Terri-Ann Gilbert-Roberts, Ph.D
Dr. Terri-Ann Gilbert-Roberts is an expert in policy research, youth empowerment, peace and security. She has worked in national and international advisory roles in governance and global development.
Global Partnership & Fundraising Liaison
Jennifer Reddick is a former healthcare provider and philanthropist. She brings direct experience as a public health service provider for marginalized community members internationally through nonprofit service and private practice to U4C’s mission and impact.
John Scardina brings his depth of experience to U4C as former Chairman (Clerk) of Quaker Bolivia Link – USA (QBL) and a psychologist with Quaker schools, where he has worked since 1991.
Raul Vasquez Hernandez comes to U4C with expertise serving small, minority, and women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs, and those in LMI (low and moderate income) communities, as well public policy and economic development. He brings deep knowledge to U4C from his consultancy leading economic development, regional integration, finance and entrepreneurship projects in multilateral organizations including CAF-Development Bank of Latin America and the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).
Sonia Murillo-Branin, M.D.
Secretary & Healthcare Liaison
Dr. Murillo is a Pediatrician at Nor-Lea Hospital, where she has delivered critical healthcare services to women and children for more than ten years. She is a philanthropist and serves as an advisor to several U4C’s international medical campaigns.
Project Management Committee
Alvaro Carrasco is an entrepreneur and brings in-depth experience as managing director, director of operations, and director of global services at Medical Bridges, an international nonprofit serving the healthcare needs of underserved communities worldwide.
Chief Executive Officer
Ximena Murillo serves as CEO of U4C, providing leadership and strategic vision to the organization. She has devoted her life and career to fight against social injustice, inequality, gender-based violence and extreme poverty. Ximena has been internationally recognized for her work, dedication and leadership.
Ximena holds a Master’s Degree in International Business from the University of St. Thomas, Houston. Ximena is a graduate of the Social Entrepreneurship Executive program at Stanford Graduate School of Business and has received many recognitions for her leadership roles and professional accomplishments over the years.
Her work in global development and research includes the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Latin America Regional Service Centre), USAID, United Nations Association Houston and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Initiative, all of which provided her with the leadership, entrepreneurial, and management skills to effectively lead U4C so that the lives of women and families served, especially in fragile communities, are profoundly changed forever.
U4C Team & Staff
María Carla Murillo, MBA
Rep. for Latin America / Consulting Economist /
Víctor Hugo García Carvallo, BA
Programs Director, Bolivia
Sabrina Fernandez Mendez
Marketing & Social Media Director
Web / App Developer Specialist
Field Partner Tanzania
Maria Anotnia Perez
Field Partner Colombia
Hope For Venezuelan Refugees Project
Silvia Rosa Limachi
Field Coordinator, Quime La Paz
Salud, Arte y Educacion (SAE) Mexico
Maria Julia Moreyra / Gabriela Rivera
Field Partner Kenya
EXO S.A. Soluciones Tecn. Argentina
Field Partner Rwanda
Fundacion Quaker Bolivia Link
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