Niyeli Herarra is a Psychology major and a minor in Nonprofit Management. I am from Lima, Peru. I am proud of my Latino background, and I look forward working with a nonprofit that aids Latin American countries’ needs. I am a mentoring program director. Our program supports international students, and this is work that I find very satisfying.
I believe I can make a positive impact in the world. Particularly, I would like to work with a nonprofit that has projects and programs of self-reliance in Peru. I will be applying for an MPA program for Fall 2019, emphasizing in Non-profit organizations. My interests include fighting poverty by enhancing education, skills development, self-reliance, microfinance, etc. In my free time, I love dancing, watching Netflix or going to the theater.
Courtney Chandler is originally from Springfield, MO. After spending a year and a half in Japan, she knew that service was her passion. She recently graduated from BYU with a B.S. in Psychology, a minor in Nonprofit Management and national CNP certification. She is excited for what the future holds for her and In Harm’s Way!
Colin Wylie is a native of Duncan, British Columbia, Canada, and currently attends Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. He will graduate in April 2019 with a BA in Communications, Public Relations Emphasis and a minor in Nonprofit Management. He has previously worked with several nonprofit organizations including the Boy Scouts of America, BYU Center of Service and Learning and the Now I Can Foundation. His career goal is to work in corporate social responsibility and create impact from the for-profit sector.
Trenton Allred currently attends Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He will graduate in August 2018 with a Bachelors of General Studies emphasizing in Business Management, with minors in; Geologic Science, Family Life and Nonprofit management. Trenton has several years of work experience in a myriad of industries as well as experience in entrepreneurship. He has recently worked with BYU’s Technology Transfer Office and Rising Star Outreach. Trent wishes to see In Harm’s Way become well established and empowered to do what they do best; conduct and utilize top of the line research, educate people, build systems of safety, and bring the associated peace that comes with implementing those systems of safety, into people’s lives.
Clark Kleinman is currently attending Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He will graduate in April 2019 with a BS in Marketing and a minor in Nonprofit Management. He has experience driving growth and development at iServe Products, Kraft Heinz, Camp Kesem, and Self-Reliance Services. Clark is native to Gilbert, Arizona, and also lived for two years in Mexico City as a missionary for the LDS Church. Clark has a thirst for knowledge and is constantly working to expand his skillset. Recently having discovered the world of audiobooks, he now enjoys traffic and has averaged one book a week during 2018.
Chelsea Samuelson is currently attending Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She will graduate in April 2019 with a BS in Geological Sciences with an Earth and Space Science Teaching Licensure. Chelsea is from Washington State and enjoys hiking, camping, road trips, and anything outdoors. She has led the Adopt-A-Classroom of In Harm’s Way since August 2017 and looks forward to the continual progress In Harm’s Way will make in the local Wasatch Front communities in regards to Earthquake preparedness.