Marc joined the PeerCorps Trust Fund in 2009 and has been active in its Center for Injury Prevention. Alongside PeerCorps, Marc is engaged with various projects concerning global health and disaster management. While at the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, Marc developed partnerships with the private sector to mobilize resources for cities to become more resilient during disasters. Marc has further worked with displaced children seeking asylum and has assessed the role of policy institutes and the effectiveness that they have in promoting global health in Africa. Marc is a graduate of Lund University in Sweden.
Mike has served as International Project Coordinator with the PeerCorps Trust Fund in Tanzania since 2007. Along with the Hon. Dr. Hamisi Kigwangalla, he co-founded Tanzania’s first community-based center for injury prevention in 2009. Mike helps to steer fund-raising, scientific and other activities within the PeerCorps Network. His civic, community and scholarly efforts have earned recognition from the National Conference for Community and Justice (USA), the American Legion (USA) and the Institute for International Education (USA) among others. Mike is a graduate of Karolinska Institutet in Sweden.