Physicians for Peace looks to 2011 with renewed energy and purpose
Physicians for Peace recently held a Report to Stakeholders dinner, communicating spectacular productivity. The evening's events included highlights for 2010 and a look forward to 2011. Physicians for Peace is a positive agent for change in the world, serving the needs of vulnerable populations.
Major Grants Development Director Sam Hill
President and CEO of Physicians for Peace, Brigadier General Ronald Sconyers (USAF, Ret.), with Development Director Laurie Harrison
Neonatologist Edward Karotkin, M.D., Chairman of the Physicians for Peace Board of Trustees, with President and CEO of Physicians for Peace, Brigadier General Ronald Sconyers (USAF, Ret.)
Laurie Harrison and Internet Marketing and Design CEO Terry Young.
Nurse midwife and Physicians for Peace Volunteer of the Year Robin Jones
Physicians for Peace's first volunteer, Catherine Colgan, center, has been volunteering for 22 years. She's with her husband, Jack, and Senior Director of Development and Communications Monika Bridgeforth.
Deneen and Mike Keegan, of the accounting firm Goodman & Company
Bibiana Gama and Jorge Salazar
Physicians for Peace Public Relations and Communications Manager Mary Westbrook and her husband, photographer Roberto Westbrook
William Oglesby and John Bridgforth
From left: Global Health Programs Director Laura Gwathmey, Joanne Hansinger, and Senior Director of Global Health Programs Mary Kwasniewski
17th Street Surf Shop IT Director Erin Viera and Ameriprise Financial Advisor Bruce Kongslien
Forgiving Those We Have Injuredby Dr. Bill Austin
A Real Estate Avocationby Jean Loxley-Barnard
The Hope Trap -- The Bottleby Jean Loxley-Barnard
What to ask before contracting a designerby Terry Young
A Vision of Youth
Kitten Fosteringby Breonna Loxley
Preparing for Interior Shootsby Terry Young