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.
Marian Pulford has a proven record of nonprofit fundraising and communications in organizations of all sizes. A Denver native, Marian loves spending time in the mountains with her husband Austin and her Golden Retriever Gilbert, practicing yoga, cooking, and painting. She is passionate about doing work that helps to create a more equitable, just, and peaceful world. She is currently completing a Master of Humanities in Social Justice and Art History.
Megan is World Child Cancer’s Programme Coordinator in Mexico. Since finishing her BA Hons Geography in 2011 she has spent a large amount of time in the Spanish - speaking world. During her degree and ERASMUS year in Santander, Spain, she focused her studies on health and development. After graduating she travelled to Chile and spent three years working with NGO’s and teaching English. This experience sparked her interest in child health. She returned to the UK to study an MSc in paediatric nursing. Whilst on this masters programme she was awarded a travel scholarship and academic achievement awards which facilitated her research project abroad where she was able to explore her particular area of interest, children's palliative care. Since registering as a children’s nurse she has worked in many areas of acute children’s health, including children's oncology and PICU. Moving to Mexico has led to the opportunity to coordinate and develop World Child Cancer's programmes in Mexico, an area she is very passionate about.
In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, exploring new cultures and food as well as keeping fit.
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. A survivor of cancer and the 2004 Asian tsunami, Stephanie has dedicated her life to humanitarian programs.
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.