OUR MISSION

Since its inception in 2007, CouldYou? has established itself as a respected non-profit organization. We are dedicated to curate, prove and scale solutions to poverty, while helping individuals find their own unique contribution to impact poverty.We are committed to creating holistic solutions, building a better world for future generations, and doing business with integrity.

OUR TEAM

Christine Garde-Denning
Founder & CEO


Christine has devoted her life to caring for the poor and making the world a better place. Forbes magazine named Garde one of the “Forty over 40” women who are reinventing, disrupting and making an impact globally. Since founding CouldYou? in 2007, she has established partnerships in Africa with the Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu Fellows as well as former Mozambique President Joaquim Chissano, and the Ministries of Gender, Education and Health.

OUR TEAM

Whynde Khuene Board Chair
Whynde Keuhn
Board Chair

Passionate about bridging the gap between vision and execution as well as using business as a force for good, Whynde is the creator of the Biz Arch Mastery platform and the founder of S2E Transformation, an established consulting practice helping clients achieve their greatest visions for transformation in a practical and business-focused way.  She is a recognized global leader in digital transformation, strategy execution, and the discipline of business architecture.  Whynde’s focus has evolved from traditional business, to sustainable business, to social business, as have her clients, which range from social entrepreneurs to Fortune 50 companies and everything in between.  She has architected many major corporate change initiatives and was a key player in one of the largest business transformations in the world.  Through her Architecting For Good (A4G) initiatives, pro bono efforts and the non-profit boards she serves on, Whynde demonstrates how business can focus on purpose as well as profit, and how enterprise can be a solution to poverty.  Though a long-time partner of CouldYou?, Whynde joined the board in 2020 to lend her expertise with a focus on strategy, architecture, and scaling.