Meet the people behind JUMP! Foundation.
Executive Director - Bangkok
Justin Bedard spent his childhood playing in the islands of Indonesia and his formative years exploring and learning in China. He has a strong passion for educational innovation, and he is recognized for his commitment to youth programs around the world. He has filled his life with organizational consulting, leadership facilitation, community development, and time playing in the wilderness. Most importantly, Justin is a passionate mountaineer and enjoys spending as much time as he can on mountain peaks around the world.
Southeast Asia Program Director - Bangkok
Director of Global Citizenship - Bangkok
Erick Van Til
Director of Programs - Bangkok
Erick spent split his childhood between Canada and the Dominican Republic. In 2009, Erick began working as a field instructor for the National Outdoor Leadership School, leading expedition-length whitewater canoe and trekking programs. His time with NOLS further deepened his belief in the transformative power of wilderness and adventure experiences. After a decade and a half of work in the field, Erick made the transition to administrative work. When he’s not at work, Erick enjoys reading, music and family adventures with his partner Lindsay and their three children Hilko, Kina and Eva.
Finance Director - Bangkok
Adventure and travel-lover, Ian Harvie, is originally from Adelaide, Australia. He completed his Bachelor of Economics degree at the University of Adelaide before commencing a career in business and finance with the accounting firm of Pricewaterhouse, where he worked for 20 years around the globe. During this time, Ian qualified as both a Chartered Accountant and Certified Public Accountant. More recently, Ian served in senior financial leadership roles with two U.S. Public companies driving financial reporting, treasury management, strategy, and business process improvements. During his spare time, Ian continues to enjoy travel, family connections, and keeping up to date with his favourite Australian and North American sports teams.
North America Director - Vancouver
Manager of the Facilitator Network - Bangkok
Manager of Growth and Innovation - Bangkok
Finance Officer – Bangkok
Finance Manager - Bangkok
Program Manager - Beijing
Senior Finance Manager - Beijing
Jonathan Lee Campbell
NIST X Program Director - Bangkok
NIST X Program Manager - Bangkok
Indigo has spent her life traveling around the world and as a result, she sees herself as global citizen. As a child, Indigo and her father, which inspired her to pursue the field of outdoor education. Indigo loves planning and running International Award Trips because she believes that they provide students with an authentic way to reconnect and be in nature while developing their soft and hard skills. Before working for Jump! Indigo worked as a PE teacher and one of her favorite things is thinking of innovative ways to incorporate experiential education into the curriculum. Outside of work, Indigo loves to travel, play ultimate frisbee, and dance!
Partnership Manager - Bangkok
Becky grew up on a horse farm in central Kentucky. She fell in love with Northeast
Thailand while studying abroad in university. Becky has spent 8 years creating
experiential learning opportunities for students studying abroad in Southeast Asia. After
years of learning from human rights defenders in Thailand, she co-founded a social
enterprise called the Radical Grandma Collective that supports a group of women
weavers fundraising to fight against gold mining in their village.
Katrina Renae Myers
Senior Program Manager - Bangkok
Katrina has firsthand experience with the power of elevating student voices. At a young age, she was taught that her voice could and should be heard, and she had the power to make a difference. She began lobbying congressional officials across the country with Amnesty International. This experience molded her identity. Katrina’s professional life has spanned a variety of sectors, all with the elevation of future generations at the forefront. From engaging the youth vote in US politics to engaging youth in agriculture abroad, her passion for educating the future generation is ever present. She thrives in new environments and cultures, striving to learn something new every day.
Perrin Clore Duncan
Marketing Officer and Executive Administrator
An Edmond, Oklahoma native, Perrin Clore Duncan graduated from DePauw University Cum Laude in May of 2017 with an Economics and Studio Art double major and Spanish minor. Though she’s proud of her roots, she continuously seeks out international immersive experiences. She received her Master of Fine Arts from The Burren College of Art in County Clare, Ireland in April 2019. Perrin is an avid cyclist and runner, always on the hunt for a good read, and given the choice she’d rather be outdoors than inside. Perrin’s personal blog and website can be found at perrincloreduncan.com. She is a proudly certified Wilderness First Responder, passionate about pursuing a life of purpose, and deeply believes in the value of education for all.
Global Citizenship Centre Director - Dubai
Anne is a dedicated education leader with a passion for the development of global citizens. She graduated with a BA(Hons) Degree in Sports Science and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Secondary Education from Bedford College of Physical Education, UK. She has gained senior leadership experience through working in international schools as well as through working as a senior project manager with the world-renowned IPC Media group in London. Anne is a co-founder of Polio Points, a rewards model for schools which connects the outcomes of positive actions by individual students on a daily basis, raising funds to support the purchase of polio vaccines. Anne’s knowledge and skills are varied and have evolved through experience of analyzing contextual needs.
Operations and Office Coordinator - Bangkok
Genevieve was born and raised in New York and moved to Washington, D.C. after completing her undergraduate degrees in International Development and French. She has always had a passion for working with youth and learning about other cultures and languages, which led her to join the Peace Corps in 2017. For 2 years, Genevieve worked to empower youth in Northeastern Thailand to become leaders in their communities and collaborated with local government agencies to provide youth with experiential learning opportunities. Now residing in Bangkok, in her free time, Genevieve can be found exploring Bangkok’s green spaces and coffee shops.
JUMP! Impact Fellow Program Officer - Bangkok
Program Officer, Princeton in Asia Fellow - Bangkok
Nick grew up in California, USA, lucky to spend much of his childhood in the mountains and along the coast. It was while living in New York, ironically, that he became involved in outdoor education, leading canoe trips for his college and going backpacking with friends. Since joining JUMP! he has facilitated throughout southeast Asia, his highlight being the creative and culturally-focused program in Battambang, Cambodia. He has enjoyed facilitating in many places that are new to him, becoming a more intentional teacher and learner, and exploring the unique ways experiential learning can enrich the traditional classroom. A lifelong dancer, Nick is passionate about the arts and strives to maintain a place for them in his life, whether on JUMP! programs or on his own time.
Warangkana Detsawana (New)
HR & Office Administrator - Bangkok
Senior Program Manager - Beijing
Assistant Director of Southeast Asia Partnerships - Bangkok
UK native, Stacey Jones is passionate about Leadership that empowers social change. Having previously worked as PE teacher and MYP Action as Service co-ordinator at Stamford American International School in Singapore and through her work with United Through Sport and Bhubesi Pride in Africa and the Caribbean, she is passionate about practical and active immersion as a way of empowering personal growth and social change. She is currently studying for her MA International Education at The University of Bath with a focus on Global Citizenship Education, EQ and Leadership. As part of the Compass Education Youth Empowerment group, she supports Youth in the South-East Asia region. Having co-facilitated the running of ServICE, Global Social leaders and helping prepare students for GIN Manilla, 2019. Stacey believes in the power of collaboration and partnerships to create a better world. In her free time, she likes traveling, hiking, connecting, exercising and reading.
Senior Program Manager
Ally was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, and later followed her father’s roots back to Minnesota to study Studio Art/Design and Environmental Studies in hopes of pursuing a career in Urban Design and Architecture. However shortly after graduation she naturally found herself working once again with youth. She led backcountry wilderness trips, and served a year with AmeriCorps where she provided social-emotional and academic support to at-risk and underserved youth at a public school in Minnesota. She developed a passion for counseling and coaching as she recognizes the transformational impact of mentoring others to seek their own answers to the challenges and questions they encounter in life. Ally is committed to developing programs and curriculum for youth that focus on social-emotional learning, personal leadership, and community development. Ally juggles her free time between her many interests of playing basketball and volleyball, practicing Muay Thai, and exploring Bangkok’s thriving art scene and outdoor green spaces.