Working to Reduce Maternal and Infant Deaths and Improve the Quality of Life for Women and Children in Latin America
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GPA Advisory Council
Principal, Jamie Goddard & Associates
Jamie Goddard works with organizations to create a clear picture of their best future state, and executable plans to attain their goals. She has worked with companies ranging from small entrepreneurial to Fortune 100, domestically and internationally. Responsible for the Business Services and New Intiatives Program for the Women's Business Development Council (WBDC), of Stamford, CT., Jamie launched, staffed and managed the most comprehensives statewide analysis to date of Latina small business owners in the state, helping WBDC extend its delivery model to encompass culturally diverse undersrved markets. Her volunteer work ranges from coaching entrepreneurs to working with Global Pediatric Alliance. Her joy is to help people and organizations reenergize around work and life challenges to create solutions and results to better the world.
Nicolas F. Mottola, MD
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
Nicolas S. Mottola, M.D. is a Spanish Interpreter and Translator at the Diversity Inclusion & Language Services Department at Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center. In 2009, he earned his medical degree from the University of La Plata School of Medicine in Argentina, and in 2012, he completed his residency training in Pediatrics in Buenos Aires, and he is currently pursuing licensure in the U.S. In 2015, he certified his medical degree in the U.S. through ECFMG. During his residency, he developed a three-year program promoting the quality of care of underserved populations at Evita Pueblo de Berazategui Hospital. The program helped to improve patients’ quality of care by reducing disparities related to low-income patients, and to understand their particular needs and concerns. Since 2014, Dr. Mottola has volunteered in San Francisco Bay Area at the Care Beyond Our Walls Kaiser Permanente-Initiative, promoting health education in the Latino population. Also, through Marin Community Clinics and Kaiser Permanent, he teaches classes in Marin County to underserved families, providing health insurance enrollment assistance information. Currently, he is the Co-Chair of the San Francisco & Bay Area CPR Outreach Committee, and a member of the Multicultural Initiatives Task Force, Western States Affiliate for the American Heart Association. He is working on a health impact goal to improve the cardiovascular health of the San Francisco Bay Area Latino population by 20% by 2020. Dr. Mottola helps Global Pediatric Alliance translating our Website improving the outreach outcomes in Latin America.
Alison Warner Consulting
Alison is a specialist in the evaluation of education and healthcare programs. She worked as a special advisor to Canada’s federal government for over seven years, overseeing the design and implementation of numerous national evaluations. She has maintained an independent evaluation practice since 2006. Alison did her doctorate work at the University of Oxford, and graduate and undergraduate work at the University of British Columbia. Alison helps design and review the monitoring processes for Global Pediatric Alliance's programs, the establishment and analysis of metrics, and the evaluation of program impact.
Global Pediatric Alliance
P.O. Box 640046
San Francisco, CA 94164
Photos courtesy of Marcella Spera, Monica
Jarosz, Nikhol Esteras, and Stacey Ramirez
Global Pediatric Alliance seeks to promote grassroots empowerment and improve child and maternal health by providing educational, technical, and financial support for community-based health projects in Latin America.
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