fiercely loves her three sons, and extends that mother-bear heart to the lives of vulnerable children whom some might consider “not her business.” As a student and educator, she connects with people around the world to learn how to be both sensitive and aggressive in fighting social injustice. Linda is the author of One Too Many, and the Director of Education at 3E.
likes to make plans once he’s already well on his way. As a police officer, he is comfortable placing himself in uncertain circumstances to pursue justice. He also runs Peppermint Toast Publishing, an independent small press that publishes children’s books. Grayson produced One Too Many in keeping with his mandate to raise money and awareness for important work being done on behalf of children.
became a student when he was five years old, and has been one ever since. He has spent the last forty years learning from children and families who live in desperate situations. His extensive travels and work with the charity Hope For The Nations has allowed him to be a perpetual learner across the developing world. Ralph may or may not have enjoyed actual school while growing up.
often lays awake at night, trying to keep up to his brain. He has nearly twenty years of experience in sales, marketing, consulting and vision-casting for new and established businesses and charities. He is the principal at Big Rocks Project Management, and tends to spend a lot of his time doing whatever his children are doing. Terry is the architect of 3E, as well as the Director of Enterprise.