THE 52 KIDS FAMILY

Nicholas Carriero Nicholas leads multidisciplinary capacity building programs that help government officials from Africa build infrastructure in their countries. He also performs due diligence, on behalf of the U.S. Government,  on Fortune 500 companies and start-ups that want to connect Africa to the grid (i.e. improve rural communities and others' access to electricity). He often works with folks from Sub-Saharan Africa and believes this foundation gave him the foundation needed to succeed in his field. He mentions, to clients, the foundation's work often and always gets a positive response. He says “I would not be the person I am today without the 52 Kids Foundation.”

Nicholas Carriero

Nicholas leads multidisciplinary capacity building programs that help government officials from Africa build infrastructure in their countries. He also performs due diligence, on behalf of the U.S. Government,  on Fortune 500 companies and start-ups that want to connect Africa to the grid (i.e. improve rural communities and others' access to electricity). He often works with folks from Sub-Saharan Africa and believes this foundation gave him the foundation needed to succeed in his field. He mentions, to clients, the foundation's work often and always gets a positive response. He says “I would not be the person I am today without the 52 Kids Foundation.”

Angie Dunkling Angie is a Vermont native from Shelburne, VT. She visited Uganda with the 52 Kids Foundation in 2010. During that time, the foundation was completing construction on the dormitory that houses the kids, and working to create medical records for each of the children. Angie said “It was one of the most meaningful and rewarding experiences for me and I was able to make lifelong friendships during my visit to Kamuli.” Currently, she is a resident at the University of Vermont and training in their General Practice Residency program as a dentist. She is interested in implementing a dental program within the 52 Kids Foundation and would love the opportunity to travel to Kamuli again.

Angie Dunkling

Angie is a Vermont native from Shelburne, VT. She visited Uganda with the 52 Kids Foundation in 2010. During that time, the foundation was completing construction on the dormitory that houses the kids, and working to create medical records for each of the children. Angie said “It was one of the most meaningful and rewarding experiences for me and I was able to make lifelong friendships during my visit to Kamuli.” Currently, she is a resident at the University of Vermont and training in their General Practice Residency program as a dentist. She is interested in implementing a dental program within the 52 Kids Foundation and would love the opportunity to travel to Kamuli again.

Peter Cataldo Peter is a surgeon at UVMMC (University of Vermont Medical Center) and has lived in Shelburne,VT for 21 years. He went to UVM and played soccer with John Koerner (the owner of Folinos Pizza). He have 2 daughters, Colleen and Anna.  Colleen recently graduated from UVM and plans to attend med school in 2017. She will be going to Uganda spring 2017 to help with 52 Kids.  His involvement with 52 Kids comes into play whenever he has pizza parties. He purchase their pizza dough from Folinos, that then gives all of the proceeds made from their pizza dough to the 52 Kids Foundation. They hosted a pizza party in support of 52 Kids fall 2015 in their backyard.

Peter Cataldo

Peter is a surgeon at UVMMC (University of Vermont Medical Center) and has lived in Shelburne,VT for 21 years. He went to UVM and played soccer with John Koerner (the owner of Folinos Pizza). He have 2 daughters, Colleen and Anna.  Colleen recently graduated from UVM and plans to attend med school in 2017. She will be going to Uganda spring 2017 to help with 52 Kids. 

His involvement with 52 Kids comes into play whenever he has pizza parties. He purchase their pizza dough from Folinos, that then gives all of the proceeds made from their pizza dough to the 52 Kids Foundation. They hosted a pizza party in support of 52 Kids fall 2015 in their backyard.

 
Lindsey Kingston  Lindsey is a born and raised Vermonter. She Graduated from Champlain Valley Union High School in 2010 and went on to complete a degree in Environmental Biology at Middlebury College. Vermont can be a bubble but when 52 Kids entered her life she was shown the vastness of our world both in size and inequality. She was introduced to 52 Kids through her high school soccer team and has since fundraised, spoken on their behalf to various audiences, and traveled to Kamuli, Uganda twice. She said “ I would not be who she is, where I am or as dedicated to public health, if it were not for my experiences with 52 Kids. They have helped me to realize how rare it is for a technical doctor, or prominent health professional, to have the broader vision of how to empower youth to sustainably rise out of poverty.

Lindsey Kingston 

Lindsey is a born and raised Vermonter. She Graduated from Champlain Valley Union High School in 2010 and went on to complete a degree in Environmental Biology at Middlebury College.

Vermont can be a bubble but when 52 Kids entered her life she was shown the vastness of our world both in size and inequality. She was introduced to 52 Kids through her high school soccer team and has since fundraised, spoken on their behalf to various audiences, and traveled to Kamuli, Uganda twice. She said “ I would not be who she is, where I am or as dedicated to public health, if it were not for my experiences with 52 Kids. They have helped me to realize how rare it is for a technical doctor, or prominent health professional, to have the broader vision of how to empower youth to sustainably rise out of poverty.