As CEO of Library For All, Rebecca leads the vision and goals for the organization, and focuses her efforts on business development. She visited schools with fewer than 30 books between hundreds of students. Despite extensive research, Rebecca could not find a single low-cost and scalable solution to address the lack of access to books. She founded Library For All in March 2012 with a vision to create a digital library from the world’s collective resources that would be easily accessible to those living in poverty.
Co-Founder & COO
In 2003 Tanyella volunteered as a teacher for a year in Uganda. The school she volunteered at had only one textbook for students in Grade 4 learning math, and so she wrote every lesson on the blackboard, which her students diligently copied down, leaving little time for fun or creativity.
Director of Business Development
Isabel joined the Library For All team in 2013, days after graduating from Georgetown University. While at Georgetown, Isabel wrote and produced a documentary on human trafficking in Washington, D.C and became active in anti-trafficking efforts across the city. Prior, Isabel served on the Junior Board of Girls Learn International, where she continues to volunteer as an Ambassador.