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‘STL Friends with Haiti: Visions for Change’

Wednesday, 05 April, 2017

One of the primary goals of the Atlas Program is to forge partnerships and foster collaboration across the world in an effort to alleviate social injustices.

The 2017 Atlas Program Keynote Speaker, Alison Thompson, has coordinated extensive humanitarian relief efforts in Haiti. But did you know how many other individuals and organizations in the St. Louis community and connected to Saint Louis University are also serving communities in Haiti?

Come hear about these efforts and learn how you can also get involved from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, in the Sinquefield Stateroom in DuBourg Hall.


  • Alison Thompson, Founder, Third Wave Volunteers, Ambassador to the Haitian Ministry of Environment, and 2017 Atlas Program Keynote Speaker
  • Wiliam Guyol, Jr., M.D., vice chairman, The Crudem Foundation; Saint Louis University School of Medicine (‘82)
  • Steven Shackford, M.D., Board of Directors, The Haitian Project (THP);  Medical Director for Trauma GME Program, Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego; Saint Louis University School of Medicine (‘73)
  • Tim Randolph, Ph.D., founder and co-president, Randolph World Ministries, Inc.; department chair and associate professor of Biomedical Laboratory Science, Doisy College of Health Sciences, Saint Louis University
  • Patricia Wolff, M.D., founder and executive director, Med & Food for Kids " Haiti


  • Gary Albers, M.D., professor of pediatrics; co-director, Asthma Center for Children, co-director, Cystic Fibrosis, Director of Bronchoscopy - Division of Pulmonary Medicine

Sponsored by: Sam & Marilyn Fox Atlas Program, Doisy College of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Office of Mission & Identity, The Crudem Foundation, Randolph World Ministries, Med & Food for Kids " Haiti