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Geoffery and his Angelo State University Group (left). Geoffery with Wisconsin Group students and Mark Trujillo (right).
December 2019 Geoffery working on House #35 Desserae Cordova's house.
Desserae, Santana, Mark and Geoffery pictured above
Geoffrey Johnston was raised in West Texas and he attended Angelo State for his Bachelors of Arts in History and my Masters of Higher Education in Student Development & Leadership. He is currently employed for Tarleton State University, where he oversees the campus activities board or known as Tarleton Activities Board (T.A.B.).
"My first time helping out with the Taos Habitat for Humanity Chapter was in early spring of 2017 with Angelo State University. I was the Graduate Assistant at the time that was accompanying the Community Service Student Coordinator, another Graduate Assistant, and four other students. During our time there we were met with students from Wisconsin Madison University. During my time there, I learned a lot about the demographics of Taos, Historical Landmarks surrounding the city, and most of importantly how friendly citizens of Taos that I encountered.
The reason I choose to volunteer here in Taos and to come back for my second trip is because after my first trip to Taos, I knew that I wanted to return to help out. I just did not know when. As well, I wanted to do something meaningful during my winter break before I go back to work. One of my favorite quotes from Mahatma Gandhi states the easiest explanation to volunteer/serve, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”.”