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Bruce and Pam McCormick

Co-Directors uganda Projects


Pam McCormick- along with a Bachelor's in Elementary Education and some experience in teaching various grades Pam has a sales background. She was CEO and owner of a small telecommunications company in Northern Colorado for a short time. After raising 3 children and helping raise two step children she now is retired and is enjoying grandchildren. She came to H.E.L.P. International in 2005 working alongside Jean Kaye. In 2008 she took her first trip to Africa on a medical mission trip. Having been gripped by the needs in Africa, she returned a year later. On this trip she and Jean Kaye began a school for children unable to attend school due to extreme poverty in the village of Masese, Uganda. Since that time her focus has been on equipping the school and helping transform the community around it. Helping lead teams she has been to Uganda frequently since 2009. Currently much of her time is spent promoting the selling of Ugandan jewelry to raise funds for the project and in raising awareness through social media. Nurturing relationships between the US and the village are also goals and empowerment of a self sustainable village in Maese is her prayer.

Bruce McCormick Bruce works at Avago Technologies as a test technician with the Wireless Signals Division. Avago makes various components for cell phones. Bruce has a an associates degree in electronics, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking. Prior to his career in the technology industry, he built and ran a dairy farm with his father. Utilizing both his experience as a dairy farmer and his computer technology expertise, he has joined Jean Kaye and his wife, Pam, in the empowerment of the Ugandan village of Masese. Beyond his involvement with the HELP Primary School construction team, he dreams of bringing computers to schools throughout the Jinja area. As he networks local Ugandan government and community resources to U.S. donors, he hopes to create a synergy that will enable HELP's community empowerment goals for Masese


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