Jeannie White,

Bookkeeper 

Avery Frank,

Community Outreach

Bob Perea

Innovate One to One Coordinator


Bob Perea is working with Global One to One as a fellow in Intel's Encore program.  He brings over 34 years of technical experience from working in the semiconductor industry, the last 24 years at Intel Corp. His hobbies include building electronic projects, robots, flying drones or playing keyboards with his favorite bands, Lumbre Del Sol and the Chris Abeyta Quartet, in Santa Fe.  He is excited to coordinate the Innovate One To One project, working with kids from Albuquerque, Kenya and India on robotics projects and documenting the project for future student groups.

Emmarose Heath

Intern


​Emmarose Heath is a senior at Amy Biehl High School and is completing her senior service project at Global One to One. She is passionate about global issues and peace studies, as well as art and design. She hopes to attend college in the Pacific Northwest, travel the world, volunteer, and then find a career in photojournalism, design, or humanitarianism. Her biggest dream is to see (and photograph) as much of the world as possible. She is excited to work with Global One to One throughout her senior year and design promotional materials, revamp the YouTube channel, and help with social media outreach.

Antonio Minitrez, I.T.

      Debbie Webster,

UNESCO Club Coordinator

Clayta Campbell,

Letter Delivery

Yun Yao

Grant Writing &

Program Development

Sarah Wilkinson

Founding Director


After earning a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Illinois, Sarah worked as a VISTA and then traveled extensively around the world. In 2007 she combined her long-time commitment to social justice, peace and education with her interest in international issues by founding Project PeacePal... which has now grown into Global One to One.. She also teaches a course on Global Engagement and is completing her MPA at the University of New Mexico.

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