Pure Water for the World announces its continued commitment to expand its reach into more communities with WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) solutions by adding its first Director of Development, Tracy Ebarb, to the US-based team.
Over the last 20 years, Ebarb has conducted over 75 Capital Stewardship Campaigns in Churches of all denominations and all sizes, across 17 states in the US. He is a sought after speaker, having spoken from over 100 pulpits, in the areas of stewardship and charitable giving.
Having served as the Executive Director of an international medical mission organization, with sites in Sierra Leone, Zambia, Malawi and Nicaragua, Ebarb has extensive experience working with and setting up NGOs in developing countries.
“I am thrilled to join an organization with a long-standing commitment to delivering sustainable clean water solutions to the most rural, remote communities in the developing world,” said Ebarb.
As Director of Development, Ebarb will have the responsibility for generating support for Pure Water for the World by conducting outreach efforts among individuals, corporations, aligning organizations, government and institutional funders. He will also be marketing the organization to stakeholders and the general public.
“We are very excited that Tracy has joined our team,” states Pure Water for the World Executive Director, Carolyn Crowley Meub. “Tracy’s background in community outreach for mission-oriented organizations, along with his passion for getting others involved with supporting basic human rights, beautifully complements our mission and work.”
Ebarb will be based out of Houston, Texas, where he lives with his wife and children.