Olegario Carrill, P.A. received his Masters in Medical Sciences/Physician Assistant Certification from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He has provided medical care and public health with indigent communities in Atlanta and in a small village in rural Honduras. He has also practiced medicine in the Navajo Indian Reservation. Olegario has studied the the Aztecs and the Mayans in Mexico and Guatemala and has traveled extensively in South America, including caring for abused Pumas in Bolivia. More recently, in Alaska, he has spent years flying to small Yupik and Athabascan native villages along the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers in small Cessna planes providing medical care to communities of 800 people. Olegario has spent time in South East Asia and East Africa, as well. Recently he joined forces with Carpe Diem Education and led programs to India and to the US Southwest. During Typhoon Haiyan, Olegario traveled to the Philippines to provide medical care in several rural affected disaster areas.