Dr. Jim Roane has spent a lifetime in humanitarian and relief work. Early in his career he served as a medical social worker for the California Welfare Department, then as the administrator of a large private hospital in Southern California . His colorful career has taken him to all parts of the world—as the Managing Director of the Lillian Trasher Memorial Orphanage in Egypt, to the Director of Central Services to the United Mission to Nepal, Executive Director of the Northwest Teen Challenge Drug Rehabilitation Program for the northwestern sector of the United States, as well as professorial and chairmanship positions on the university level at North Central University (MN), and Trinity College (N.D.). Most recently he help coordinate a major NGO cooperative effort for tsunami relief in Sri Lanka , and continues in that role as an advisor and consultant in humanitarian and relief work. Dr. Roane feels that each human being placed on this earth by our Heavenly Father is a person of worth and dignity, and has the inalienable right to the pursuit of truth, happiness, and religious and political freedom .
Dr. Jim M. Roane
Honored To Serve India