Bethany Davidson-Widby, Founder and Executive Director
Bethany Davidson-Widby has held a true love for Guatemala for over 15 years. She first visited this amazing country while backpacking solo through Central America. Bethany has worked and traveled extensively in over 50 countries since her inaugural travels to Norway as an exchange student in 1992. When not focusing her efforts on growing A Heart for Guatemala, she works as an international development consultant and loves being a mom to her 12 year old son Seth. She holds an MBA in Global Management, a M.Ed in Elementary Education, a BA in International Relations and a BA in Business Administration. It was her dream to start a non-profit, and A Heart for Guatemala is her dream being fulfilled. Bethany can be reached at: email@example.com
William Widby, Director of Communications
William Widby has traveled all over the world from Russia to Peru and places in-between. Having spent his early years in the Air Force working on nuclear missiles, followed by 15 years in the telecommunications industry, his business and management experience is invaluable to our organization. Will has appeared in commercials, interviews, and television spots both nationally and locally, as well as in local print. Will is the adventuresome one of the group flying helicopters and airplanes, not to mention racing stock cars and fly-fishing. He is a lifelong Tennessee Volunteers and Chicago Cubs fan and recently moved to Montana with his family. Will can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Davidson, Board of Directors
Richard Davidson is an accomplished businessman and a Master Builder. He divides his time between Michigan, Montana, and Arizona, spending time with his children and grandchildren. He is currently building a home in Northern Michigan and spends time golfing and traveling with friends.
Amber Engel, Board of Directors
Amber Engel is the Assistant Director at Nature's Way Montessori School in Knoxville, Tennessee. Amber is an AMS credentialed Montessori guide through the Houston Montessori Center. Prior to becoming a teacher, Amber chose to combine her love of history and scuba diving by studying underwater archaeology. Amber is mother to two beautiful children who keep her on her toes!