Trace is an instrumental acoustic guitar player who lives and performs in Boulder, Colorado. He is known to fans as "The Acoustic Ninja" for his amazing fingerpicking skills. Bundy is an independent artist and his shows are largely fan-driven. He is known for his graciousness and sense of humor on stage as much as he is for his musical talent. Through his music, Trace has had the opportunity to travel to numerous places around the world. In addition to sharing the gift of his music, Trace regularly uses his platform to advocate for several organizations including One Day's Wages.
Jack and his wife La Verne moved to the Seattle area from their home in Oakland, California in 2007, looking for new adventures, better coffee, and just a bit more rain. A graduate of Northwestern University and the University of California, Hastings, Jack has practiced in the areas of commercial litigation, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and corporate immigration. He currently manages immigration compliance matters at Microsoft Corporation. He is a huge fan of all things related to food and loves to cook and blog in his free time. In late 2008, Jack also started fishes+loaves, an ongoing, informal series of meals to raise money for charities and non-profit organizations.
Stephanie grew up in Seattle and attended Seattle Pacific University and Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Her practice areas have included medical malpractice, consumer protection, mortgage fraud, civil rights, landlord-tenant, and employment. Stephanie worked for the University of Michigan prior to becoming in-house counsel for a health services company based in Seattle.
Stephanie is passionate about partnering with groups advocating for those with inadequate access to legal representation. She has worked with various groups in Chicago and Detroit including American Citizens for Justice, Legal Services of South Central Michigan, and Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Stephanie and her husband share a strong conviction about the importance of ODW’s work and are excited to be a part of it.
Carla Legg was born in the Midwest (Wisconsin) and has been living in Seattle for the past 20+ years. She received her degree in International Studies at the University of Washington. After gaining valuable experience in other companies, Carla settled in Starbucks and recently celebrated her 10th anniversary. At Starbucks, she's worked in operations and international growth (which allowed her to travel around the world), and is now working as a marketing project manager.
Some of her interests include her faith, food, travel, and learning how to fly fish with her expert husband, Steve.
For the past 10 years, Carla has been sponsoring a girl from Uganda through World Vision and after a recent trip to India and seeing some of the realities of extreme global poverty, felt compelled to go deeper and joined the movement of One Day's Wages.
Pert was first drawn to One Day's Wages because of his interest in the issue of human trafficking. Working with children his whole life in various capacities stirred a strong desire to help those caught in that horrific practice. He joined as a volunteer on the marketing team in 2009 to help raise awareness of the various issues of extreme global poverty that One Day's Wages aims to alleviate.
Pert lives in Seattle, where he was born and raised. He currently works at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation designing and improving standard and efficient grant making processes. In his free time, Pert likes to play basketball, listen to music, travel, and take long naps on the beach.