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Mr. Bermudez Del-Villar brings more than 10 years of experience working in both the U.S. and the international development arena; managing and coordinating programs from national and International donors. Main focus: use of new technologies as tools for e-Government and socio-economic development. Extensive cross-sectoral expertise - i.e. Private sector, International Organizations, Non-Profits on Congressional matters as well as with Management experience of USAID Information and Communication Technologies Projects in Latin America, Africa, South East Asia, Algeria, Egypt, Romania and Macedonia, among others.
Born and raised in Poland, Aleksandra, came to the United States in pursuit of furthering her education. She received B.A. in Legal Studies from University of Maryland University College and has been working with various organizations supporting minority communities in Washington DC area.
Francys Crevier is First Nations Algonquin and has been serving Indian Country for almost a decade. She has served in various capacities from clerking for Tribal supreme courts and working for the United Nations Special Rapporteur for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to representing Tribes as in-house counsel and special prosecutor. She joined the Indian healthcare field in 2015 to advocate for better healthcare in Indian Country as well as educate Tribal members and communities on their alternative healthcare options. Francys received her B.A. in Public Administration from Florida International University and her J.D. from University of Arizona Law with a Certificate in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy. During her free time, you’ll find Francys enjoying her favorite hobbies such as listening to audio books and podcast on social justice, finances, real estate and politics, as well as cooking and exploring fun sites in the Washington DC area.
Ryan Young serves as the Technical Assistance & Research Center Coordinator at NCUIH. He earned both a Master of Social Work and a Master of Public Administration from Grand Valley State University, and he obtained his undergraduate degree from Marymount Manhattan College, majoring in psychology. Much of Ryan’s career has been spent working with minority populations within various initiatives to reduce health disparities and improve health outcomes. Prior to joining NCUIH, Young served as a limited license clinical social worker at a Michigan community school. He provided all aspects of clinical care to at-promise minority youth and their families, including the Latino and AI/AN populations. He serves the Secretary of the Board of Directors for a nonprofit that advocates for the intellectually and developmentally disabled.
Mayte Vasquez is the Administrative Assistant for the National Council of Urban Indian Health. She is a former attorney in her native country, Peru where she graduated in 2000. She moved to the USA in 2006 and since then has been supporting different native organizations administratively in the DC area.