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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Our Team

Tim Bailey, Project Director, is a first-year graduate student at the UT School of Social Work.  He entered the program with seven years’ experiencein medical administration and an undergraduate degree in business administration from William Carey University in Hattiesburg, MS.  He is actively engaged in many civic and humanitarian organizations around the Austin area, mostly in AIDS services, most notably as Vice-Chair of the Austin Area HIV Planning Council.  He has served as coordinator and clinic manager on projects in Mexico and India and also has been part of community development in The Dominican Republic. Tim is organizing the business portion of the project.
Mary Clayton, Project Manager, is a senior in Mechanical Engineering, graduating in May 2011. As an undergraduate research assistant of the Webber Energy Group, she has conducted research on the nexus of energy and water. Mary plans to attend graduate school to continue to explore her interest in sustainable energy. Outside of the classroom and lab, Mary participates in service projects including volunteering at a food bank and engineering projects for underserved communities. 
Kelsey Koszela, Communications Manager, is a sophomore Civil Engineering major, working on a certificate in Social Entrepreneurship and Non-profits with a specification in International Development to pair with her degree. She is heavily involved with Young Life, a ministry organization that reaches out to high school students, and volunteers with Feed My People and other community service organizations. She is heading the fundraising and recycling education portion of the project.
Gregory Iles, Production and Structures Manager, is a junior in the Civil Engineering department at the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. After finishing his undergraduate degree at UT, Gregory plans on attending graduate school to earn a Master's in Environmental Engineering with a focus on Water Resource Management or Renewable Energy.

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