Advisory Board

Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, Chair Emeritus (1917-2015)
John Burchett, Chair, Washington, DC
Michael Hansen, Vice Chair, Fort Lauderdale, FL
David Gaus, M.D, MPH & TM, Executive Director
Juan Esteban Baus, Notre Dame, IN
Jorge Boada, Quito, Ecuador
James Conway, M.D., Madison, WI
Mayra Mendoza Dillon, M.D., San Diego, CA
Jim Dunn, Milwaukee, WI
Rachel English, M.D., Milwaukee, WI
Mike Flores, Chicago, IL
Peter Gottsacker, Milwaukee, WI
Alphonse Harding, M.D., South Bend, IN
Michael Heisler, M.D., MPH, Sioux Falls, SD
Tara Kenney, Boston, MA
Rev. Paul Kollman, CSC, Notre Dame, IN
Laurie McKeon, Pleasant Prairie, WI
Louis M. Nanni, Notre Dame, IN
Paul O’Hop, Washington, D.C.
Mary Runger, Lisle, IL
Maureen Hesburgh Ryan, Chicago, IL
Jenny Grantham Stein, Madison, WI
Michael Stephan, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Peter J. Urbain, Chicago, IL
Timothy S. Van Kirk, Watersound, FL
Timothy J. Willis, Notre Dame, IN

Honorary Board Member

Rosalynn Carter, former First Lady for the United States

Emeritus Advisory Board Members

Michael Breslin, Scottsdale
Barnett Cline, M.D., MPH, Ph. D., San Antonio
Carlos del Salto, Fort Lauderdale
Alan Gianotti, M.D., San Francisco
John C. Rudolf, Seattle

Beth Toomey, Seattle

United States’ Operations Management

David Gaus, M.D., MPH/TM, Executive Director, Quito, Ecuador
Laura Brown, MBA, Chief Operating Officer, Madison, WI
Alicia Acker, Development Assistant, Madison, WI

Saludesa Foundation Board of Directors
(Andean Health & Development’s Ecuadorian Counterpart)

David Gaus, M.D., MPH & TM, Santo Domingo, Ecuador
Diego Herrera, M.D., Santo Domingo, Ecuador
Miguel and María Elena Andrade, Quito, Ecuador
John Burchett, Washington, D.C.

News

Summer 2021 News

  While conditions surrounding the pandemic in the U.S. appear more encouraging with each passing day, the same cannot be said about Ecuador and many other low-income countries. Latin America has been hit disproportionately hard compared to other regions of the world. During the past two months, public hospitals have once again filled to capacity,

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