Board of Directors
Justin first volunteered down in Haiti in 2008 and quickly fell in love with the country and its people. He was blessed in 2012 to have had the opportunity to serve as Field Director for another organization located in Cap-Haitien, Haiti and has had a relationship with Streethearts since its inception. Justin is looking forward to serving by adding oversight, advising on financial management , and participating in hands-on service when visiting in-country.
She has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and Nonprofit Studies from James Madison University and a Masters in Organizational Sciences from The George Washington University. Emily currently works for The Clearing as a government consultant but continues to travel to Haiti quarterly to re-engage with the Haitian staff and kids.
Kevin has been traveling to Haiti since 2014 and has guided 9 subsequent trips totaling over 120 travelers, with the goals of creating more awareness of socio-economic disparity, cross-cultural exchange, and building sustainable business practices which support the missions of NGOs in Haiti. He believes in the mission of Streethearts, the value it provides, and the awareness of critical issues it creates. He is excited about the challenge of assisting this organization grow strategically in its capacity to serve more youth in Haiti.
Robin has been a part of the Haiti mission team from First Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa, AL since 2014. After visiting Streethearts in 2017, the team felt a strong calling to the organization. Robin was inspired by the Founder’s story and in awe with how the Holy Spirit has grown and developed the organization throughout the years. Since being able to experience a trip led by the Impact Adventure team from Streethearts in 2019, Robin felt a much deeper connection to the boys and to the Streethearts family and is honored to serve on the board.
In 2011, Bill met Linsey at an “outreach fair” at his church, Trinity Episcopal, in Upperville, VA. Her enthusiasm led him to return to Haiti, this time as a mission volunteer. In 2012, Bill first visited St. Marc Church in Trouin, in the mountains southwest of Léogâne, where the church and school buildings had been destroyed in the 2010 earthquake. A few months later, he joined a mission trip to the orphanage where Linsey was working. He travels to Haiti often. He has installed solar and electrical systems at a number of schools, churches, and hospitals, in addition to installing and maintaining solar power in the Streethearts buildings.