Staff

Anne-Marie Affainie-Godwyll - Programme Manager for Ghana
Anne-Marie Affainie-Godwyll - Programme Manager for Ghana
Lily Garcia Rodriguez, Twinning Coordinator, Mexico and Kansas City
Lily Garcia Rodriguez, Twinning Coordinator, Mexico and Kansas City
Rajiv Kumar Roy - Programme Coordinator for Nepal
Rajiv Kumar Roy - Programme Coordinator for Nepal
Anne-Marie has a Masters’ Degree in Public Health from Ohio University in the USA. She has also undertaken a Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Course. Her expertise is providing leadership and coordination on various public health related projects. In her previous roles, she worked in the areas of: maternal and child health, HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis, sexual reproductive health, and rights (SRHR) for vulnerable populations such as prison inmates, male and female sex workers, mothers, and children (particularly adolescents). Anne-Marie’s goal is to use her experience and passion in programme management to improve diagnosis, treatment, and support for children with cancer and their families, in low- and middle-income countries such as Ghana.

Dr. Garcia is a Pediatric Oncologist from Mexico.  She has worked with World Child Cancer as a consultant for the programs throughout Mexico.  She was awarded a fellowship with Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City and is working on various research projects with Dr. Flatt.  She also continues her work with World Child Cancer in Mexico to coordinate the twinning relationship between Children’s Mercy Hospital and the Hospitals in Oaxaca and Pachuca in Mexico.  Her knowledge and experience is helping World Child Cancer save even more children.

Rajiv Kumar Roy joined World Child Cancer in December 2020. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Health and has over seven years of experience in public health programme management, M&E and research in various projects. This includes those funded by international donor agencies like DFID/UKAID, European Commission, WHO, PATH, IVI Korea, World Vision International, where he provided significant contribution in the sector of tropical and infectious diseases control/elimination, maternal, child health and nutrition through his core competencies of programme design, planning and management, budgeting, research, monitoring & evaluation, capacity building, coordination, analytical/assessment skills, IPR and communication skills, epidemiological & statistical skills and reporting.

Rajiv is very delighted to be a part of World Child Cancer team and to support the well-being of children with cancer in Nepal.

During his leisure time, Rajiv enjoys playing with his kids and going on trips with families and friends.

Seth Kwaning Kore - M&E Officer
Seth Kwaning Kore - M&E Officer
Stephanie Cox, Executive Director
Stephanie Cox, Executive Director

Seth joined World Child Cancer in 2020 as our M&E Officer. He has over 10 years of experience working in non-profit organizations and a track record of building strategic partnerships and coordinating programs to ensure the greatest impact and accountability.

Seth received his Higher National Diploma in Statistics at Accra Technical University in 1999. Additionally, he has a Bachelor of Science in Statistics and a Master of Arts in Population and Health from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.

Stephanie Cox has a proven history leading humanitarian and consumer goods companies in conflict zones and emerging markets spanning food security, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, clean tech and micro finance sectors. For over a decade, she worked with iDE, leading global innovation initiatives and distribution and commercialization of simple technologies specifically designed to address the needs of those living in poverty. Stephanie joined Nokero International, a solar lighting start-up, as COO in 2014. She was responsible for leading the company’s expansion into the international aid market.  With field work in more than 25 countries, she’s witnessed the plight of those suffering from lack of access to healthcare, education and economic opportunities. In 2014, Stephanie founded The Level Market during the Ebola crisis to help speed supplies to those in need. In 2016, she was named Everyday Tech Hero by the UK’s charity,  Nominet Trust 100. In 2018, she was named COBizMag Entrepreneur of Year Runner Up 2018.   She joins World Child Cancer with a passion to help children suffering from cancer overcome the odds.