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Our Ambassadors

Amanda Lutsky

Amanda is an Orange county native and a 200 hour certified yoga teacher as well as spin instructor. She has a BA in Communications:Entertainment Studies(2008) from CSUF and a strong background in musical theater performance . Amanda is loving the experience of taking her yoga off the mat and working with her communities both local and global. She is overjoyed and honored to be a WMO2H ambassador and is so glad that she is helping make the world better place.


PJ Kehoe

PJ Kehoe joined the With My Own Two Hands team travelling to Kenya in January, 2015. This trip had a significant impact on PJ in that, having lost her husband in 2014, she was searching as to what direction her life should take and was inspired by the following thought: “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away”.

PJ felt so blessed to visit the girls at a rescue center in Kajaro, Kenya. The girls at the center have been victims of FGM – female genital mutilation as well as been sold into early marriages. PJ was inspired by their resilience and hope for a better life by receiving an education.

PJ is committed to supporting the With My Own Two Hands Foundation as she tributes WMO2H for the wonderful miracle that is unfolding within her spirit, a result of her trip to Kenya.  She also is spreading the word that volunteering has no age boundaries (PJ is in her mid-sixties!).


Jill Guziak

Jill grew up in the UK prior to emigrating to the US with her family. Jill graduated from UCSB and now resides in Laguna Beach, California with her husband and two children. She owns a small, specialized recruitment firm and has been involved with various philanthropic endeavors over the years. She first learned of WMO2H in late 2012 and instantly felt a connection to the cause. Jill is looking forward to helping the Foundation continue to create change and improve the lives of orphaned and indigent children in Africa. She is honored to be an Ambassador for WMO2H.

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Susanna Porter

Susanna Porter joined WMO2H in Africa in January 2015 because of her interests in educating girls and ending FGM. Born in Arizona and raised in California, Susanna has an MA in Human Communication from CSU, Chico. She has been a college instructor, high school teacher, corporate trainer, and currently manages customer training & on boarding teams for a software company in San Francisco. Her passions include education, language, music, and making the world a better place. Susanna currently lives in Sunnyvale, California with her son, two dogs and a cat.


Stephanie Servin

Stephanie joined the With My Own Two Hands team in January 2016. Her trip to Kenya was unlike anything else she had experienced. Even though Stephanie is an Orange County native, she does not set limits as to where she can travel in the world; for she wants to see it all, meet new people and learn about new cultures and customs. It is a never ending journey for her. One of Stephanie’s many things she enjoys doing is volunteering her time to help others, which is why she is so incredibly honored to be an Ambassador for With My Own Two Hands. During her visit to Kenya and meeting all the girls and directors of the different projects that With My Own Two Hands supports, Stephanie found it very difficult to say goodbye. Thus, she is dedicated to helping With My Own Two Hands carry out their mission and creating a better world for young children to grow up in, in order to lay down a solid foundation for their future success.


Joey Torrez

Joey Torrez officially joined the WMO2H team in summer of 2016. Joey an Orange County native and a 200 hour certified yoga teacher has always been a big supporter of the WMO2H foundation and the many projects they support.

Joey feels blessed sharing about the social issues involving Africa and the foundations goals to help those in need. He feels by take a small amount of your time to share, will possibly change or impact the life of someone somewhere. Because sharing is caring, Joey’s goals involves looking for opportunities locally for possible grant funding or encouraging others to become involved.