|Christie Newman - President
A founder of Hens for Haiti, Christie spent one year living as a volunteer with the Religious of Jesus and Mary in Gros-Morne from September 2007 to August 2008. During this time, Christie was involved in a variety of activities from teaching English and organizing summer camps to hosting volunteer groups and overseeing development projects. But most specifically, Christie worked to develop a business proposal for a local egg-laying facility (Poulaye). Christie received her Bachelors degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences from Virginia Tech in May 2007 and is presently pursuing her Masters in the department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences. With a strong educational background in agriculture and practical real-world experience, Christie hopes to apply her skills by continuing to work with developmental aid internationally.
|Cameron Burkholder - Vice President
Cameron graduated from Virginia Tech in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Community and International Nutrition. She spent two summers and a winter in the Dominican Republic leading work projects to improve the lives of both native Dominicans and Haitian immigrants in the greater Puerto Plata area. She visited Gros-Morne in January 2009 with Christie after becoming involved with Hens for Haiti. Cameron currently lives and works in Winchester, VA.
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|Sherley Codio - Secretary|