Our Mission

Be1More prioritizes it's efforts to raise awareness, connect, and further enable grass-roots initiatives based on sustainability and empowerment. Combining humanitarian efforts with entrepreneurial mindsets, Be1More serves as a hub for others to make a social impact.

Philosophy

Why Philosophy: “Teach a man to fish” To inspire the next generation of global thinkers and doers and create an ecosystem in which ideas are made realities and action is taken.

Methodology

Social entrepreneurs and civic innovators are uniquely positioned to address targeted problem areas in society. However in the current economic and business environment relatively few social organizations have been able to achieve the levels of scale required to truly make an impact and this is mostly due to the lack of structural and financial support and operational capacity needed to achieve expansion, create broad impacts, and realize growth potential. The services that Be1More provides are designed to bridge that gap and act as a functional way to support and generate innovation and produce measurable solutions to social problems.

Execution

Our efforts fall into 3 major roles, Culture building, Consulting incubation an incubation (The Lab), and finally content generation (Creative) Within these 3 pillars is where we at Be1More can utilize our skills to the fullest and create the biggest impact within the social sector, it’s where our unique expertise combined with our innovative culture can build the next generation of impact leaders. .

OUR TEAM

Meet the team that keeps the dream alive.
Founder/ Executive Director

Christian Baena

Founder/ Creative Director

Duc-Duy Pham

Director of social impact

Spencer Ash

Social Media coordinator

Kyle Notkin

Graphic Design guru

Christ Johnston

Web and Multimedia design

Gem Bonham-Horton

Public Relations

Juan Sebastian Arrubla

  • “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” – Mark Twain, 

    Mark Twain
    Mark Twain