Founder and Executive Director
Natalie founded R.O.C. Inc. and is currently serving as the executive director. She oversees all Vermont programs alongside Anna Rowland and oversees and manages the international health and cultural exchange program. Natalie will be pursuing a degree international relations and global health at Middlebury College.
Vermont Program Officer
Anna has traveled and done service work around the world including work in: Honduras, Guatemala, and Fiji. Her passion for service work combined with her curiosity about other cultures makes her the perfect fit for being the Vermont Director. Anna will be overseeing all Vermont High School and College Chapters; managing the tutoring program; and working alongside Natalie with fundraising.
Marketing and Outreach Coordinator
Rachel started the Stowe R.O.C chapter her senior year of high school in the fall of 2016 and began interning under Natalie Meyer during the summer of 2017. Now as of January of 2018, Rachel will be responsible for the planning, development and implementation of all R.O.C's marketing strategies, communications, and public relations. Rachel will be perusing a degree at Saint Michael's College in Biochemistry.
Kofi Nyalimba is the Ghana In-Country director for R.O.C. Inc. Kofi holds MA degree Governance and Sustainable Development from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and MSc. Public Health Promotion from Leeds Beckett United, UK. He also attained a BSc. Integrated Development Studies and HND Graphics Communication from Evangelical Presbyterian University and Takoradi Polytechnic, respectively. He has rich experience in community development, health promotion, youth empowerment, advocacy, grassroots participatory initiatives and social enterprise. Kofi has a passion for developing and implementing health, education, social and development programs. He has over 12 years working experience in reproductive health, feminine hygiene, HIV, TB, malaria and youth empowerment programs. Kofi also works with Persons Living with HIV and Orphans and Vulnerable Children a program that provides training, counseling, psychosocial support, stigma reduction, and connects this population with various support systems.