Lead groups of 15-30 adults on two-week long international volunteer trips in a rural village near Chiang Mai, Thailand. Management of the scheduling of the group's in-country travel, accommodation, food and adventure activities through coordination with a local tour company. Oversee the day to day operations to ensure safety, efficiency and satisfaction for volunteers. Responsible for the allocation of project funds for the English Education program, construction projects and petty cash. Co-facilitated our partner Institution, Central Washington University's accredited 400-level college course entitled International Sustainable Community Development. Sufficient knowledge of the local environment, economy, customs and government is necessary to facilitate the required group discussions, provoke critical thinking skills and encourage volunteers to interact with locals. As the Education Program Coordinator, I train volunteers on the skills, techniques and methods in order to adequately prepare and administer an English language curriculum in an informal classroom setting to Thai students. The English program encompasses 3 different government funded schools, over 200 students in grades Primary 1 through Intermediate 2 and over 50 adult community members and school staff. I schedule and coordinate lesson times with the local schools via a resident teacher and community liaison/translator.