My name is Sabore Ole Oyie. I am a chief of my village, a warrior and an elder of the Maasai tribe in Kenya. I reside in Kenya, where my tribe lives a pastoral life, herding cows, goats and sheep. We move around a lot, depending on where there is water, and where there is grass for our animals to

Sabore Ole Oyie

My name is Dr. Eric L. Weiss, and it is my pleasure to introduce the portable Merlin water purifier to you. By way of background, I trained in medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, Emergency Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, before joining the faculty in Emergency Medicine at Stanford University. 

Eric L. Weiss, MD, DTM&H

Stanford University School of Medicine

My name is Dan Ghiorso, chief of the Woodside Fire Protection District. We have three fire stations, that protect about 16,000-25,000 people spread across two Towns and unincorporated county areas with about 32 square miles of responsibility. Our district is a mix of medium density homes (4-5/acre), low density homes (1-20 acres, many with equestrian facilities), and second growth redwood forest/wilderness.

Dan Ghiorso

Chief of the Woodside Fire Protection District

St Luke’s New Life Center is in Flint, Mich. It is a center for battered women, and for homeless children.
The exterior doors are armored and locked from the inside, to protect the residents. St Luke’s is located at 3115 Lawndale, Ave, Flint Mich, 48504. It was founded in 2002 by two Dominican nuns, Sister Carol Weber and Sister Judy Blake. This year, Sister Carol celebrates her 50th anniversary, graduating from “nun college”. Sister Carol has also earned a MA, and a PhD. Sister Carol can be reached at (810) 239- 8710, and by email at cweber@stlukenewlifecenter.com. The web address for St Luke’s center is: www.stlukenewlifecenter.com St Luke’s center serves over 3,000 people per week from their commercial kitchen from their pantry. These meals go to some of the most impoverished people in Flint, including battered women and homeless children.

St Luke’s Center for Battered Women and Homeless Children