Incarnate Word Volunteer Missionaries
San Antonio, Texas
Emily Cavazos, a native of San Antonio, Texas and graduate of Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota volunteers with Headwaters at the Incarnate Word in San Antonio. Headwaters at the Incarnate Word is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. She will serve as an Education Outreach Coordinator. She will be sharing her insights and experiences on her blog: http://emilycavazos.tumblr.com/
Clionadh Murtagh, a native of Co. Roscommon, Ireland, and graduate of Limerick College of Art and Design in Ireland will serve at Inner City Development in San Antonio, Texas as the Reading and Art Specialist for the School Program. Keep up with her at her blog: http://clionadh-m.tumblr.com/
Dianne Tribo of West Virginia and a longtime Science and Math teacher volunteers in Chimbote, Peru at the Pedro Pablo Atusparias Pre-K3 to Grade 12 School, as well as the Sembrando Infancia wellness program as an outreach worker.
Selena Mitchell, a native of San Antonio, Texas and recent NYU Education graduate, volunteers with the Sembrando Infancia wellness program as an outreach worker in Chimbote, Perú.
Read Selena’s reflections in her blog as she goes about her days in Perú.
Anne Catherine Mora, a native of Senegal and of French descent has lived in San Antonio, Texas where she served as Women’s Global Connection volunteer. She will serve as a Women’s Global Connection volunteer with the Pushaq Warmi women’s collective group in Chimbote, Perú. See Anne Catherine’s blog: http://francemeetschimbote.tumblr.com/
Mark Tribo (married to Dianne), a retired chemist and registered nurse from West Virginia, volunteers at the Sistema de Salud Hospice in Chimbote, Perú.
Juan Piña, a native of San Antonio, Texas and recent University of the Incarnate Word graduate, volunteers in Chimbote, Perú at the Pedro Pablo Atusparias Pre-K3 to Grade 12 School and spends hours with community members at Centro Cultural Centenario.