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Our Crew

Ruth Habrecht


Heidi Korte


Lakeya Jones

Head Coach

Matthew Mancour

Video Producer

Liana Perez



Support and donations help make it all happen! We’d like to thank the following collaborators, supporters, donors, funders and cheerleaders:

About Hutan For World Health

Pronounced “Who-tan” from the name “orangutan” is derived from the Malay words orang, meaning “person”, and hutan, meaning “forest”.

Hutan For World Health (Hutan) was established in 2014 and operates out of Michigan. It is a nonprofit public charity, granted exemption status under IRS 501(c)(3). The organization was created to improve quality of life; from encouraging a love of wild and beautiful places that may result in a deeper understanding of their importance, to engaging children in the joy of movement during a playful Bob-a-loo Adventure. Hutan advocates for a healthy planet and the health of all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or religion. Hutan’s commitment to being a racially equitable organization guides us and our work. We prioritize anti-racism, address racial injustice, and include people of color to enhance and amplify our education programming in communities of color.

For all of us to be mentally and physically healthy human beings we need to consider not only our own individual minds and bodies, but also, the natural world in which we share with all living things.