Gugo Kwot is a medical laboratory scientist working at the Mayo Clinic and living in Rochester, Minnesota, and is originally from Ethiopia. He acquired his higher education and work experience in the US and is enthusiastic about giving back what he learned in “Health Care Science and Global Health” to the third world countries.
Ken Bensimon is from NE Washington State. He spent many years as an architect, and now he uses both his knowledge in architecture as well as his heart for service to work on health disparities locally in his small town of Colville, Washington, as well as overseas in Ethiopia.
Mr. Gatbel Chamjock is a Board member and medical team lead of GmTc. He is certified Physician Assistant, specialized in emergency medicine. Mr. Chamjock is working as a Mid-level medical provider at Unity Point Health/Allen Hospital’s emergency room in Waterloo, IA.
Barry Bacon is a family practice physician from Colville, Washington, who loves to serve those who can never pay him back. He spent three years in Malawi, Africa, and four months in Rwanda, Africa. He has also been on many short term trips to Africa and has helped fill in at teaching hospitals and residencies in Kenya and Somaliland.
Omot Olok Dang is the founder of GmTc, born and raised in Gambella, Ethiopia. He has worked as a health care provider for Mayo Clinic and has several science degrees including a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from American Public University. He is currently working in Ethiopia for Gambella Regional Health Bureau (GRHB) as Public Health Emergency Management (PHEM) surveillance officer.