Elizabeth’s academic and professional experiences have centered around mental health, wellness, advocacy, and strengthening school-home-community relationships.
A parent of a student of Elizabeth’s once gave her the poem “Keymakers” as a thank-you. It reminded her that sometimes by necessity we find ourselves creating our own keys in order to unlock the doors that are closed to us, and it turns out that creating unique solutions to meet unique challenges is one of Elizabeth’s favorite things to do.
Brian has a degree in Business Administration and has been involved in non-profit leadership his whole career. His extensive experience and hands-on involvement have allowed him to strengthen operational processes and advance important causes. Brian is now applying his experience to WAaAW’s foundational development.
Characterized as a kind, empathetic person, Brian has been involved in many organizations whose goal is to reduce or eliminate suffering. Despite this, he realized that while he has sympathized with many instances of bias injustice, he never actively created a role to make a substantial personal difference – until now!