Team Members

Dr. Kristine Beach

Dr. Kristine Beach

Chairwoman

Bio

Kristen Beach, DBA, joined Enhance a Village when the organization was formed in 2015. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication/Journalism from James Madison University, a Master of Science in Management with a concentration in Marketing from the University of Maryland, and a Doctorate of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Kristen is currently employed as the Senior Manager of Marketing & Customer Service for an international publishing company where her responsibilities include developing and implementing the organization’s marketing efforts and managing the company's customer service operations. She has 14 years of marketing experience at a not-for-profit educational foundation and previously worked in account management with clients such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the American Diabetes Association, and Special Olympics.

Hanna Stoner

Hanna Stoner

Executive Director / Secretary

Bio

Hanna Stoner became involved with Enhance a Village in 2016 as a content creator and blogger. She then began to volunteer with the grant writing and marketing teams. Hanna completed her B.S. in Environmental studies in 2017, then her Juris Doctorate in December 2019. While in undergraduate she focused on water resources, environmental management and biology. Hanna has worked with various nonprofit and public interest organizations. She has always been passionate about helping others and has greatly enjoyed her time with Enhance a Village.



Bob Komoto

Board Member

Bio

Bob has worked with diverse types and sizes of businesses in technical, retail, and agricultural industries to help them successfully envision, create, nurture and grow their businesses. Bob has held positions in engineering, project management, business development and consulting.

Bob has started and grown businesses, launched new products, and qualified as a Certified NEI/SBDC Export and Trade Counselor and as a Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP). He has hands-on experience in launching products and services in the telecommunications, computer manufacturing, software, hardware, retail, agricultural and green/clean tech industries.

Today, as President of American Products International and as an entrepreneur, Bob consults for companies in the areas of global business development, product development and positioning, and go-to-market strategies. Clients include companies offering products and services domestically and globally.

Previously, Bob has taught chemistry and business in English and Spanish; and been a project manager, consultant and engineer launching new processes, products and businesses.

Bob earned a B.S. from Harvey Mudd College, an MS from Santa Clara University and is ABD for a DM at University of Phoenix.

Skill Summary:

  • Global Business plan preparation

  • Import/Export Funding presentation development o Global Go-to-market strategies and implementation o Global Product positioning strategy o Global Product launch strategies o Global Strategic Alliances and JV


Industry Expertise

  • Manufacturing

  • Hardware

  • Software

  • Agriculture

  • Retail Clean


C. Tito Young

C. Tito Young

Design Development

Bio

C. Tito Young creates new raffles, crowd funding concepts, interacts with new volunteers, updates webpage, creates graphics and communicates with the team's board of directors. As designer and associated visionary of EAV, he further explores parameters related to E-commerce. His background helps the board make rational decisions related to village topo maps. He uses various designs techniques to determine strong solutions in the many projects he is trying to promote for the village. Whether developing aquaponics, distillation Solutions, saving coral reefs, building a new community center or finding ways to create water wells, his goal is to pull the team together. He is also promoter of digital 3d immersive worlds and with those skills can quickly demonstrate community solutions.

"I want to bring value to regions such as those within EAV circles to give those regions better recognition on a global scale and so those inhabiting the lands can partake in diverse communication"

He is long time Padi Scuba Diver, rock climber, kayaker, home chef, wine taster, vintage Porsche 911 affectionaro, keen in the development of decent architecture, and solid model maker for virtual reality purposes.


Specialties: Crowdfunding, Raffles, Business Plan , Visualization, Land Development, Branding and Identity.

Monique Reid

Monique Reid

Architectural Design / Planning

Bio

Monique Reid is a long time contributor and advisor to various needs at Enhance A Village. Her background includes architecture, planning and development. She has coordinated with team members to better understand the vast lands located in the Phillipines. She has an incredible eye and can facilitate ideas with the aspects of needs and shelter.

William Ross Williams

William Ross Williams

Emeritus

Bio

Bill has been honing his skills in problem solving and systems improvement business since he was 14 years old while working for his father’s industrial and electrical supply store. At age 22, he ventured into Real Estate which went from selling vacant lot to buying, selling and restructuring finance on large multifamily, office/industrial and retail properties.

It was in the 80s that Bill was introduced to the energy and minerals acquisition business, which in turn led him into the power generation development and investment model among which are the Altresco Pittsfield project, Luzon Power and Altresco Philippines, and the IPP industries in SE Asia. These are projects were successfully developed and financed due to his creation of new business and financing structures.

Bill’s exeptional skills in developing innovative business models that turn the “impossible” possible are big contributions in empowering farmers and villages to learn efficient solutions to the hardships they encounter. Besides being a devoted family man, he’s also investing in new technologies that are aimed at developing clean and renewable energy, water efficiency and responsible, cost effective clean up methods and technologies.

Over the years, he has determined that there is an enormous void in the area of the bottom 3 billion income earners on our planet and have made a personal commitment to design business models that can be implemented within 5 years that will be effective ways for rural farmers to retain more of the value they generate. These models, in turn, all create a massive reduction in CO2 emissions because it is the nature of the enhancements we will bring to the people.