Cari Peck graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Oregon. She has lived in seven different countries and loves learning the way people live around the world. During her study abroad in Italy, she developed her passion for travel and her love of motivating others to follow their dreams. Cari managed staff and directed a day-camp on a military base in Germany for U.S. children, as well as spread her global teaching expertise in South Korea, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Thailand, and South Africa.
As an incredible communicator, her heart for people explains her engaging spirit, which has led her path in humanitarian work. She has worked as a counselor and mentor in a group foster home, supporting emotionally disturbed children, led high school students on college enrichment programs, as well as guided Autistic youth in life skills and behavioral management. Possessing an eclectic background which supports her positive, animated and spontaneous personality, her zest for life has fueled her perseverance to follow her dreams. This dedication landed her success in New York City where she interned at Saturday Night Live, and pursued her improv and comedy passions, working as a production assistant with National Lampoons Comedy Headquarters in L.A.
Her love of travel throughout her leadership roles have carried her abroad to help rebuild waterways in Portugal, work in the Outback of Australia, volcano board in Nicaragua, and trek in Nepal’s Himalayas. Radiating life and laughter, her quick-on her feet organizational skills and giggly soul adds character to the experience and comfort to those who take the risk and go beyond their fears.