Nancy Santullo

Joined May 2008
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About Me

I am the executive director of Rainforest Flow. A 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to honoring global cultures by providing water, sanitation and health education for children and adults in context to their cultural and environmental needs. I was an freelance fashion and advertising photographer in Los Angeles for over 15 years when I found I way to the Manu Rainforest of Peru, and to the native community of Saint Rose of Huacaria. It was there in nature and surround by indigenous children my life changed forever. Rainforest Flow was born from by desire to grow and contribute to the world, beyond all that I knew myself to be, and to make a real difference in the lives of children in an environmental vital region of our world. Rainforest Flow has implemented the first clean water, sanitation and health project in a native community, in the southeastern Peruvian Amazon! The lives of the children and people forever "Changed for the Better " through these basic human services. We have now replicated our pilot project in two additional native village, located deep in primary zone of the Manu Rainforest, also know at the Manu National Park. Wandering the rainforest, study of man, energy transformation, photography, yoga, Qi Gong, Knowing when to stop working, surrendering to the Divine Plan Sustainable Clean Water, Sanitation, Health Education Programming in Developing Countries, Energy Health/Transformation Private and Group , Portrait Photography

My Vision

Bridging of Cultural and Religious Divides and World Peace

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