About

WAHEO

WAHEO (pronounced wa-hey-oh) began as a family mantra created by WAHEO Inc's founder, and proud Soroptimist, Raquelmarie Clark. The acronym means: We Always Help Each Other. Single-handedly raising two children, and overcoming multiple traumas, Clark would remind them of these hopeful words in times of distress

Founder

          An  advocate for victims of human trafficking survivors receiving the  support, and resources needed to get back on their feet, Raquelmarie Clark donates nonprofit grant writing services to the other nonprofit organizations that provide the survivors of trafficking, sexual assault and domestic violence with direct services. 

          Raquelmarie  has also recently begun a career path as an assault crisis counselor,  and board member of the local women's empowerment organization: The Tea  Party. Graduating with highest honors, and multiple departmental  citations for outstanding performance, the UC Davis alumna is set to complete the Non-Profit Communication Master’s program at Johns Hopkins  University mid-year. 

          Raquelmarie channeled her tenacity, and resourcefulness to find community support systems which would help her achieve success despite a variety of  adversities. She continuously works in her local communities to assist other women overcome a multitude of hardships, and consult with local  agencies to identify gaps in meeting the needs of Solano County's  vulnerable groups, as well as the general Bay Area.