Pramukh Jeyathilak, Director
Pramukh brings years of corporate multi-national experience to EE. He is currently the Global Human Resources Leader for Amazon. A regular speaker in HR forums and conferences, he has also worked for Accenture and Microsoft and lived in Bombay, Prague, Dubai, and Singapore. Pramukh lives in the Seattle area with his wife and two teenage sons; they all love the outdoors, sports, books, and giving back to the community. In his spare time Pramukh is a mentor, plays tennis, and sings in an a capella men’s group.
Isabel de la Torre, Director
Isabel grew up and worked as a journalist, editor, and senior legal researcher in the Philippines. She then coordinated international networks that worked with grassroots, national and regional organizations on trade, finance, energy, forestry, fishery, toxics, environmental justice, indigenous peoples, coastal management, women, and community rights issues in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas.
Isabel co-founded the nonprofit organizations and networks Earth Economics, Industrial Shrimp Action Network and South East Asia Fisheries Coalition for Justice. She has a J.D. in law, a bachelor’s degree in communication. When not working or spending time with family and friends, she loves to write, read and train in martial arts.
Melody Mociulski, Founder & Director
A native of the Seattle area, Melody worked for the City of Seattle for twenty-four years prior to retiring in 2004. Her career with the City included a combination of procurement, finance, human resource and social service roles.
After extensive consultant work as a procurement subject matter expert and volunteer support to Clear Path International (CPI), Melody joined the CPI staff as South East Asia Program Director in 2008. Over the next four years, Melody provided strategic direction and management of CPI’s victim assistance programs in Cambodia, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, and Lao PDR, representing $1+ million projects, 6 donors, 7 implementing partner organizations, and a staff of nationals in Vietnam.
Following her passion to provide educational opportunities for children in South East Asia, Melody founded Educational Empowerment in March 2012.