Our storytellers in Episode 23 are:
Tristen Robole attended high school in Amery, Wisconsin and will now be attending college at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. He is planning on studying business administration, with a minor in communications or education. Tristen volunteered for three weeks in Rarotonga, Cook Islands in 2017. His volunteer experience trip was sponsored and all thanks to Walt and Paula Richey.
Gabe Hoffman works at Screen Pilot, a digital ad agency. He moved to Denver a little over a year ago from Minneapolis. He loves living in Colorado, but is still very loyal to Minnesota and their sports teams, specifically the Timberwolves and Vikings. In his free time he enjoys camping, hiking, playing sports, and hanging out with his new fiancé and their dog, Riley.
Sarah Young is an Associate Director of Human Resources for INC Research/inVentiv Health. She has led the Global Volunteers program at INC/inVentiv since 2013, facilitating the participation of 90 employees in volunteer missions around the world. She graduated from Eastern University with a degree in Communications and currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and two young children.
Amy Herman was a teacher for 35 years, 34 of which she dedicated to the same school in Forest Hills, New York. She has been married for 30 years and has two children: Matthew, who is 24, and Kaitlyn, who is 23. Amy served on Global Volunteers’ inaugural service program in Ipalamwa, Tanzania in July 2017.