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Team

 
Cory Acri   Dominican Republic International Fellow

Cory Acri

Dominican Republic International Fellow

Jhonny Anderson   Colombia National Program Manager

Jhonny Anderson

Colombia National Program Manager

Madi Barker   Development Manager

Madi Barker

Development Manager

Avisecc Basnet   Nepal Field Manager

Avisecc Basnet

Nepal Field Manager

Radhames Carela   Dominican Republic Master Ceramicist

Radhames Carela

Dominican Republic Master Ceramicist

Katy Cook   Director of Finance

Katy Cook

Director of Finance

David Cuthbert   CEO

David Cuthbert

CEO

Fany Adalgiza Dominguez de la Cruz   Dominican Republic Administrative Manager

Fany Adalgiza Dominguez de la Cruz

Dominican Republic Administrative Manager

Juliet DeRienzo   Communications Fellow

Juliet DeRienzo

Communications Fellow

Josh Elliott   International Programs Director

Josh Elliott

International Programs Director

Brooke Frazzetto   Filter Build Event Assistant

Brooke Frazzetto

Filter Build Event Assistant

Katie Finch   Partner Development Manager

Katie Finch

Partner Development Manager

Doc Hendley   Founder & President

Doc Hendley

Founder & President

Josh Goralski   Haiti Program Manager

Josh Goralski

Haiti Program Manager

Domingo Guzman   DR Factory Manager

Domingo Guzman

DR Factory Manager

Shane Hillman   Training & Evaluation Manager

Shane Hillman

Training & Evaluation Manager

Emily Hendrickson   Volunteer Program Coordinator

Emily Hendrickson

Volunteer Program Coordinator

Emma Henry   Personnel Development Manager

Emma Henry

Personnel Development Manager

Jaleigh Jensen   Nepal International Fellow

Jaleigh Jensen

Nepal International Fellow

Roshani Karki   Nepal National Program Manager

Roshani Karki

Nepal National Program Manager

Bhumika KC   Nepal Admin Assistant

Bhumika KC

Nepal Admin Assistant

Courtney Mattar   Donor Relations Coordinator

Courtney Mattar

Donor Relations Coordinator

Guneshwar Mahato   Nepal Engineer

Guneshwar Mahato

Nepal Engineer

Lisa Merritt   Volunteer Programs Director

Lisa Merritt

Volunteer Programs Director

Pavan Mudiam   International Programs Fellow

Pavan Mudiam

International Programs Fellow

Lilabhakta Lamsal   Nepal Field Technician

Lilabhakta Lamsal

Nepal Field Technician

Adam Loesing   Operations Manager

Adam Loesing

Operations Manager

Milagros Lora   Dominican Republic Field Coordinator

Milagros Lora

Dominican Republic Field Coordinator

Tina M. Owen   Director of Fund Development

Tina M. Owen

Director of Fund Development

Tony Puglisi   Compliance Associate

Tony Puglisi

Compliance Associate

David Richardson   Program Finance Associate

David Richardson

Program Finance Associate

Marley Robinson   Assistant to the CEO

Marley Robinson

Assistant to the CEO

Kaushal Singh   Nepal Admin/Fied Coordinator

Kaushal Singh

Nepal Admin/Fied Coordinator

Neejan Shrestha   Nepal Fundraising Manager

Neejan Shrestha

Nepal Fundraising Manager

Ram C Timilsina   Nepal Logistics Coordinator

Ram C Timilsina

Nepal Logistics Coordinator

Matt Wagoner   Director of Communications

Matt Wagoner

Director of Communications

Joel Vicioso   Dominican Republic National Program Manager

Joel Vicioso

Dominican Republic National Program Manager

 
 

Current Openings

 

We’re Hiring!

As we continue to grow, we are always looking for talented people to join our team. See our available positions below. We have two available positions, International Fellowships for the Dominican Republic and Nepal.


 
 
 

International Fellow - Dominican Republic

Reports to: National Program Manager

Position: International Fellow, Full-Time

Location: Dominican Republic

Time Period: July 2019 - June 2020

 

Wine To Water’s International Fellows primarily serve to support the work of our International Programs, while also providing a life changing experience for volunteers from all backgrounds as they experience the world water crisis first hand.

Our Mission:

Wine To Water is committed to support life and dignity for all through the power of clean water. 

Job Description:

The International Fellow’s primary responsibility is to act as liaison between W|W International and W|W DR. Furthermore, the fellow should actively support all functions and program initiatives including but not limited to: team communications, WaSH program implementation, community development, and volunteer team coordination. Lastly, the fellow should work in the spirit of interdependence, innovation, and quality growth to ensure W|W meets its strategic objectives while and supporting the overall mission of W|W. 

 

Job Requirements:

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Excellent writing, editing, presentation, and communication skills

  • Proficient in Google Drive & Microsoft Suite

  • Positive Attitude

  • Detail Oriented, and Organized

Responsibilities:

Volunteer Program Responsibilities

  • Volunteer team planning, hosting, and follow-up in accordance with Volunteer Program expectations.

  • Volunteer Logistics (food, housing, transportation and project) (support the Field Coordinator)

  • Have required documents with you at all times (EAP, Registration, Flight, etc.)

  • Support Field Coordinator with the volunteer budget preparations as needed

  • Be with or available to team 100% of the time

  • Communicate the schedule to the team, after developing it with the Field Coordinator

  • Lead evening debriefs with volunteers

  • Be aware of safety and security precautions

 

International Programs Responsibilities

  • Support Field Coordinator with project reporting in accordance with W|W mWater standards

  • Attend bi-weekly IP Strategy meeting via google meet

  • Assist NPM with office operations as needed

 

Communications and Research Responsibilities

  • Gathering and submitting impactful and relevant media content

  • Relationship building with local partners, donors, and program stakeholder

Reporting:

This position reports to the DR National Program Manager. There will be times when this position will liaison between HQ and the local DR staff. Constant collaboration between different departments and projects is highly encouraged throughout the organization.

 

Qualifications:

Support the Field Team in:

  • Support the identification and vetting of WaSH initiatives in support of W|W’s mission

  • Submission of project  reporting in accordance with W|W mWater standards

  • Gathering and submitting impactful and relevant media content

  • Relationship building with local partners, donors, and program stakeholders

  • Volunteer team planning, hosting, and follow-up in accordance with Volunteer Program expectations.

 

Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required

  • International travel experience

  • International experience leading teams strongly preferred

Compensation:

This position is for an International Fellowship. As a Fellow, this position will not be considered a salaried employee of Wine To Water, but instead an independent contractor. Wine To Water will pay or reimburse for any reasonable, necessary, and approved expenses for travel, food, and lodging for Wine To Water.



 
 
 

 
 
 

International Fellow - NEPAL

Reports to: National Program Manager

Position: International Fellow, Full-Time

Location: Nepal

Time Period: July 2019 - June 2020

Wine To Water’s International Fellows primarily serve to support the work of our International Programs, while also providing a life changing experience for volunteers from all backgrounds as they experience the world water crisis first hand.

Our Mission:

Wine To Water is committed to support life and dignity for all through the power of clean water.

Job Description:

The International Fellow’s primary responsibility is to act as liaison between W|W International and W|W Nepal. Furthermore, the fellow should actively support all functions and program initiatives including but not limited to: team communications, WaSH program implementation, community development, and volunteer team coordination. Lastly, the fellow should work in the spirit of interdependence, innovation, and quality growth to ensure W|W meets its strategic objectives while and supporting the overall mission of W|W.


Job Requirements:

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Excellent writing, editing, presentation, and communication skills

  • Proficient in Google Drive & Microsoft Suite

  • Positive Attitude

  • Detail Oriented, and Organized

Responsibilities:

International Programs Responsibilities:

  • Support Field Coordinator with project reporting in accordance with W|W mWater standards

  • Attend bi-weekly IP Strategy meeting via google meet

  • Assist NPM with office operations as needed

Volunteer Program Responsibilities:

  • Volunteer team planning, hosting, and follow-up in accordance with Volunteer Program expectations.

  • Volunteer Logistics (food, housing, transportation and project) (support the Field Coordinator)

  • Have required documents with you at all times (EAP, Registration, Flight, etc.)

  • Support Field Coordinator with the volunteer budget preparations as needed

  • Be with or available to team 100% of the time

  • Communicate the schedule to the team, after developing it with the Field Coordinator

  • Lead evening debriefs with volunteers

  • Be aware of safety and security precautions

Communications and Research Responsibilities:

  • Gathering and submitting impactful and relevant media content

  • Relationship building with local partners, donors, and program stakeholder

Reporting:

This position reports to the Nepal National Program Manager. There will be times when this position will liaison between HQ and the local Nepal team. Constant collaboration between different departments and projects is highly encouraged throughout the organization.

Qualifications:

  • Support the Field Team in:

  • Support the identification and vetting of WaSH initiatives in support of W|W’s mission

  • Submission of project reporting in accordance with W|W mWater standards

  • Gathering and submitting impactful and relevant media content

  • Relationship building with local partners, donors, and program stakeholders

  • Volunteer team planning, hosting, and follow-up in accordance with Volunteer Program expectations.

Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree required

  • International travel experience

  • International experience leading teams strongly preferred

Compensation

This position is for an International Fellowship. As a Fellow, this position will not be considered a salaried employee of Wine To Water, but instead an independent contractor. Wine To Water will pay or reimburse for any reasonable, necessary, and approved expenses for travel, food, and lodging for Wine To Water.