Our Volunteers - Experience the transformative power of Honor
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better.. it’s not.” – Dr. Seuss
Angela is a student at Western Washington University studying a double concentration in Marketing and Management Information Systems. Many of her hobbies and passions include anything artsy, hiking and playing in the sun, watching Disney movies, attending country concerts and simply enjoy the company of other people. But among these activities, Angela thoroughly enjoys being actively involved in the community, which is what brings her to HonorWorks. Angela brings her experience in marketing, customer service, and event planning to HonorWorks to contribute to the overall production.
Robert Bojorquez is a Bellingham filmmaker and film festival organizer who graduated from Western Washington University in August 2013 with a BA in Marketing and Film Studies. In his spare time he enjoys video games, delicious condiment spreads, and playing with adorable animals. He aspires to a future with a family, a few nice pairs of slacks, and a well-managed front lawn.
Jasmine Wilhelm is a senior at WWU, double majoring in Studio Art and Recreation. She hopes to have a career in Wilderness Therapy, helping youth realize their value by honoring their personal stories, struggles, journeys and victories. She wishes to use her passion for creating as a form of healing and coalesce it with the therapeutic properties of spending time outside. She loves thunderstorms, juicy pear jellybeans, listening, and practicing vulnerability. The daughter of two professors, Jasmine never wants to stop listening and learning, growing and loving.