“What Would I DO?” – U.S.A. Campaign

The Purpose and Courage in Faith (PACIF) Network is proud to announce our first set of campaigns aimed at empowering individuals in need. The ‘‘What Would I Do?’’ campaign will provide three U.S. residents with a one-time payment equal to $100.00 USD. Please consult the information below to determine the eligibility requirements for you, or someone you know, to be considered.

‘‘WHAT WOULD I DO?’’

CAMPAIGN

Who: Any resident of the United States of America.

What: A one-time payment equal to $100.00 USD.

When: Tweet using the hashtags #WWID and #PACIF from August 15, 2020 to August 31, 2020.

Where: If currently reside in the U.S., you can apply.

Why: PACIF, as a nonprofit organization, is always looking for way to help those in need. Especially during these uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to lend a hand to hard-working individuals who would put $100.00 to good use for themselves and their family.

How: Tweet us @PACIFNetwork and let us know why $100.00 would change your current situation for the better. Be sure to include the hashtags #WWID & #PACIF.

*Note: Please only tweet us once to be considered. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

Approved by Members of the PACIF Network

“What Would I DO?” – Global Women’s Campaign

The Purpose and Courage in Faith (PACIF) Network is proud to announce our first set of campaigns aimed at empowering individuals in need. The ‘‘What Would I Do?’’ campaign will provide three female non-U.S. residents with a one-time payment equal to $50.00 USD in your local currency. Please consult the information below to determine the eligibility requirements for you, or someone you know, to be considered.

‘‘WHAT WOULD I DO?’’

CAMPAIGN

Who: Any female non-resident of the United States of America.

What: A local currency equivalent to $50.00 USD.

When: Tweet using the hashtags #WWID and #PACIF from August 15, 2020 to August 31, 2020.

Where: If your current residence is outside of the U.S., you can apply.

Why: PACIF, as a nonprofit organization, is always looking for way to help those in need. Especially during these uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to lend a hand to hard-working women who would put $50.00 to good use for themselves and their family.

How: Tweet us or DM us @PACIFNetwork and let us know why $50.00 would change your current situation for the better. Be sure to include the hashtags #WWID & #PACIF.

*Note: Please only tweet us once to be considered. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

Approved by Members of the PACIF Network

ANA RUBIANO – Member #1A

Member Identification Number: #1A

Member First Name: Ana

Member Last Name: Rubiano

Gender Identity: Female

Birth Place: Bogotá

Nationality: Colombian

Residence: Bogotá; Colombia

Occupation: Language Interpreter

Collegiate Affiliation or Declaration: EAN University

Certification(s) and Accolade(s): Bachelor’s Degree in Modern Languages with Emphasis in Translation

Boilerplate Matter(s): Underserved Communities; Poverty; Human Rights; Abuse of Authority; Gender Inequality; Social Class Gap

Hobby or Favorite Pastime: Swimming; Painting; Music; Travelling

Favorite Historical Event(s): Women’s Suffrage; End of the Berlin Wall; Gabriel García Márquez Nobel Prize

Despised Historical Event(s): Jorge Eliécer Gaitán’s death; Panamanian Independence; The murder of Jaime Garzón

Empowering Americans Nationwide and Women Globally.

ANDREW LANGLEY – Member #1B

Member Identification Number: #1B

Member First Name: Andrew

Member Last Name: Langley

Gender Identity: Male

Birth Year: 1991

Birth Place: Georgia

Nationality: American

Residence: Bogotá; Colombia

Occupation: ESL Instructor

Collegiate Affiliation or Declaration: Georgia State University & Universidad de los Andes

Certification(s) and Accolade(s): Master’s Degree in Education; Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations; Stoney Burgess Award

Boilerplate Matter(s): Education Reform; Poverty; Human Rights; Resource Depletion

Hobby or Favorite Pastime: Sports; Books; Music; Video Games

Favorite Historical Event(s): Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier

Despised Historical Event(s): Trail of Tears; U.S. foreign intervention (Panamanian Independence, Vietnam & Iraq Wars, etc.)

Empowering Americans Nationwide and Women Globally.

TIMI OMOTOSO – Member #1D

Member Identification Number: #1D

Member First Name: Timi

Member Last Name: Omotoso

Gender Identity: Male

Birth Year: 1992

Birth Place: New York

Nationality: American

Residence: Washington D.C.

Occupation: Auditor

Certification(s) and Accolade(s): Certified Public Accountant

Collegiate Affiliation or Declaration: Georgia State University Panthers

Boilerplate Matter(s): Gender-Inequality; Wealth Gap; Political Party System(s); Minimum Wage

Hobby or Favorite Pastime: Chess

Favorite Historical Event(s): Twentieth Century Decolonization

Despised Historical Event(s): Warfare

Empowering Americans Nationwide and Women Globally.