The TRIMEDX Foundation is pleased to welcome Kelley Jacobsen and Bill Conrad to the TRIMEDX Foundation Board of Directors.
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TRIMEDX Foundation Board of Directors and staff are honored to congratulate Helen Dennison for 12 years of service to the Foundation. Helen’s hard work and dedication to TRIMEDX Foundation volunteers and partners is on display every day. In 2011, she began her tenure at the Foundation as administrative assistant. As the organization matured, her responsibilities have developed and transformed into a new role as volunteer coordinator.
2022 was an exciting year for TRIMEDX Foundation. As travel resumed, and COVID restrictions lifted, the organization emerged stronger than ever. Thanks to the generosity of so many, more than $250,000 in annual contributions were received. These gifts allowed the organization to travel across 214,498 miles, supporting healthcare facilities in six different countries while completing 29 mission trips with 42 volunteers.
Joseph Dieudonne from Nashville went on his first mission trip to Supplies Over Seas in Louisville, KY, in March 2021.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, TRIMEDX Foundation was anxious to resume international mission trips. In July, August, and September, fourteen TRIMEDX Foundation volunteers traveled over 100,000 miles and logged hundreds of volunteer hours. The Foundation team was thrilled to reconnect with our international partners in Niger, Zambia, Uganda, and Kenya, as well as continuing our domestic work in Indiana, Kentucky, and Michigan.
On behalf of TRIMEDX Foundation Board of Directors and staff, thank you for your support of the sixteenth annual Mission on the Greens, sponsored by Tri-Imaging Solutions. TRIMEDX Foundation is grateful for every sponsor, volunteer, and team member who made this year’s outing so memorable. A special thank you to the title sponsor, Tri-Imaging Solutions, and reception sponsor, USOC Medical.
TRIMEDX associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Franco Wakhisi began his career with TRIMEDX in Indianapolis in the Manager Plus One Program. Franco has been on three trips for TRIMEDX Foundation once to Nigeria and twice to Zambia.
The TRIMEDX Foundation is pleased to welcome Kevin Collazo to our team as the biomedical mission specialist. Kevin grew up in Puerto Rico where he obtained his biomedical engineering degree. Having worked as a biomedical technician, and more recently as a TRIMEDX site manager, Kevin brings over 12 years of valuable experience including working in different countries.