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Meet The Team

Embrace the traditions of new cultures with the guidance of experienced mentors and volunteers

Robyn Howzell


    CEO/president is an author, photographer, journalist, entrepreneur, mentor, and founder of We Are One People - Global People Foundation. Robyn has volunteered, studied, traveled internationally, and throughout the United States. We Are One People - Global People Foundation pen pal on the continent of Africa; campaign and volunteer program was created to bring penmanship back into the classroom, and to help connect people around the globe.

    Kwame Obuobi

     Executive Director of Global People Foundation has worked in marketing, banking, radio, and television. Kwame mother's from a village in Senya Breku knows first hand of the hardship throughout Ghana. Although, Kwame didn't grow up in the village his words of encouragement have helped inspire the people who live in Senya. He is committed to helping build the community one step at a time.

    Rose Vidal


    Secretary/coordinator works with international students at New Mexico State University. Rose is an aspiring anthropologist and studied abroad in Sejong, South Korea. Rose has traveled to Quito, Ecuador and have friends in many countries. Rose continues to bridge the gap throughout the international communities.


      Treasure/mentor work as a phlebotomist and enjoy helping people. Shantae is compassionate and loves to travel. Shantae wishes to see more diversity around the world.

      Shantae Brockington

        Mamley Adams


        Field Coordinator/mentor is an amazing human being with a charismatic personality. Mamley, Sdedicate her life to helping women and children throughout villages in Ghana. Her love for children shines as he focuses on helping them become successful goal orientated individuals.

          Nana Kwame Antwi


           The global mentor is a registered nurse who loves working with people. Nana was born in Ghana, Africa. Nana lives in London, England, and know first hand the everyday struggles of the children living in the villages.

            Foster Annan

            Mentor and Activity coordinator lives in Ghana is a final year student of the University of Education Winneba and pursuing information technology. Foster works with pen pals and within the Ghana school systems.



              Mentor work in human services and is a veteran of the United States Army. Warren has seen his share of poverty and neglect caused by broken systems throughout the world. Warren believes dignity and respect before dollars; people before policy and everyone is created equal.

              Warren Howzell

              Isaac Quaye

              Volunteer coordinator from Jamestown also known as British Accra has years of experience as a volunteer. Isaac volunteered in many regions Tema, Kokrobite, and Accra. His passion for volunteering has given him the opportunity to meet people from around the globe. Issac loves working with people from diverse backgrounds and welcomes the opportunity to tour Ghana.

              Ahegbebu Freeman


              Global Coordinator has been involved with charity work for more than half a decade. Freeman believes the benefits that arise for helping children is enormous, and cultivating a warm heart feeling for children puts his mind at ease. Freeman says the more we care for the happiness of others the greater is our sense of well-being.

                Eric Elliot Cobbinah

                Global Coordinator worked in radio broadcasting journalism with Spice Radio School in Takoradi. Eric lives in the western region in Ghana. Eric trained to be a grader operator and teacher. Eric is humble and vibrant. He is happy to work with children who live on the Cape Coast. He looks forward helping to develop their writing skills.