Carolyn Crowley Meub
Carolyn serves as the Executive Director of Pure Water for the World, Inc. Under her leadership, Pure Water has grown from a Rotary Club project into an effective non-governmental organization working in Haiti and Central America. Carolyn previously had a successful career in public relations, as well as special events and organizational management, including projects in political campaigns, and fundraising. She is active in Rotary International, having served as District Governor in 2001-2002 for District 7870, southern Vermont and southern New Hampshire. Carolyn and her husband, Bill, reside in Rutland, Vermont with their Portuguese Water Dogs: Calypso and Abracadabra.
Jamin has been working with Pure Water since 2007. After traveling to Haiti in 2008, she became even more committed to supporting Pure Water’s mission. Jamin has been instrumental in donor relations, personnel, database management, marketing, public relations, and her newest effort as Pure Water’s program manager. In this new role, Jamin manages programs in Haiti and Honduras as well as marketing and social media. She also serves as assistant to Pure Water’s Executive Director. Jamin is actively continuing her education, volunteering in her church, and enjoying her large extended family. Jamin is an avid equestrian and trains and competes in dressage. She resides in North Clarendon, Vermont.
Robin is the most recent addition to Pure Water. Joining the U.S. office in September, 2012, she brings “decades” of administrative experience to our team. Robin moved to Vermont in 2003 to follow her dream of living a more simple and self-sustaining existence. She lives on a small farm in Vermont with her love, Chuck, stepson, Ethan, four dogs, five cats, two goats, nine turkeys and over 50 chickens.
Country Director, Haiti
A native of Burlington, Vermont, Noelle is a graduate of St. Michael’s College and The University of Vermont College of Medicine. After serving as a medical officer in the U.S. Navy, Noelle returned to Vermont, where she practiced medicine until 2010. She joined Pure Water for the World, Haiti, in March 2010 as a volunteer following the 2010 earthquake, and has been the Deputy Director-Haiti since September 2010. She has two children in college.
Chief Project Coordinator
Jean Pape Ferolus
Marithza Lydie Noel
Adm.Assistant / Secretary
Francilien Villard Fragilien
María Regina Inestroza de Carias
Country Director, Honduras
Maria has been with Pure Water for the World since October, 2006. She is married and mother to a young boy, whose first word was agua (water). Maria graduated from Catholic University of Honduras with a major in environmental engineering. Before joining Pure Water for the World she worked at a national protected park on the north coast of Honduras for two years as the coordinator of their environmental education program. As coordinator, she taught environmental and sanitation practices to school teachers and directors. Maria represents Pure Water for the World on the Honduran board of Global Water, and is an active member of Rotary Club Nueva Tegucigalpa. She enjoys reading, traveling, spending time with her husband and son, learning other languages and movies.
Oscar Armando Andino
Oscar started working with Pure Water for the World in 2008. He graduated from the Technologic University of Honduras in industrial management. He was born 1981, the only son of three children. He was a JCI Member for 2 years, sharing the belief that in order to create lasting positive change, we must improve ourselves and the world around us. He enjoys playing basketball and in 2012 he married Yudy — the love of his life.
Mario started as a volunteer for Pure Water for the World in October 2012 and recently joined PWW as the local project manager. He graduated from Cranfield University, UK, obtaining an MSc in Community Water and Sanitation. Originally from Germany, he has spend almost a decade overseas, studying a bachelor in New Zealand, teaching English in Colombia and volunteering in the Bolivian jungle liberating a little baby monkey he named Catalina. He has now settled for a career in WASH, which he says allows him to bring people a gift every day: the gift of clean water.
Arlen Francisco Mejía
Ostilio Ramirez Cerrato
Fredy Geovanny Rodríguez
Karla Patricia Vargas
Luis Andres Garcia