Allan Robbins (DPHC, MPH) has spent nearly three decades in global health and tropical medicine. A founding member of Water For Life, he has led workshops on water and sanitation in 20 nations. He also serves as the Int'l. Assoc. Dean for the University of the Nations' Global Health training. He and his wife Dee share a passion to help communities own and author their own process of development. They have three children and reside in Kona, Hawaii, USA.
Nick Greener is the Project Leader for Water for Life's work in East Africa. With a background in project management and logistics, including a Master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, Nick has worked on development projects in the South Pacific, Latin America, and Africa. Nick, his wife Jennifer, and their two children are living presently in Kigali, Rwanda where they oversee a project to provide drinking water for local schools. Roughly 80,000 children in the Kigali area attend school each day without access to a safe water source.