Founder & CEO
Kyle is a proud alum of Chapman University, where he graduated with a bachelors degree in Strategic and Corporate Communication. In 2015, after a couple of trips to Cambodia, he founded Wells for Wellbeing as an official 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Recently, Kyle finished his Masters in Teaching at Chapman University and plans on teaching business/social studies classes in high school. Additionally, Kyle is the head boys and girls water polo coach of Northwood High School in Irvine.
A high school water polo teammate of Kyle’s, Warren learned about the water crisis in Cambodia soon after Kyle’s first trip. Drawing on coursework in Social Welfare at UC Berkeley, Warren has advised Wells for Wellbeing on logistics and fundraising. In 2018, Warren will join the Board with a focus on fundraising. He currently lives in San Francisco and works in People Operations at Google.
Zack and Kyle met at Vanguard University as teammates on the water polo and swim teams. As an accountant, Zack has offered advice on financials and pricing. He graduated from Vanguard University with a degree in Business and received his Masters in Accounting from Biola University. In 2018, Zack joined the the Board with a focus on financials. He lives in Orange County with his wife, Karina, and dog Sparticus and currently works as an accountant for Conrad LLP.
Director of Operations, Cambodia
Saovry first met Kyle in 2013, when he visited Cambodia for the first time. After spending time with the Bible League in Cambodia, Saovry worked with Kyle to establish Wells for Wellbeing and a number of other business ventures. Saovry is in charge of all of Wells for Wellbeing’s operations in Cambodia. He currently lives in Cambodia with his wife and son.