trip. A Geography and Physical Education teacher, Roman brings a vast array of knowledge and experience to the program.
Technical VolunteerA past Richmond High Grad who volunteers his time to help manage the website. He is responsible for all technical aspects of the program, including technical support on field computers & equipment. India will be Tony’s 8th year in the Global Perspectives program. Colts to Fiji Grad Trip 2014 was Tony’s first trip. Tony has over 7 years of experience in the IT industry and now works with KPMG LLP as a Cyber Security consultant.
Teacher, CoordinatorIndia will be Kevin’s 17th international project. He ran the Global Perspectives program in another school district before going overseas to teach. After living in Hong Kong for four years, he returned to Richmond High School in 2006 where he took over the program. He oversees the program and coordinates with all the support network to make the trips as worthwhile for the students as possible.