Our dedicated teams in Cap-Haitien, Haiti and Saint Louis, Missouri work hard every day toward the ultimate goal of ending malnutrition in Haiti.
Angela joined MFK after serving as Executive Director to one of our valued partners in Haiti. Having grown up in Cap-Haitien, she brings cultural fluency along with years of international leadership and program-building in healthcare, refugee processing and child development programs. She looks forward to continuing her success at MFK by strengthening staff capabilities in St. Louis and Haiti and widening the scope of MFK’s impact through an enlarged and more robust customer base for the malnutrition products produced in Haiti. Increased production will ultimately result in more lives saved, and more lives changed to prevent malnutrition in the first instance.
Dr. Wolff has both BA and MD degrees from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and worked for the Indian Health Service in South Dakota following her graduation. After a residency at Washington University Medical School, she worked as a pediatrician for 35 years in St. Louis City and was President of Forest Park Pediatrics until the summer of 2011, when she resigned to devote herself full-time to Meds & Food for Kids. Dr. Wolff has been listed in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Doctors list since 2002. She currently splits her time between St. Louis and Haiti.
Stephanie has over 15 years of experience in non-profit program management, development, marketing, communications and event planning. Prior to joining the MFK team, she was with two St. Louis child welfare agencies, where she directed many development initiatives, including large-scale fundraising events and donor stewardship programs. Stephanie is excited to put her passion for child welfare to work at Meds & Food for Kids.
Lauren has over 25 years of experience in strategic planning, business development and new product launches, with 13 of those years in healthcare planning. After college, Lauren was a Peace Corps volunteer in Cameroon, where she worked with planters in establishing cocoa cooperatives. Lauren has a Masters of Business Administration with a major in Finance.
Zsuzsa comes to the MFK team in St. Louis with a passion for economic development and several years of experience in donor relations and database management. She began her non-profit career in New York working for two organizations— one of which focused on solving the water crisis globally, and the other serving the homeless population in the city. Zsuzsa is a graduate of The King’s College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.
Jean Alex is from Cap-Haïtien. He works in production and supervises inputs of raw materials into the Optinut grinding machine. He likes to listen to music and watch TV (soccer, specifically) in his free time. He supports his favorite local team, ASC. Jean Alex has been working for MFK since 2005.