Be proficient In The Basics

Two years ago, our Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Operations Officer invited me to present with them at one of our biggest, and most dedicated funders and partner’s headquarters. As the junior teammate, I was flattered and pumped for this opportunity. As an ambitious Marine turned MBA turned humanitarian, I felt this … Read More

The Birth of Run as One

“We always break bread with our partners,” said Josh Webster, one of the first Team Rubicon volunteers and the first staff member hired to handle onboarding, the volunteer database, and TR gear. Webster worked with Jake Wood, Team Rubicon’s CEO and co-founder, way back in 2010 and he’s been a part of TR ever since, in … Read More

Helping A Homeowner Save Thousands After Disaster

“EVACUATE IMMEDIATELY.”  The automated emergency alert system’s synthetic voice informed homeowner Joan Heasley to find shelter elsewhere until the heavy storm had passed.    “I was a blithering wreck when I heard it for the first time!” said Heasley.  Her home sits within the Robinhood Oaks Estates in Lake Elsinore, California, where, as of late, different … Read More

Get To Know Our Mobilization Team

Mobilization includes all activities that get TR volunteers to operations and back home. In Field Operations, we work alongside the planning, logistics, incident management, and mission planning teams to support the human element of operations. Success in this depends largely on collaborative efforts by everyone in the organization. There are mobilization managers on the territory, … Read More

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Miss Run As One

As spring starts to peek its head out from the brutal darkness of winter, we start to hear whispers around TR nation about the annual Run As One that is collectively held every April with other national veteran organizations. As many people rally the troops to start planning their local Run As One, others are … Read More

The Beginning of Team Rubicon

January 13, 2010 started for me like most mornings. After coming home from the gym, I peeled off my damp shirt and threw it in the hamper. Returning to the kitchen I took a carton of eggs out of the refrigerator and cracked them one by one into a sizzling pan on the stove. The … Read More