I have spent the last twelve years of my life in the development of the EntreAmigos Community Education Center to serve our children and families, to create solid foundations for education and creativity and to promote the protection and care of our beautiful jungles, rivers, oceans and beaches.
If you are reading this, it is likely that we share our commitment and love for the community of San Pancho.
Last year I announced that I would be handing over the leadership of EntreAmigos.
This is no surprise, but the result of many years of mentorship and training and the most beautiful possible outcome for our organization and our community.
The new leaders of EntreAmigos are capable, prepared and represent the evolving multicultural community that we live in.
One of our new leaders, Glenda Ponce is a child of San Pancho, former scholarship student, a college graduate and now part of the leadership team of EntreAmigos.
Sarah Kaminshine, Frieda Fredenhagen and Glenda Ponce are young, vibrant and capable leaders. They will take the helm of the organization and lead our 35 staff members, our 100 scholarship students, our 1000's of visitors and our entire community toward the continued goal of a San Pancho that is inclusive, empowered, educated and sustainable.
To everyone who has contributed to this process, there are not and will never be words enough to express the gratitude that I feel for having been able to play a small part in the history of the EntreAmigos that we all created together, "among friends."
This new team and EntreAmigos needs your continued support! Visit EntreAmigos to see how you can help.
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