I started working with There is Hope, remotely, in 2006 and committed full time in 2008. There is a great need for income in the refugee community and I also find there is a large gap in the market for quality, handmade products. My job, through the craft department, is to find creative solutions to bridge that gap.
I love to see what happens when people are given opportunities and, not only, succeed but totally exceed expectations.
I also use my creative energy to raise my three boys!