Vatsla is a super volunteer who is making a huge impact by using her background in Public Health to help Solidarity Bridge research more effective ways to work in Bolivia and accurately measure our impact there. Vatsla is a native of New Delhi and began volunteering her time in 2016, while her husband pursued his degree at the NU Kellogg School of Management. Today she and her family live in Indiana, but she remains a key volunteer, giving her time and expertise to help with the development of our metrics and other special projects.
Marion has been volunteering with Solidarity Bridge for over ten years! She is the go-to person whenever we have bulk mailing and her speed, precision and positive attitude make her always fun to be with. You cannot help but have a smile on your face whenever she’s in the room. Thank you Marion, for all you do!
College, friends, extracurriculars, and volunteering! Jonathan, a freshman at Loyola University, sets aside time in his busy schedule volunteer at Solidarity Bridge. We are so thankful he takes the time to help us out by designing projects and doing whatever needs to get done! His flexibility makes him a valuable member of our team! We wish him luck in attaining his goal of becoming a doctor and making a difference all around the world!
Margaret has truly been a blessing to Solidarity Bridge. She joined us as an occasional volunteer in 2011, helping to pack supplies and prepare our bulk mailings. But quickly she became indispensable in our office and took on a leadership role managing our donor database, helping with the planning of our annual gala, and becoming an expert on our medical supply inventory system. She has travled to Bolivia with four mission teams, serving as the medical supply manager on our multi-specialty mission trips. Margaret is also an important ambassador for Solidarity Bridge, inviting new people to to join us as volunteers and supporters each year.
Ever heard of “bulletproof” coffee? Daniel, our resident inventory superstar, swears by this concoction of coffee, butter, and eggs. He is currently finishing his online degree at Phoenix University where he is studying fitness and nutrition. Not only do we love having him share helpful “health hacks”, but his heart for volunteering and for continuing our mission of empowerment is evident in everything he does and to everyone he interacts with. Thank you, Daniel for all you do!!