About Roadworthy: The Invisible Children TourBack to Series
Play VideoFollow four Americans and two Ugandans as they meet for the first time and trek across the U.S. together. Traveling by van with little money, strange accommodations and long hours, this motley crew toils six days a week for the one thing that drives them and keeps them going – raising awareness and support to help end the longest-running war in Africa.
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Known as the “King of the Roadies,” Adam has been on seven Invisible Children tours – more than any other. He’s from Oxford, Mass., and now lives in San Diego. He’s a hockey player but loves the Red Sox.
Benna is of the Acholi Tribe. This is her second tour with Invisible Children. Her first tour was with team Texas. She serves as Brenda’s mentor for the tour and works in the IC office in Uganda. She was forced to live in a displacement camp when the LRA was in Northern Uganda. She now lives in Gulu, Uganda.
Originally from Tampa, FL, Angela shimmied the whole way to San Diego after graduating from Florida State University. She toured the New England region twice as a Roadie, and currently works with Invisible Children’s student clubs.
Originally from Louisville, KY, Alex studied at Columbia College in Chicago and is taking time off to be a roadie. He’s now the city coordinator for Invisible Children’s NYC Street Team. He doesn’t have his driver’s license, loves music and doesn’t like to wear socks. His mom teaches Spanish and he is fluent.
Brenda is of the Acholi Tribe. She never tried mustard until her New England tour. She wants to be a member of the Ugandan Parliament. Her father and cousin were killed by the Lord’s Resistance Army. She currently lives in Gulu, Uganda.
Rachel is a twin. She went to Uganda with another organization before she joined Invisible Children. She has a tattoo of Africa on her arm. After studying psychology at University of North Florida, she is now pursuing her Master’s in Counseling at Liberty University, and is teaching preschool in her hometown.