We can be changemakers and peacemakers. We will lead the way!
The people, governance practices, and partners that make the organization tick.
Chief Ideas Officer
Since starting Paisley’s Pals in 2018, Paisley has already touched the lives of thousands and received praise and attention from all over the world. From Mexico City, Mexico down to Nicaragua and as far away as Greece, Rwanda, and Uganda, Paisley’s humanitarian work is garnering global attention. Incredibly, Paisley has previously been nominated for the Nansen Refugee Award handed out by the UNHCR (United Nations Refugee Agency). This prestigious award has been given to people like Eleanor Roosevelt and Senator Edward Kennedy for their charitable work. When Paisley is not busy building schools, collecting books or packing blessing bags, she loves surfing, playing with her brothers, learning about geography and traveling around the world. Peru is the #1 place on her Bucket List, and she hopes to become an architect or an engineer one day and maybe even win a Nobel Peace Prize. She looks up to Malala Yousafzai, Michelle Obama, Greta Thunberg and Marley Dias.
Chief Executive Officer
Paisley's Pals mission is to empower the next generation of global citizens through quality education aimed at developing innovative world leaders and compassionate social activists determined to create a more peaceful world.
Paisleys PalsOfficers, directors, trustees, and key employees
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