Who we are
H HEDAC was founded by a group of volunteers impassioned by the idea that they could make a difference in this world. As volunteers they offer their time and pay their own way to travel to Honduras as part of the fulfillment of their personal philanthropic objectives. HEDAC, since 2005 still remains an all U.S. based-volunteer organization allowing us to apply our donors' funds to running operations and programs several thousand miles away. In Honduras we have about 30 volunteers supplemented with several part-time contractors playing key roles in our operations.
Who We are
HEDAC is defined by the unwavering commitment of our current and past board members, auxillary board members and volunteers. Join us!
Marcy SpectorBoard Member
Michael IrelandBoard Member
Ken BredemeierBoard Member
Marie WhiteBoard Member
Joshua SpectorBoard Member
Carolynn PoulsenPast Board Member
Alexis IriasAuxillary Board, Marketing
Bleusette RandallAuxillary, Past Board
Nina AversaAuxillary Board, Past Board
Eric HermanAuxillary, Past Board
Heidi AvedisianAuxillary, Past Board
Amy EndresAuxillary Board
Henry SotoMayorAuxillary Board
Tiffany RampeyAuxillary Board, Educator
Mary Jo FernedingAuxillary Board, Educator
Jen WhitfieldAuxillary Board, Educator
Stephanie KirbyAuxillary Board, Educator
Tara KleckaPast Board Member
David PavlakPast Board Member
Holly NorwickIn Memory of Holly, Past Board Member and Friend
Want to be a part of our team?
Volunteers are needed to help take us to the next level. If any of these descriptions interest you please contact us.
Board member positions are available for candidates with fundraising experiences including coordinating annual benefits, grant writing, soliciting corporate sponsorships.
Educators with knowledge of creating programs for our after school facility for K-12 are welcome to apply. Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills are preferred but not required.
Auxillary board members work on a project basis. Areas of need include professional translations (writing and oral), grant writers, event planners, and worker bees for organizing and packing donations.