Programs Coordinators

Romina Rojas

Born in the city of Maturín in Venezuela, October 5, 1977. She studied chemicall engineering at the University of Oriente and graduated in the year 2003, She studied English at the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica, and She studied in the area of automation and Industrial Informatics.

She works in the Venezuelan oil industry in the area of oil, gas and water production, responsible for designing and planning the infrastructure for the processing requirements of oil, gas and water associated with the production of petroleum. Responsible for the optimization of process plants, especially flow stations in the Department of Production engineers, with extensive knowledge in systems of transmission or collection of fluids, separators, pipes, gas injection nets Lift at surface level. In addition, She has carried out a job of providing clothes and food for the children of the hostel Maturín and since January 2019 She serves as coordinator in the eastern part of the VEFG food Program.

Rrojas@engagementfound.org

Food Program Coordinator - Oriental Centers in Venezuela

Leopoldo I. Garcia 

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, now living in Canada as a temporal resident. Married and father of twins. An orthopedic surgeon with over 20 years of experience in managing, training, and teaching sports medicine and prosthesis implantation. Throughout my postgraduate training and my professional experience, I have had the opportunity to be involved in several research projects regarding orthopedic surgery, and was able to share some of the findings in journals and conferences. I was a Research and Clinical Fellow in Sports Medicine, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy Surgery at the Istituto Ortopedicci Rizzoli, in Bologna, Italy. Work as volunteer doctor with the poverty communities in Venezuela for the Centro Medico Docente la Trinidad and Puerto Azul Foundation. Member of Cruz Roja Venezuela.

medicines@engagementfound.org

+1 (514) 6213179

CVEF Health Program Coordinator 

Henry Silva

Born in Quiriquire, State of Monagas, Venezuela. He is an entrepreneur and potential motivator. Activist and an ambassador of social causes through the foundation he founded and has led for four years. The Foundation "A New Hope" (Fundación Una Nueva Esperanza, FUNDUNE, in Spanish), one of the organizations allied to VEFG from Venezuela. He is a Radio Speaker graduated at Universidad Central de Venezuela in Caracas and he also holds a degree of Medical Doctor, graduated at Universidad de Oriente in Bolivar city. He is an artist, singer, and TV host (Currently, the host of the marathon program "Super Sabado Sensacional", led previously by Amador Bendayan, Gilberto Correa, Daniel Sarcos and Leonardo Villalobos). He is also a presenter of the beauty pageant of universal reference, the "Miss Venezuela", both broadcasted through Venevision, Venevision Plus, and Venevision USA. Likewise, he hosts the lottery game "El Kino Tachira" of Tachira Lottery raffles for Venezuela. Today, as never before, the commitment of Henrys Silva, his Board of Directors and of the volunteers that work with him in his Organization "FUNDUNE" is to serve the one in need in Venezuela and to be a channel for VEFG and their plans, to work as allies and to supervise the projects along with VEFG.

contactosilva@engagementfound.org 

+58 (414) 8576184

VEFG Health Program local Coordinator 

Reina Ruiz

Reina Ruiz holds a Degree of English Teacher and Master in Higher Education from Universidad Pedagodica Experimental Libertador (UPEL) in Maturin. She has 12 years of experience in English Language Teaching. She works as an English teacher for both undergraduate and graduate programs for English Teachers at UPEL. She is the Secretary of VENTESOL (Venezuelan National Association of English Teachers). She joined Engagement Foundation as a volunteer in January 2018. Currently, she coordinates the English Program for Little Talents in which 65 children are taught English and receive a meal during their classes.

logistics@engagementfound.org

+58 (424) 9103138

English for Young Talents Program

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