M. Barrett Miller, Co-Founder, Managing Director, Western Hemisphere.
While living in Russia, England and Ireland, Mr. Miller traveled extensively throughout Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. During those travels, Mr. Miller had the opportunity to observe and assist people living in extremely difficult conditions. This experience included assisting various organizations in the development of programs to distribute food and educate the poor and disenfranchised.
As a great deal of the work is speaking up for others the Let Kids Be Kids, Inc. motto is:
"Advocacy for Those Seeking a Voice." He was co founder of a non-profit (Greater Seattle Cares) dedicated to assisting the homeless in making transitions into housing and the workplace.
Mr. Miller has authored a number of books based on various adventures around the world.
Mr. Miller has assisted Mr. Graham in Australia, on a number of occasions, supporting his programs with the Cape York Aboriginals. See Mapoon and Lamalama Peoples ebook.
Connemara Productions Ltd was created in order to support the advocacy work of Let Kids Be Kids, Inc. through video production, articles, books and speaking engagements. All proceeds are used to support the work of Let Kids Be Kids, Inc.
Terry Graham, Co-Founder, Managing Director, Australasia.
Mr. Graham has a career of working with victims of war and natural calamities in Indonesia, East Timor, Iraq, Kurdistan, Afghanistan and Viet Nam. A major emphasis has been dealing with children caught up in these crises. Mr. Graham recently returned from Dilli, East Timor, where he was responsible for providing shelter and assistance to the many children and vulnerable families affected by the civil unrest. He is a founding member of a voluntary group working to better the care and education of children in the southern part of Vietnam through the building of schools, clinics and a large orphanage in regional villages.
Mr. Graham has a lifetime commitment to the Aboriginal people of Australia, particularly in furthering the advancement of those in the remote Cape York Peninsula region. He has extensive knowledge of the history, customs and culture of the various tribal groups throughout much of Australia.
Mr. Graham has orchestrated many assistance projects to support the needs and aspirations of the people in the area of housing, education and enterprise. He was recently in the Northern Territory where he met University of Melbourne students who operate "Teachabout", a youth-led organisation that runs a school holiday program to extend and enrich learning through activities in remote communities. Mr. Graham is very enthusiaastic about this, and other programs, he has visited that attempt to make life a little better for many in remote areas across Australia...
Recently Mr. Graham was invited by the President of East Timor to return to help with further plans for reconstruction.
Megan is involved with Special Olympices, working with young kids in Special Education, as well as reaching out to serving those imprisoned. She is also very active in women’s rights and animal rescue efforts.