Dream Day Foundation

Meet The Team

Todd Krim

A lawyer-turned-charity matchmaker, Todd Krim, left his successful practice to pursue a higher calling. Over the past decade Todd, known in Hollywood circles as “Mr. Charity,” has become the entertainment industry’s go-to person for charities looking to connect with celebrities and vice versa. He's fostered partnerships between countless nonprofits and celebrities, advised for-profit companies on social impact campaigns, and produced widely-publicized charity events including Richard Branson’s Venezuela Aid Live benefit in Colombia and the United Nations’ “Play It Out” Music Festival in Antigua.

Annabelle Eicke

made the move to Los Angeles 12 years ago where she started her career in PR after graduating from Arizona State with honors in Journalism & Mass Communications. She met TKG President & CEO, Todd Krim, upon her arrival and they became fast friends as both shared the same passion for doing good and giving back. Over her years in LA she’s built an extensive resume in the entertainment & marketing world working alongside some of the biggest name directors and on Super Bowl ads before she co-founded Pop-Up 4 Good with her two best friends and reached back out to Todd. As they say, the rest is history.

Bryant Wood

is an NLP coach, public speaker, master breath work instructor and film producer. Mr. Wood is currently working on global campaigns with the goal of cultivating a more compassionate world, through the power of content creation. He is the creator and speaker for the Modern Nirvana Conference; an event that brings together spiritual leaders from all corners of the Earth to facilitate harmony and deep understanding of the self. Mr. Wood's latest production endeavor is the movie Flow State, where he brings real life experience related to the content in the film.

Albert Villarrubia

was born & raised in Puerto Rico. In 2013 he made his way to Miami with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science & 16 years as an Operations Manager in the Supply & Chain industry. In 2019 Alberto started his own event company, Rejoice Events, after 10 years of corporate event experience. Now he specializes in luxury events, hosts and plans sustainability talks, & works with high end brands all the time. He does everything from managing high profile events at Art Basel to volunteering with local nonprofits in Miami providing the homeless with showers & breakfast. Alberto volunteered with 48X48.org when he was introduced to Dream Day & knew he had to be a part of it.

Andrew Vickery

During Andrew's time as an undergrad he took a "year on" to travel the world, during which he spent one month volunteering on the island of Leros, Greece. This was at the peak of the Syrian refugee crisis, & is the reason he became interested in the Middle East. After graduating in 2018 he moved to Amman, Jordan where he began a career in economic development, first as an advisor for a Jordanian Venture Capital firm, & then as a senior consultant at a boutique international financial advisory firm, PanBuck. Andrew is continuing his work to add value to Jordan's economy as a strategy & growth specialist with one of the Region's fastest growing startups, Eon Dental.

Zack Tetreault

Is a musician and member of the band Hundred Waters. He led the band through three albums, world tours, late night tv performances and hundreds of millions of digital streams. In the process Zach founded the world renowned FORM Arcosanti Festival and became lead talent curator for Amazon's Intersect Festival, re:Play and re:Invent in Las Vegas and Virgin’s inaugural Virgin Fest in Los Angeles. His curation is widely recognized for embracing diversity and putting women first.

Todd Krim

A lawyer-turned-charity matchmaker, Todd Krim, left his successful practice to pursue a higher calling. Over the past decade Todd, known in Hollywood circles as “Mr. Charity,” has become the entertainment industry’s go-to person for charities looking to connect with celebrities and vice versa. He's fostered partnerships between countless nonprofits and celebrities, advised for-profit companies on social impact campaigns, and produced widely-publicized charity events including Richard Branson’s Venezuela Aid Live benefit in Colombia and the United Nations’ “Play It Out” Music Festival in Antigua.

Annabelle Eicke

made the move to Los Angeles 12 years ago where she started her career in PR after graduating from Arizona State with honors in Journalism & Mass Communications. She met TKG President & CEO, Todd Krim, upon her arrival and they became fast friends as both shared the same passion for doing good and giving back. Over her years in LA she’s built an extensive resume in the entertainment & marketing world working alongside some of the biggest name directors and on Super Bowl ads before she co-founded Pop-Up 4 Good with her two best friends and reached back out to Todd. As they say, the rest is history.

Bryant Wood

is an NLP coach, public speaker, master breath work instructor and film producer. Mr. Wood is currently working on global campaigns with the goal of cultivating a more compassionate world, through the power of content creation. He is the creator and speaker for the Modern Nirvana Conference; an event that brings together spiritual leaders from all corners of the Earth to facilitate harmony and deep understanding of the self. Mr. Wood's latest production endeavor is the movie Flow State, where he brings real life experience related to the content in the film.

Albert Villarrubia

was born & raised in Puerto Rico. In 2013 he made his way to Miami with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science & 16 years as an Operations Manager in the Supply & Chain industry. In 2019 Alberto started his own event company, Rejoice Events, after 10 years of corporate event experience. Now he specializes in luxury events, hosts and plans sustainability talks, & works with high end brands all the time. He does everything from managing high profile events at Art Basel to volunteering with local nonprofits in Miami providing the homeless with showers & breakfast. Alberto volunteered with 48X48.org when he was introduced to Dream Day & knew he had to be a part of it.

Andrew Vickery

During Andrew's time as an undergrad he took a "year on" to travel the world, during which he spent one month volunteering on the island of Leros, Greece. This was at the peak of the Syrian refugee crisis, & is the reason he became interested in the Middle East. After graduating in 2018 he moved to Amman, Jordan where he began a career in economic development, first as an advisor for a Jordanian Venture Capital firm, & then as a senior consultant at a boutique international financial advisory firm, PanBuck. Andrew is continuing his work to add value to Jordan's economy as a strategy & growth specialist with one of the Region's fastest growing startups, Eon Dental.

Zack Tetreault

is a musician and member of the band Hundred Waters. He led the band through three albums, world tours, late night tv performances and hundreds of millions of digital streams. In the process Zach founded the world renowned FORM Arcosanti Festival and became lead talent curator for Amazon's Intersect Festival, re:Play and re:Invent in Las Vegas and Virgin’s inaugural Virgin Fest in Los Angeles. His curation is widely recognized for embracing diversity and putting women first.

Todd Krim

A lawyer-turned-charity matchmaker, Todd Krim, left his successful practice to pursue a higher calling. Over the past decade Todd, known in Hollywood circles as “Mr. Charity,” has become the entertainment industry’s go-to person for charities looking to connect with celebrities and vice versa. He's fostered partnerships between countless nonprofits and celebrities, advised for-profit companies on social impact campaigns, and produced widely-publicized charity events including Richard Branson’s Venezuela Aid Live benefit in Colombia and the United Nations’ “Play It Out” Music Festival in Antigua.

Annabelle Eicke

made the move to Los Angeles 12 years ago where she started her career in PR after graduating from Arizona State with honors in Journalism & Mass Communications. She met TKG President & CEO, Todd Krim, upon her arrival and they became fast friends as both shared the same passion for doing good and giving back. Over her years in LA she’s built an extensive resume in the entertainment & marketing world working alongside some of the biggest name directors and on Super Bowl ads before she co-founded Pop-Up 4 Good with her two best friends and reached back out to Todd. As they say, the rest is history.

Bryant Wood

is an NLP coach, public speaker, master breath work instructor and film producer. Mr. Wood is currently working on global campaigns with the goal of cultivating a more compassionate world, through the power of content creation. He is the creator and speaker for the Modern Nirvana Conference; an event that brings together spiritual leaders from all corners of the Earth to facilitate harmony and deep understanding of the self. Mr. Wood's latest production endeavor is the movie Flow State, where he brings real life experience related to the content in the film.

Albert Villarrubia

was born & raised in Puerto Rico. In 2013 he made his way to Miami with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science & 16 years as an Operations Manager in the Supply & Chain industry. In 2019 Alberto started his own event company, Rejoice Events, after 10 years of corporate event experience. Now he specializes in luxury events, hosts and plans sustainability talks, & works with high end brands all the time. He does everything from managing high profile events at Art Basel to volunteering with local nonprofits in Miami providing the homeless with showers & breakfast. Alberto volunteered with 48X48.org when he was introduced to Dream Day & knew he had to be a part of it.

Andrew Vickery

During Andrew's time as an undergrad he took a "year on" to travel the world, during which he spent one month volunteering on the island of Leros, Greece. This was at the peak of the Syrian refugee crisis, & is the reason he became interested in the Middle East. After graduating in 2018 he moved to Amman, Jordan where he began a career in economic development, first as an advisor for a Jordanian Venture Capital firm, & then as a senior consultant at a boutique international financial advisory firm, PanBuck. Andrew is continuing his work to add value to Jordan's economy as a strategy & growth specialist with one of the Region's fastest growing startups, Eon Dental.

Zach Tetreault

Is a musician and member of the band Hundred Waters. He led the band through three albums, world tours, late night tv performances and hundreds of millions of digital streams. In the process Zach founded the world renowned FORM Arcosanti Festival and became lead talent curator for Amazo