DANIEL SABOE '11, our fearless leader and the dauntless motive force of this project, is a third-year Civil Engineering major. He is the president of the Students Helping Honduras chapter at the University of Virginia, and the Catholic Student Ministry's Justice & Peace chair. Absolutely in love with Honduras and every other young catracha he comes across, Dan sees the best in this country, and is optimistic about its development and personal contribution to it.
BRANDON GROVES '11, our industrious web designer and philosophical systems expert, is a third-year Computer Science major. In Charlottesville, he works for the Computer Science Department and Students Helping Honduras. Brandon has a knack for making unexpected and clever observations about Honduras and our team that come straight out of left-field and are constantly giving the team things to think and laugh about.
TIAN LU '10, our sometimes reserved voice-of-reason, sometimes uproarious technician, is a fourth-year Computer Science major. from Inner Mongolia, China, who transferred to UVa. last year. Generally quiet, the last word in team meetings is usually given to him. That does not stop Tian from confidently pressing his three weeks of Spanish everywhere he goes in El Progreso, and he has garnered the reputation as a spontaneous jokester.
RODRIGO SARLO '11, our reliable translator, and Dan's pragmatic counterweight, is a third-year Mechanical Engineering major. An avid tennis player, he was frustrated to not find any courts in northern Honduras to practice for the 2009-2010 club season. Rodrigo keeps the group entertained with nightly guitar ballads and is the JPC team ringer when we play the SHH team at soccer. A man of many talents, more than a few catrachas have fallen for him.
ROBERT WYLLIE '11, our team's writer, is a third-year Foreign Affairs major.