Trailblazer Foundation

MR. Yang Chanto


Our Staff

Trailblazer Foundation

MS. Kong Sokun

General Assistant


Program Manager,

Economic Development

MS. Tob Sara

General Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator

Trailblazer Angkor

Trailblazer Foundation has two staff, working in the United States. Our staff work remotely in Colorado and Oregon. Our Executive Director travels annually to our Cambodia office located in Siem Reap, the largest town in the province of the same name, where we conduct our rural community development work. Also, our Cambodia affiliate, Trailblazer Angkor, has eleven staff who implement Trailblazer's four programs.

MR. keo vichit

Health Senior Program Assistant

MR. HOR Suy heng

Health Program Assistant

Mr. Nou Socheat

Health Program Assistant 

Mr. Mean Sa Oun

Health Program Assistant 

MR. Chea Thy


Mr. Se Den

Health Program Assistant



Mr. Tab Chhey

Health Program Assistant

MR. SOk samnang

​Health Program Manager

Jeni was a resident of Jackson Hole, Wyoming for more than twenty years. During those two decades, she developed and launched Mike Atkins Teaching Ministry International. Jeni also helped develop and manage the Upward Basketball and Cheerleading program, serving up to 250 participants during her eleven years there. In 2011, She re-joined the staff at First Baptist Church, as administrative assistant and webmaster.

Also, Jeni had the privilege of home schooling her children through high school, and served as the HOW Teton County Contact and TEACH Coordinator for 12 years. She continues to encourage home school families, and stays involved in protecting parental rights.

Jeni joined Trailblazer Foundation's staff in 2006.  Jeni now resides in Molalla, Oregon (USA), and is the anchor to Trailblazer's US operations. 

Chris Coats’ resume is quite ‘colorful’. Before working as an community development volunteer in numerous countries around the world, her employment included serving as Administrative Assistant to a Superintendent of Schools, Deputy Clerk of a District Court, Hunting Guide, Orthodontic Assistant, and Office Manager for a Private Investigator.

Chris started her community service related work during high school, volunteering on a reconstruction project in Appalachia, and mission work in Mexico. For a number of years, she served as a youth group leader, Sunday school teacher, and summer camp counselor. During most of the 1980's, Chris was a foster parent for twenty children.  

In 2001, Chris started volunteering on a variety of international projects, in Fiji, Samoa, New Zealand, Kosovo, Estonia, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Through her experiences, she learned that a grassroots approach empowered the people she was helping, and a hands-on participatory practice was the most effective way to ensure success and sustainability of any project. These experiences led to Chris co-founding Trailblazer Foundation in 2004. Chris resides in Fort Collins, Colorado (USA).