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Doranne Gause with Students

 

 


The IMA Partnership Program
“A Bright Ray of Light”


IMA has attracted a wide and divergent swath of physicians, academics and educators, politicians, religious leaders, philanthropists and like organizations to help create an integrated program that is unmatched in Guatemala.

 

The following links lead to a few of their stories, contributions, and endorsements:

 

 

Mr. Nery Orlando Samayoa Barrios

Congressman in Guatemala

2010 IMA Graduation Ceremonies

 

Congressman Nery Orlando Samayoa Barrios

Dennis Alonzo Mazariegos - Director of Education

2010 IMA Graduation Ceremonies

 
   
Cameron Calabrese Program Director, Gifts in Kind Resources
Food for the Hungary
   

Lynda Law Wilson

RN, PhD, FAAN, Professor
Assistant Dean for International Programs and Deputy Director
WHO/PAHO Collaborating Center of International Nursing
School of Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Ms. Wilson has been an active supporter since 1998. Read more about her involvment with IMA in this focus article.
 

   
Jamie Hays Randy M.S., CCC-SLP  (Certificate of Clinical Competence-Speech Language Pathologist)
Undergraduate B.A. in Speech Communication Disorders from Hope International University and CSUF
Undergraduate Minor in Biblical Leadership
Graduate M.S. in Speech Communication Disorders
Rehabilitative Credential with Special Class Authorization (Special Ed Credential)
   
Doranne Gause Teacher, Masters in Education & Chaplin


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Doctor's Partner to Support IMA

For several years, visiting physicians have selflessly offered their services to support IMA students through routine health-care services.  These doctors and medical staff provide critical but basic health check-ups and dental hygiene for the many IMA students across the years of IMA's existence.

 

 Dr. Charles Owyang, M.D. - Pediatric Medicine

  • Kaiser Permanente

 

   

 Dr. Sandra & Se Young Lee
  • M.D. - Pediatric Medicine
  • Private Practice

Dr. Lee and her Husband, Se, continue to assist in medical services at IMA.

Read her testimonial titled "A Mother's Perspective".