Brendan Schultz is the founder and director of United by Love, a non-profit that works on grassroots social development for inter-ethnic cooperation among youth in Southeastern Europe, Nepal, and Hawai’i. Leading United by Love, he has received grants from the United States Department of State and Davis Projects for Peace. In addition to his work leading United by Love, Brendan has worked in humanitarian response, from teaching English in the West Bank to coordinating food insecurity response in Los Angeles. Brendan is a former Hansen Leadership Institute Fellow, a Davis Fellow for Peace, and a YES Abroad Scholar to Macedonia. Born in Hawai’i, Brendan grew up as the son of a U.S. Military Officer and has lived on five continents. He currently resides in the world’s most isolated city – Honolulu. Despite living thousands of miles away from any suitable mountains, Brendan is an avid skier.
Updated April 2021.