Nancy Bauer

 

nancy2.jpgNancy is a passionate social justice activist who, in 2008, co-founded Mango Tree Foundation. A long time CARE Action Network District 6 Chair Nancy has had opportunities to work with elected officials as an advocate for the world's most marginalized populations, particularly women.  Nancy has also held the position of Congressional District Leader for the ONE Campaign in Atlanta, again utilizing her talents to reach out to elected officials regarding foreign policy.  

While completing her undergraduate degree in 2007 Nancy had some unique opportunities to conduct research projects focusing on social entrepreneurs in Argentina.  She also successfully conducted an initiative to send "recycled" bicycles to a community of farmers and factory workers in Uganda.

Mango Tree Foundation was born out of the belief that all humans have the ability to make the world a better place.  In addition, Nancy is the current President of the Advisory Board for Geography and Anthropology at Kennesaw State University.  In her spare time, Nancy volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank.


Lynn M.Patterson 

 

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Lynn M. Patterson, co-founder of Mango Tree Foundation, has strong interests in sustainability and the empowerment of women.  Having traveled frequently and extensively across the globe, Lynn recognizes the need for women to have equitable access to resources as a part of community development.  Marrying the traditions of community development, economic development and environmental responsibility, Lynn is pleased to be able to assist women globally to reach their maximum potential and contribute to the betterment of their own communities. 

Lynn earned a Ph.D. in City & Regional Planning from Georgia Tech, an M.A. in Geography from the University of Arizona and a B.A. in Geography from Johns Hopkins University.  She recently completed a 15 year career in academic as an Associate Professor of Geography for Kennesaw State University.  She is now Senior Consultant at SC&H Group where she assists companies to find the right community for their facilities.  


Nancy Bauer


nancy2.jpgNancy is a passionate social justice activist who, in 2008, co-founded Mango Tree Foundation. A long time CARE Action Network District 6 Chair Nancy has had opportunities to work with elected officials as an advocate for the world's most marginalized populations, particularly women.  Nancy has also held the position of Congressional District Leader for the ONE Campaign in Atlanta, again utilizing her talents to reach out to elected officials regarding foreign policy.  

While completing her undergraduate degree in 2007 Nancy had some unique opportunities to conduct research projects focusing on social entrepreneurs in Argentina.  She also successfully conducted an initiative to send "recycled" bicycles to a community of farmers and factory workers in Uganda.

Mango Tree Foundation was born out of the belief that all humans have the ability to make the world a better place.  In addition, Nancy is the current President of the Advisory Board for Geography and Anthropology at Kennesaw State University.  In her spare time, Nancy volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank.