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  • Michael J. Nyenhuis, COO, was promoted to President/CEO of MAP (Medical Assistance Programs) International, a Christian, non-profit relief/development agency. Nyenhuis joined MAP in 1995. MAP provides health for the world’s poor through disaster relief, the provision of essential medicines, prevention of disease and promotion of community health development.
  • Lee H. Owen, promoted to Director of Resource Development, MAP (Medical Assistance Programs)International. Mrs. Owen with MAP since 1995, will coordinate local and regional office grants and development projects. MAP promotes health of world’s poor through provision of essential medicines, prevention of disease and promotion of community health development.
  • Sandra Wadley, MPH, R.PH., former pharmacist, CIGNA Health Care, Florida, named Director, International Medical Resources, MAP (Medical Assistance Programs) International. Wadley is responsible for medical supply/distribution through MAP’s central distribution center. MAP promotes health among world’s poor through provision of essential medicines, prevention of disease and promotion of community health development.
  • Marci Stoterau, MPH,RN,BSN., former Consultant with UNICEF, named Director, International Health Programs. Stoterau coordinates the planning, implementation, and evaluation of MAP’s health programming internationally. MAP (Medical Assistance Programs) International promotes health of world’s poor through provision of essential medicines, prevention of disease and promotion of community health development.
  • The Women’s Center of Chapel Hill will sponsor the 2000 Orange County Women’s Agenda Assembly on Thursday, October 12, from 5:30p-9:00p at the Southern Human Services Center in Chapel Hill. Call 919-732-8181 ext. 2250 for details.
  • Veronica Arroyave, USAID Project Manager named Director of Product Procurement for MAP (Medical Assistance Programs) International. Arroyave manages Corporate Relations Account team in pharmaceutical donor development, promotion/public relations. MAP promotes health among world’s poor through disaster relief, provision of essential medicines, prevention of disease and promotion of community health development.

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