Kennedy Ole Sankale
Kennedy is a co-founder of Share the Wellth. A Massai warrior, musician, and cultural ambassador from the Massai tribe in Kenya, Kennedy brings first-hand knowledge of conditions and needs of his indigenous tribe to the forefront. After a decade of success as a radio and television personality, Kennedy co-founded Esiankiki, a Kenya based nonprofit that targets underserved communities. When he’s not raising awareness about the Maasai, you can find Kennedy enjoying time with his beautiful family.
David Warren Goodknife
David Warren Goodknife is a co-founder of Share the Wellth. Based in San Diego, David is a husband and father of 3 daughters, Spiritual leader, Head Minister of Assembly of the Divine NAC, Fire Chief SDN Sundancer, Pipe Carrier, visionary, inventor, activist and CEO of Healing Sacrament. David has close to 3 decades of Ceremony, on and off the reservation. When he’s not building community and making things happen, you can find David singing or meditating in the sweat lodge.
Merab is a lawyer and lecturer at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa in Kenya where she specializes in Gender and Human Rights. She is currently pursuing a PhD in sustainable peace and security. She believes wholeheartedly that water is a basic human right. Merab is excited to bring her expertise and passion regarding advocacy for indigenous communities to Share the Wellth in order to make that right a reality. When she’s not busy building a better world, Merab loves to travel and listen to music.
Heaven brings over 10 years of nonprofit fundraising to Share the Wellth. She has developed strategic plans and managed diverse teams for organizations ranging from environmental and reproductive rights policy, to international development with a focus on sustainability. She is currently pursuing her CFRE and looks forward to a lifetime in nonprofit development. A native Texan, you can find Heaven outside in the garden or hanging with her dog in Austin.
Edgar Gold studied international business in Santa Monica college and has pursued a career in international affairs for development in Latin America. He brings his passion for web development and design as well as protecting our natural planet to Share the Wellth. You can oftentimes find Edgar cycling and practicing martial arts.
Ardeshir is a student in San Diego where he studies computer science. He moved to the US from his native country of Iran at age 13 with no formal English skills. Ardy went on to pursue college and be a model for his community. Ardy films and edits videos for Share the Wellth and is happy to help others and volunteer for a good cause. When he’s not behind a computer or camera, you can find him playing volleyball and soccer with his friends.