Rosalinda Amor Roy
Rosalinda A. Roy is the founder of Margarita Humanitarian Foundation. She is a pediatrician specializing in medical care for low-income families at Roy Medical Group. She graduated with an M.D. from the University of Santo Tomas, Philippines in 1971. She started her first pediatric practice in the late 1970s in Manila and now has five medical offices, two in the Antelope Valley and three in the San Fernando Valley.
Rosalinda provides board oversight of all MHF operations. Additionally she is actively involved as a volunteer reviewing presentations, fact sheets, infographics, grant applications, and more.
Jeff Huang is an Associate Professor in Computer Science at Brown University. His research is in Human-Computer Interaction, where his group builds personalized systems based on user behavior data. These systems are applied to interaction, mental health, mobile, and attention. His work is funded by the NSF, NIH, and ARO, and he has received the NSF CAREER award, Facebook Fellowship, and ARO Young Investigator Award.
Jeff provides board oversight of all MHF operations. Additionally, he is actively involved as a working board member volunteering with us and working through his Brown University HCI research group to refine and deploy a mental health peer support chat app project, in collaboration with the Invisible College and the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University.
Tricia is a Director at Huron, a top management consulting firm. Previously she transformed consumer and commercial innovation in Medtronic’s Diabetes group, implemented automation across global finance at Capital Group, and led business process improvements across 6 Providence hospitals and at Kaiser Permanente. She graduated with an Executive MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and a J.D. from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.
Tricia provides board oversight of all MHF operations. Additionally she is actively involved as a volunteer providing leadership guidance and mentorship to the executive director.
Director of Healthcare Administration and Management
Manoj provides oversight and active operational leadership on all healthcare activities at MHF. All medical management staff (Program Coordinators and Leaders in Humanitarian Health Fellows) whose work involves the coordination of healthcare operations (local, remote, and mobile humanitarian clinics) receive Manoj's in-depth guidance and mentorship for the development of their programs.
Manoj is a physician by background, but most of his experience is in healthcare administration. He served as an administrator for Antelope Valley Hospital, the local hospital in the AV for many years. Most recently, he served as an administrator for Kaiser Permanente.
Daniel A. Roy Greenfeld
Director of Human Resources and Finance
Daniel is responsible for all HR and finance operations at MHF. He has a passion for process automation and has set up our payroll and reimbursement systems to run on auto-pilot. He also reviews our financial records for accuracy, generates profit-and-loss reports, handles taxation matters, and oversees implementation of our donation systems. He does all of this entirely as an unpaid volunteer as his way of giving back. As Director of Finance he is one of the backup donors in case any emergency expenses arise.
By day he is Director of Engineering at the certified B corp Octopus Energy US, where he leads software teams on the development of a platform for renewable energy utility companies who care about transparency and the environment. He has a passion for climate action and sees climate issues as multifaceted, encompassing not just green energy but also humanitarian issues affecting vulnerable populations first, especially rural desert communities.
Audrey M. Roy Greenfeld
Audrey is responsible for the overall vision and day-to-day operations leadership of MHF. She oversees program development, fundraising, strategic planning, and open-source software development.
She has 10 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, and 20 years of experience in the software industry, from software engineering to executive leadership.
Previously in the nonprofit world, she was a founder and president of the international nonprofit org PyLadies, developing the original vision, website, kit for new chapter organizers, and leading initial grant-writing and fundraising. She was also the author and maintainer of Cookiecutter, a free and open-source software project now community-run with roughly a million downloads a month.
Professionally, she was a VP of Engineering at a tech company overseeing 150+ engineers and software architects. She also co-wrote one of the leading reference books for the Django web framework and has given keynote speeches at free software conferences around the world.