grahamGraham Huff, Executive Director

Graham visited Haiti for the first time in January, 2009, and was immediately drawn to the plight of children in schools without access to clean water and adequate sanitation facilities. Soon after launching League of Hope in 2009 to address these critical needs in some of the most remote parts of Haiti, the January, 2010 earthquake struck the Port Au Prince area.  For the next several months, Graham focused on relief work in the hardest hit areas around Leogane and Carrefour.  For his work in Haiti, Graham was recognized by the Institute of Industrial Engineers as a 2010 Engineer Who Makes A Difference.  Graham graduated Bachelor of Industrial Engineering with Highest Honors and received a Master of Science in Quantitative and Computational Finance with a George Fellowship at Georgia Tech’s #1 rated School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.


jane clarkJane B. Clark, Project Manager

Jane started working for League of Hope immediately following the January-2010 earthquake in Haiti. She was quickly thrown into action helping to organize LOH's first relief missions to the Port Au Prince area post quake. Jane has also worked on both the HAVTAP project and the Physical Therapy project from their inception, and has helped to develop LOH's partnerships with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the Emory University School of Medicine.

Jane graduated Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Scranton, PA and received a Master of Science in Public Health from New York University, NY.  Her work experience includes 6 years as a Clinical Trials Project Manager at the Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, and 6 years as an Administrator at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry.  

Jane is very excited to finally get to Haiti in early 2012 to witness in person the wonderful progress of LOH!