Brady Greene   Executive Director  Brady is better known to friends in Guatemala as Chepe. He and his family spent 10 years in Central America before returning to Tennessee in 2011.    brady@vineinternational.org   865-296-8729

Brady Greene

Executive Director

Brady is better known to friends in Guatemala as Chepe. He and his family spent 10 years in Central America before returning to Tennessee in 2011. 

brady@vineinternational.org

865-296-8729

  Woody Woodson   Founder  Woody started Vine in 1993, and his ability to make so much happen with so few resources has become an art form.    woody@vineinternational.org

Woody Woodson

Founder

Woody started Vine in 1993, and his ability to make so much happen with so few resources has become an art form. 

woody@vineinternational.org

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    Dennis McCutcheon spent more than twenty-five years as a Navy Corpsman and physician assistant, and Cindy is a registered nurse. In 2009, they moved to Guatemala to oversee Vine’s distribution center in San Jose Pinula.    dennis@vineinternational.org    

Dennis & Cindy McCutcheon

Local Distribution

Dennis McCutcheon spent more than twenty-five years as a Navy Corpsman and physician assistant, and Cindy is a registered nurse. In 2009, they moved to Guatemala to oversee Vine’s distribution center in San Jose Pinula. 

dennis@vineinternational.org

 

 
  "Bodega" Bruce White   US Collection Center  Bruce was a volunteer for one of Vine's first overland bus trips through Mexico. He joined Vine's staff in 1997, and he manages our US collection facility in Louisville, TN. When he's not corralling medical supplies, you might find Bruce cruising on his Triumph Bonneville.    bruce@vineinternational.org

"Bodega" Bruce White

US Collection Center

Bruce was a volunteer for one of Vine's first overland bus trips through Mexico. He joined Vine's staff in 1997, and he manages our US collection facility in Louisville, TN. When he's not corralling medical supplies, you might find Bruce cruising on his Triumph Bonneville. 

bruce@vineinternational.org

 
  Jason and Lilivet Ryder   The newest members of the Vine team! Jason and Lilivet will be overseeing our distribution in Guatemala. It's a tough job: you have to speak Spanish; you have to know something about medicine and medical equipment; you have to be able to live in Guatemala, and you have to love serving our ministry partners there.  Where do you find a family like that?  The Ryders are uniquely qualified. Jason used to live in Guatemala. Lilivet grew up there. He works on complex medical equipment for a living. They both want to serve in ministry. They heard about the opportunity with Vine (saw it here on this page!) and now they're preparing to move. We can't wait to see them in Guatemala.  If you want to be involved in  high-impact ,  relationship-based   relief work , there's no better way than by giving to Jason and Lilivet as they move to Guatemala.  Here's how you can join them .   email coming soon!

Jason and Lilivet Ryder

The newest members of the Vine team! Jason and Lilivet will be overseeing our distribution in Guatemala. It's a tough job: you have to speak Spanish; you have to know something about medicine and medical equipment; you have to be able to live in Guatemala, and you have to love serving our ministry partners there.  Where do you find a family like that?

The Ryders are uniquely qualified. Jason used to live in Guatemala. Lilivet grew up there. He works on complex medical equipment for a living. They both want to serve in ministry. They heard about the opportunity with Vine (saw it here on this page!) and now they're preparing to move. We can't wait to see them in Guatemala.

If you want to be involved in high-impact, relationship-based relief work, there's no better way than by giving to Jason and Lilivet as they move to Guatemala. Here's how you can join them.

email coming soon!

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