Organization Type: Project Implementation or Direct Service Delivery

Urban Peak

Urban Peak ignites the potential in youth to exit homelessness and create self-determined, fulfilled lives. It provides a full range of programs and services that helps youth experiencing homelessness in the Denver metro area and puts them on a path toward self-sufficiency. Urban Peak’s services include street outreach, daytime respite space, overnight shelter, housing, support… Read more »

Peter Stansbery

Peter Stansbery is a young professional who has worked in the international development industry for the past three years. Although Hansbery is still early in his career, he would happy to provide trainings or share best practices on his experience implementing projects across the globe. These could include trainings on procurement, project management or thematic… Read more »

Water For Generations

Water For Generations, based in Malawi, Africa, is an organization created with the passion to support sustainable water resources management by influencing the government to review and enact new water laws and policy frameworks. Water for Generations leads by conducting applied field research and policy analysis, institutional improvement through broad policy reform dialog platforms and… Read more »


DAI works on the frontlines of global development. Transforming ideas into action—action into impact. They are committed to shaping a more livable world. DAI’s mission is to make a lasting difference in the world by helping people improve their lives. They envision a world in which communities and societies become more prosperous, fairer and better… Read more »

Range of Motion Project (ROMP)

The Range of Motion Project (ROMP) is a global, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the mobility of people with amputation. ROMP realizes its mission by providing high-quality prosthetic care, follow-up services, community-based rehabilitation, and product innovation through its permanent operations. Since 2005, ROMP has delivered over 4,200 custom-made prosthetic devices in Guatemala, Ecuador, and the… Read more »

Nick McClure

Nick McClure is a technical specialist with 8 years of experience in natural resource management, resilience, and market-driven development approaches, primarily in East and Southern Africa. He is an experienced project manager and has provided technical and administrative support to donor-funded projects in the biodiversity conservation, fisheries, resilience, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sectors…. Read more »

Nidia Trujillo

Nidia Trujillo thinks of herself as an organizational engineer, striving to optimize and find synergies between and among systems, structures, people, and culture. Her expertise is in business and program operations and management, built over 20 years working with the private and non-profit sectors. Fifteen of those years, she spent working with United States Agency… Read more »

Katherine Conway

Katherine Conway is an experienced conflict resolution and development specialist with experience in East Africa and Latin America. She has professional experience in design, monitoring, and evaluation; fundraising and development; program management; and strategic planning. She is currently the Director of Program as Amigos de las Americas, a youth leadership and international development organization operating… Read more »

Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel (SSAP)

The Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel (SSAP) facilitates partnerships between Wales and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Global Center for Innovation and Learning

The Global Center for Innovation and Learning (GCFIL) improves lives through innovation & learning. GCFIL works on global human development across a variety of civil sectors: Education, Industry, and the Public Sector. Our GCFIL’s roots are in Bangladesh, beginning in the 1990s. GCFIL has areas of operation through regional offices in Bangladesh, Tanzania, Uzbekistan and… Read more »

Development in Gardening (DIG)

DIG’s mission is to improve the nutrition and livelihoods of some of the world’s most uniquely vulnerable people by teaching them to plant restorative gardens that grow health, wealth, and a sense of belonging. Since 2006, DIG has been working in regenerative agriculture to achieve meaningful impact across nearly a dozen countries.

Ekar Farm

Ekar Farm and Community Gardens is a communal urban farm, inspired by Jewish values. They work to build community, provide experiential and environmental education, and grow sustainably produced fruits and vegetables, expanding access to those in need.

CATCH Global Foundation

CATCH Global Foundation is a Whole Child organization that launches kids around the world toward healthier lifestyles by linking schools and communities to the resources needed to create and sustain physical and mental health for future generations.


ReachWell is equitable community engagement. It provides an accessible platform for families and providers to easily engage one another. With ReachWell, families have access to the academic and social assistance tools and resources they require to support their students’ learning needs, to enhance their overall well-being, and to have their voices heard in their communities…. Read more »

KGSA Foundation

The KGSA Foundation partners with the Kibera Girls Soccer Academy (KGSA) to provide access to free secondary school education for girls living in Kibera, Nairobi – one of Africa’s largest informal settlements. Through financial and other resources, we are facilitating the holistic education of 130 girls every year. KGSA’s academic and extra-curricular programming, with supporting… Read more »