Conexión Guatemala

Conexión Guatemala

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Conexión Guatemala is a group of Nashville churches, schools, private organizations, and individuals with connections to Guatemala. Conexión Guatemala began with discussions between the Shalom Foundation, Children’s Hospital, and Vanderbilt’s Center for Latin American Studies, all of which have active ongoing projects in Guatemala. Thus, Conexión Guatemala was born of our desire to get Nashvillians together in an informal setting, without a rigid agenda, to share what we are doing in Guatemala, talk about the problems and possibilities facing the country, and to learn from one another.

Conexión Guatemala Directory

Senator Diane Black, Hendersonville Rotary

Susan Doughty, Healing Wings

Frank Emerson, Franklin Rotary

Ruth Ford, Associate Dean School of Occupational Therapy, Belmont

Tamara Garvey, School of Occupational Therapy, Belmont University

Caroline Hale, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital

Barb Hall, Presbytery of Middle TN Guatemala Task Force/Hispanic Ministries

Ira Landsman, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital

Rip and Pat Lebkuecher, Hendersonville Rotary Club

Chris Lemelle, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital

Mike Magee, Healing Wings

Brent Savoie, Primeros Pasos

Donald Srygley, Hillsboro Presbyterian Church

Steve Moore, Shalom Foundation

Allison Bender, Shalom Foundation

Ted Fischer, Vanderbilt Center for Latin American Studies

Avery Dickins de Girón, Vanderbilt Center for Latin American Studies

Claire González, Vanderbilt Center for Latin American Studies

To be added to the ConexiónGuatemala Directory, contact Avery.Dickins-deGiron@Vanderbilt.Edu

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