- WHY CARE ABOUT BURMA?
- WHO WE ARE
We are deeply grateful to the talented professionals who have generously given CPI use of photographs, and provided pro-bono marketing, design and creative consulting.
Eli Rivkin visited Burma on a service trip as a junior in high school in 2009, and started a fund selling his photographs to help his Burmese guide and mentor pay back school loans. To see more of Eli's Burma photos, email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Heinrichs Popp is a California-based photographer who captured the beauty, the joy and the challenges faced by the people of Burma / Myanmar. See her work at: www.sarapopp.com
Dang Ngo's photography — a longtime presence in CPI's print materials and on our website — captures both the courage and devastation that arises from political and environmental degradation. Based in Vietnam, Dang also works in public health for the Clinton Foundation. See his photography at: www.dangngo.com
Graphic designer Ross McCampbell, who graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, designed CPI's print materials in 2011 and 2012. See his visual communications work at: www.rossmccampbell.com
Claudia Franzen, creative consultant, developed our brand identity. Claudia’s career has focused on the luxury goods & style industries working with discerning brands including Tiffany & Company, Gucci, Sephora (LVMH), Cartier and Benetton in Europe, Asia Pacific and the U.S. Based in Shanghai, China, Claudia consults with brands catering to China’s elite, with the goal of helping distinctive companies develop progressive, marketing strategies while feeding compassion and connectedness. Claudia also resides part time in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where she cultivates her humanitarian interests supporting the local Burmese migrant community. To contact Claudia, please click here
Our logo, "Community Partners International," is custom-designed and inspired by the elegant, scripted alphabets in the Burma/Myanmar region. The circular motif is an illustration of the striking umbrellas and hats used by people for protection from the area’s strong sun and rains. We chose this motif as our organization brings resources, global expertise and local partners together, effectively, under one umbrella. As the circle spins forward, global support and the dedication of our local partners unite to create a healthier future for the people of Burma.