With years of experience working in real estate and lending, Justin Nimick understands the need for education and small business funding. When his wife, Laura Handy-Nimick, traveled to Nepal to teach in a rural village he was impacted through her experience. After she returned home he agreed to start Life's Handy Work to benefit the lives of children he'd never even met before. Since then Justin's focus at Life's Handy Work has been on data collection and funding projections, which align with his day job in mortgage lending. He has traveled to Nepal and has found a love for the children and respect for the work and commitment of Nepal Orphan's Home's staff.