We work for a Bolivia where the effects of poverty are alleviated by improved access to modern medicine and educational opportunities.
Sara Bybee Fisk cherishes her eighteen months spent as a missionary for Bolivia and feels a deep attachment to the country. She taught elementary school for four years in Utah and Texas after graduating from BYU. When she's not homeschooling her five children, she volunteers with Lifting Hands International helping to settle and mentor refugee families.
Cindy Champion Searle earned a B.S. in Education from BYU and holds a graduate certificate from the U of U in Teaching English as a Second Language. Cindy lived in Bolivia for a year and a half and has a great love for the people of Bolivia. For several years she has volunteered for Days for Girls, a public charity providing hygiene kits to young women in various third world countries.
Randi Johansen's love for Latin America started early when she spent high school summers volunteering in Tijuana, Mexico for the Los Ninos program. She served as a missionary for eighteen months for her church in Bolivia where she developed deep relationships with the people. She also taught English language classes to Spanish-speaking adults in Boston with Catholic Charities.
Ariane Holtkamp Dansie was a missionary for her church in Bolivia and loves the people and culture of that country. She is a tax attorney and estate planner with the Salt Lake City firm Durham Jones & Pinegar. She works extensively with nonprofit organizations to help them achieve their charitable goals. She hopes to introduce her three young children to Bolivia some day.