Travis Randall is a seasoned international development professional with a passion for creating change in various social, poverty, and justice issues. With a diverse background in non-profit consulting, policy research, print media, and working with organizations such as USAID and the United Nations, he has a wealth of experience that he channels into his role as Director of the United States at Ubuntu Pathways. Travis's background includes a bachelor's degree in Economics and History from Western University in Azerbaijan and a master's degree in International Studies from the University of Denver. Additionally, he has a Certificate in Arabic Language from The American University in Cairo. Travis has worked and traveled in over 30 countries, volunteering and taking on roles such as caring for orphans, participating in Middle East peace dialogues, and delivering medical supplies to remote villages in disputed war zones. He leverages all of his experiences to manage projects, lead creative campaigns, and build strategic engagement. Before joining Ubuntu, Travis was the Director of Development and Communications at Boston Children's Foundation, a Development Strategy Consultant at The Recreation Project in Uganda, a Reporting Consultant at USAID, a Senior Writer at Enigma Magazine, and a Parliamentary Researcher at the House of Commons.