Welcome to TAP's family!
We are thrilled to bring Executives Without Borders to our team and welcome Robert Goodwin to our Board of Directors. We are so excited for the possibilities of expanding and improving our collective impact.
We know that by working together, we can give lift more people out of poverty with the opportunity of a job.
—Becky, CEO of The Adventure Project
Executives Without Borders was founded in 2007 out of a program at Harvard Business School to help strengthen nonprofit outcomes and build sustainable economies around the world.
For the next nine years, Executives Without Borders focused on eliminating poverty through the creation of jobs and strengthening the operations of existing nonprofit organization by identifying projects and organizations in need of finance, marketing and operations support and building relationships with professionals and companies to provide consulting services and assist with implementation.
In Haiti, ExeWB lead the establishment of a nationwide plastics recycling program (nicknamed Ramase Lajan) following the 2010 earthquake. The program provided income and jobs for more than 1,500 Haitians daily, generated over $600,000 for Haitian communities, improved sanitation and recycled over 7 million pounds of plastic (over 140 million bottles).
In Honduras, assisted the Central American Medical Outreach in improving logistics and communications in the delivery of medical care to over 1 million people in underserved communities.
In India, working with Nanhi Kali, strengthened information technology programs and data processing allowing the organization to provide education opportunities to more girls that would otherwise not have access to education.
In Brazil, working with the US Chamber of Commerce, IBM, HP, Dow Chemical, and Amadeus to create the Business Corps leveraging professional expertise to provide over $500,000 in pro-bono support to three of the top NGOs working in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro. Support included everything from translation services to event management to IT implementation and also helped raise over $400,000 to support medical and education programs.
Mission Schools International (MSI) is an organization dedicated to building schools in one of the poorest provinces of Rwanda. ExecWB assisted MSI with organizational and operational strategy to facilitate better program implementation as well as basic HTML coding for communications.
R. Subramaniam Iyer
James K. Haveman, Jr.
Steven F. Layton
Parag C. Shah
Ralph and Janice James
Jon and Amy Frost
AJ and Sunny Scribante
Don and Kim Taylor
Jamie and Chris Frain
Donna and Jerry Cody
Harvard Business School
The Plastic Bank
Genesis Partners Palm Beach
McGregor Links Foundation
Dow Chemical Corporation
Pittsburgh Kids Foundation
Robert and Ardis James Foundation
Gordon V. & Helen C. Smith Foundation