Stephanie has spent the past two decades working and volunteering with a variety of non-profit organizations in the US and UK, including many years as the Financial Director of Street Kids International based in London. Stephanie holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Manitoba. She currently lives with her husband, three children, and two dogs in Verbier, Switzerland. She is an outdoor enthusiast and triathlete in her spare time!
Jeff has over a decade of private, non-profit, and government sector experience in development, communications, operations, and project management. Jeff holds a BBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and an MPH in Community Health Sciences from the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA, during which he completed field work in Bangladesh. Jeff is passionate about global health, health equity, and strengthening health systems. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Harriet holds a postgraduate diploma in Project Planning and Management and a Bachelor’s in Development Studies from Kyambogo University and is currently completing her Master’s in Monitoring and Evaluation from the Uganda Martyrs University. She is passionate about public health, women’s empowerment and education, and community engagement. Harriet has nine years of experience with NGO program management and development and has a diverse background in sexual reproductive health (SRH), livelihoods, research, and advocacy. She loves empowering communities and creating change in the lives of vulnerable populations.
Alex first served as Team Leader during the 2017 UVP Internship Program, where he supported implementing the Healthy Villages program. Alex later became a volunteer with UVP, until joining the organization full time. He holds a degree in Social Work and Social Administration from Kampala University and additionally obtained a Certificate of Leadership Skills from the university’s School of Arts and Social Sciences. Alex is passionate about public health, with experience in WASH programming. Alex’s internship with UVP, prior internship at the Iganga main referral hospital (Nakavule), and volunteer opportunities helped him gain experience in planning, organizing, and coordinating activities with low resource communities. Alex loves helping and working with people in the communities to become agents of change and facilitators of their own well-being.
As a former fistula patient, Evelyn is dedicated to finding other women who suffer from obstetric fistula. She is from a nearby village in Bugiri District in eastern Uganda, where she lives with her three children and mother.