Welcome to Jordan Denkers, our New Cambodia Intern

Jordan Denkers is a 21-year-old BYU student from Idaho Falls, Idaho currently studying public health, with hopes to study medicine and become a physician in the future. From July 2015 to July 2017, he served as a full-time LDS missionary in Cambodia, where he fell in love with the language, the culture, and especially, the people. After returning from his mission, Jordan sought opportunities to continue to serve and help his special brothers and sisters in Cambodia. He is ecstatic for the opportunity to continue working with the Khmer people and helping to preserve their painful yet incredible histories. He loves Cambodia and plans to continue helping this special place throughout his life. He encourages all to check out the project, to contribute where possible, and to appreciate the resilience and hope of the Khmer people through their recorded history.

Welcome to new BYU project team member, Whitney Haddock!

Whitney Haddock grew up in Heber City, Utah and has been a student at BYU since 2014. She is currently applying to the Marriott School of Management with sights set on the marketing and supply chain operations programs. From 2015-2017, Whitney served a full-time LDS mission to Cambodia where she met remarkable people and enjoyed learning the Khmer language. One of her favorite projects involved organizing music classes in Cambodia. With a desire to help her Cambodian friends find relief and hope through music, she created and translated a program to teach the Khmer people the fundamentals of music.  Whitney is excited to continue her efforts in helping her friends across the globe through the Cambodia Oral History Project.She will especially be working with social media and volunteer coordination. Let her know if you can help translate or if you want to get involved in any way.