As I prepared to leave Operation Continuing Promise in Honduras, I found myself asking the same questions I always do when I leave a disaster or humanitarian mission. Did we do enough? Did we make a difference? Is it better now than it was before we came? These questions are always hard to answer with … Read More
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After serving in the Wisconsin Army National Guard for 12 years, dental hygienist Brittany Jadgfeld puts her skills to use with Team Rubicon in Central America.
Public Information Officer, Sedef Buyukataman, shares how she supports Team Rubicon volunteers on deployments.
“I found in Team Rubicon what I’d been missing. I needed purpose and a mission to complete. I need the camaraderie of working alongside other Greyshirts. I needed to be able to put service over self once again.”