Dare Humanity, Inc. inspires people from all over the world to be the best version of themselves.
We are a 501(c)(3) startup nonprofit organization founded in 2015. Our mission is rooted in our desire to be of service to others and planted in communities across the globe. Our work is just beginning! We invite you to partner with our organization and be part of our journey.
For underserved communities worldwide to achieve and sustain wellness, self-sufficiency, and entrepreneurship.
To advocate for an enhanced life for women, children and families who live in underserved communities.
Our Core Values:
Community | Empowerment | Leadership
Kia A. Harris Tattegrain
Kia earned a B.S. in Health Science and a minor in Spanish from Cal State Dominguez Hills. Kia has developed skills in a variety of areas such as medicine, health, tobacco control, research and nonprofit efforts. From her experience, she is able to act as a liaison for diverse populations in underserved communities. After choosing to continue her studies, she earned a Master of Nonprofit Administration from the University of San Francisco. In addition, Kia is a promising health care professional that will link her professional experience with medicine to provide international aid and health education to underserved communities on a global scale.
Kia has a love for people and cultures. She always enjoys a great self-help book that empowers the soul. She thoroughly enjoys traveling, hiking, outdoor activities, photography, languages, natural medicine, natural beauty, and music. She is a constant learner seeking to become the best version of herself while adding to the lives of others.
George W. Lee, Sr. worked as a Senior Information Technology Financial Budget Analyst for Boeing Corporation from 2001 until his retirement in 2015. During his career at Boeing, he was responsible for a $200 million plus annual IT resource budget. Prior to working for Boeing he worked as an Internal Auditor/Accounting Analyst for Rockwell International Corporation. He has also worked as a Medical Compliance Auditor for the State of California.
Not only does he work as a financial analyst, he is an avid volunteer for Rebuilding Together Pasadena California, ClearNet Residential Services Inc., and other charitable organizations. He enjoys helping in social educational and business causes.
George graduated from California State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. He brings to the board his expertise in budgeting and financial responsibilities of organizations.
Matthew Aguirre has worked as a marketer and account manager for the past 8 years for several healthcare communication companies. He's developed large and small campaigns for large corporate clients, with a specialty background in brand strategy, digital strategy, and multi-channel campaign development. He is also skilled in analyzing market research, developing integrated marketing initiatives, account and project management, social media campaigns, and team building.
In addition to his professional background, Matthew has displayed a passion for giving back by volunteering with several other non-profits organizations over the years. He has previously volunteered with the youth focused organizations Mission Graduates and Big Brothers Big Sisters in a mentor and digital marketing capacity. Most recently he has been volunteering with the California Re-Entry Program at San Quentin Prison to help soon to be released inmates prepare for a successful re-entry back into society.
Matthew graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a B.A. in Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations, and a minor in Marketing. Coming from humble beginning himself, he has a passion for giving back to the less fortunate. He also has an affinity for traveling and exploring other cultures, so contributing to Dare Humanity in a Marketing and Communication function was a natural fit.
advisory Board Members
Beatrice Cardenas-Duncan graduated from the University of San Francisco in 2011, with Bachelor of Science in Organizational Behavior and Leadership while earning a certificate from San Francisco State University College of Extended Studies, Nonprofit Leadership & Strategic Planning.Beatrice’s has also had extensive volunteer and advocacy involvement with key organizations such as the American Heart Association which she joined ten years ago. She has been deeply involved in key campaigns such as California’s $2 Tobacco Tax increase, Co-Chair of Shape Up SF from 2012-2015, which lead the triumphant SF Sugar Sweetened
Beverage Tax campaign, and more recently, championed a ban on flavored tobacco products
through personal testimony that was successful in three cities she campaigned in the Bay Area.
Her passion for advocacy and work with community organizations, non-profits, and local and state governments for three decades exemplifies her commitment in addressing the health disparities that affect our communities of color. In early 2018, Beatrice was appointed by the City of Oakland Department of Public Health as Co-chair of the Alameda Tobacco Control Coalition and she also served in this capacity of Shape Up SF Coalition. Finally, she was an American Cancer Society Lead Legislative Ambassador.
Nicholas Daher is dedicated to being the change he hopes to see in the world. As a Dare Humanity Advisory Board Member he will bring his skills, ability and compassion for international development to the organization.
He earned a Master of Nonprofit Administration degree from the University of San Francisco. One of his proudest professional achievements was making the decision to become a Peace Corps Volunteer and serve communities in southern Africa. He has helped to develop projects locally and internationally and is excited to do the same with Dare Humanity.
For fun, Nicholas likes to spend time outdoors with his fiancée and her beloved pug, help his parents out in the garden, or watch Warriors basketball games with friends.
Woodelore Tattegrain studied economics at Institut des Hautes Études Commerciales et Économiques from 2006 to 2010. He also obtained a certificate in kitchen and pastry in 2014. He benefited from training in Leadership and Professional Development in different states in the U.S. from 2017 to 2018 which included the Defense Language Institute English Learning Center in Texas, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in South Carolina, and the Chief Petty Officer Academy in California, among others.
Woodelore has worked for about 12 years In Corps for Intervention and the Maintenance of Order, a special unit for riot control and intervention. He also served for about two years in the Haitian Coast Guard and enjoyed working for 5 years as a teacher in a kitchen and pastry school.He is currently working as a bodyguard for the President of a National Administrative Court. He volunteered as a translator, helper, and escort with Youth With A Mission after the earthquake in Haiti in 2010.
He is convinced that the core values of Dare Humanity are in alignment with what he believes - that all of humanity is a big family and supporting one another is a duty.
“Since Dare Humanity has a foot down in Haiti and I’m Haitian myself I can be their local contact as far as administrative procedures and communication with the communities and local institutions to help mitigate cultural differences.”
Sarah Heraldo earned her BA from San Francisco State University in Child and Adolescent Development. She is a current graduate student in the Master of Nonprofit Administration program at University of San Francisco. Sarah has been involved in the education space for a number of years, with her experience ranging from public schools, private schools, nonprofit schools, summer programs, and educational field trips. She currently works within the recruiting / talent acquisition field for an edtech company called Course Hero. She is excited to contribute to Dare Humanity's mission and support youth and families on a much larger scale!
Maggie Hazard is a fundraising and development intern at Dare Humanity. Originally from Los Angeles, Maggie has lived, worked, and studied in San Francisco for the last 8 years and loves exploring the Bay Area. She is a nonprofit professional dedicated to social justice and empowering future generations. Prior to her role at Dare Humanity, Maggie was a Community Organizer for The Richmond Neighborhood Center where she planned events for seniors, local merchants, and students. Maggie is also specialized in restorative youth development practices, a skillset she learned while working at Collective Impact, a nonprofit serving students in the Western Addition. In her free time Maggie loves reading, cooking, and volunteering!