Anne Fowler (Canada) is serving as Secretary for the Honduras Child Alliance and is involved in several additional projects as well. Anne is Canadian and was raised in Toronto. She worked in nursing, as a flight attendant and then owned a Toronto based Human Resources company for over 30 years. When not in Honduras, Anne enjoys golf, gardening and reading, along with spending time with her two grown children and their families.
Anne began coming to Honduras with annual short-term medical missions in 1993. Upon retiring in 2001 (trust us – – Anne is far from retired!), Anne began spending 6 months of each year in Honduras. Her first four years were at an eye clinic for the poor in El Progresso and then for the past 10 years, have been in El Porvenir.
Anne has developed a variety of community programs to benefit children. Some focus on health issues such as dental hygiene and HIV awareness and others are academic based. Anne’s goal is to assist in raising the quality of life in Honduras by creating self-sustaining community programs designed to educate, motivate and facilitate individual growth and self-esteem. Anne is a founding director of the Porvenir English Program and the Reader’s Club – Club de Lecturas which are both operated by HCA volunteers. Anne is also a director of Hamilton-Benest House.
Contact Anne at Anne@honduraschildalliance.org.Back to: Our Team