CAROLYN ANDERMAN, MPH, PhD
ACTING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR and DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS firstname.lastname@example.org
JULIE TEMPEST, MBA
ADVANCEMENT DIRECTOR email@example.com
Julie oversees all of One By One’s advancement work, including fundraising, marketing, communications and public relations. She is delighted to be part of One By One’s efforts to advance the health and livelihood of women affected by fistula and to expand their impact both at home and in the global community. Julie received an MBA from the University of Washington and a BA in International Affairs from Lewis & Clark College. Julie and her husband, Andrew, enjoy living in Seattle and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest with their two daughters.
CELINE BARTHELEMY, MPH
OPERATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE firstname.lastname@example.orgCeline Barthelemy joins the One By One team after spending a year supporting public health outreach programs at a health center in southwest Ethiopia. She oversees day-to-day operations of the One By One office and the logistics of special events. Celine has an M.P.H in Health Behavior & Health Education, a graduate certificate in Global Health, and a B.S. in Cultural Anthropology and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from the University of Michigan. She completed a graduate internship in Cape Coast, Ghana, and an undergraduate volunteer program in Quito, Ecuador. Celine is thrilled to live in Seattle, and spends her free time cooking, playing board games, training for her next triathlon, adventuring, and searching for parking spaces near her house…
Our leadership is made of three dynamic Kenyan women who work with our US Team to design programs, test interventions, monitor and evaluate our efforts and provide essential supervision to our Regional Representatives who are working in their rural communities.
Our 30 Regional Representatives are a mix of 20 fistula survivors, six women without fistula and four men (two of whom are the husbands of fistula survivors) act as front line community health workers in the effort to end fistula in Western Kenya
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