Co-Founder | Chief Executive Office
A jack of all trades Lorely can do it all. As a native Californian she captures the essence of relaxation and sunshine, but understands the importance of getting things done. As the oldest of five children, Lorely was molded into a strong and assertive leader and protector. After years in the wedding industry Lorely has developed a into a widely successful creative and business woman, she currently oversees the social logistics and presentation of our organization. Apart from working as the Creative Director and Associate Photographer for a local photography studio, she can be found keeping up with the latest fashion trends, sailing in the Pacific Ocean, rocking out at a concert or relaxing at home with her many siblings.
Co-Founder | Chief Financial Officer
Also known as Wonder Woman and Mama Meza, Suny is the proud mother of five children and avid supporter of difference makers everywhere. Born and raised in Morelos, Mexico she has a deep understanding of life outside of the United States. Suny is a natural born leader and woman of action. After a 19 year break from school, she received her high school diploma in 2013 and hopes to begin her journey towards a college degree. Embodying all the characteristics of a Godly woman she strives to serve others in any way that she can. We can count on her to keep us on track and motivated both in business and in life. When she's not busy running a household, working, or volunteering at school functions you can find her out and about with her family or in the kitchen cooking up new and ridiculously delicious dishes.
Co-Founder | Director of People + Culture
Devoted to serving others and being a life long student, Pamela is currently a medical student at Stanford University School of Medicine. A proud Bruin she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology from UCLA in 2015. Pamela is a seasoned world traveler and believes in the power of learning about new cultures through first hand experience. Her various work and research in Latin America have driven her desire for a career in Global Health. Having experienced first hand the opportunities that a higher education provides, Pamela is committed to empowering students to create their own paths through education and innovation. When she's not studying, or traveling, you can find her working on the boards of Stanford Medicine's Latino Medical Student Association and Organization for Global Health.