My Brother's Keeper of Bethesda, Inc. - A Charity With Kids In Mind!
Biographies





William Baker                                                                                    .    

     Mr. William Baker graduated from the University of South Florida in 1977 with a major in Clinical Chemistry.  He has been a member of the American Chemical Society and is certified by the American Society for Clinical Pathology.  Mr. Baker began his professional career in support of the chemistry laboratories of hospitals and corporations.  For several years before his Government tenure, he performed the automated and manual assay procedures adopted by these institutions.  He has experience in the sampling techniques of human serum and plasma, and is familiar with the instrumentation employed in the analysis of samples of such human fluids.  
     
     Mr. Baker launched his lengthy Government career when he accepted a post with the Chemicals Division of the Office of Industries of the U.S. International Trade Commission.  Here Mr. Baker gained Government experience in the evaluation of commodities and their respective industries, both domestic and global, and in the reporting of such evaluations to the U.S. Congress.  Within the Government, Mr. Baker discovered opportunities in other fields of expertise.  He gained considerable proficiency in the area of Contract Price/Cost Estimating and Analysis, a function he exercised in support of contract negotiations with major U.S. corporations.  His performance was repeatedly recognized, resulting in his promotion to various positions of leadership.  During his many years of duty as an Acquisition Professional, he served as Team-Lead  in the capacity of Operations Research in support of the budget for the Program Office.  Mr. Baker is currently retired from Civil Service.  
    
     Documented kudos and accolades for Mr. Baker include:
1.     Certificate of Award, On the Spot, 18 August 2000
2.    Certificate of Excellence, in support of the Success of Acquisition Reform, 9 August 1999
3.    Outstanding Performance Evaluation, Level 5 rating, dated 6 August 1996
4.    Letter of Appreciation, for Technical Processes development used in the training module, dated 17 April
        1996
5.    Letter of Commendation, in support of a Cost & Operational Effectiveness Analysis of the Supersonic Sea
        Skimming Target, dated 18 April 1994
6.    Certificate of Award, in recognition of superior performance, dated 2 August 1993
7.    Certificate of Appreciation, recognition of excellence, dated 8 September 1992
8.    Letter of Appreciation, in support of the Cruise/Anti Ship Missile acquisition, dated 9 August 1991
9.    Letter of Appreciation, in support of the Tomahawk Weapons Control System production acquisition,
        dated 27 July 1990
10. Commendation Award, for attainment of Quality and Productivity Improvements, dated 11 December
        1989
11. Letter of Commendation, in support of Tomahawk Weapons Control Systems acquisition, dated 1 July
       1986
12. Letter of Commendation, in support Single Deep Sweep development acquisition, dated 25 February 1985
    







Mark Mendizabal

      Mr. Mark V. Mendizabal received a Bachelors in Theology (Minor in Biblical Languages) from Atlantic Union College, in South Lancaster, Massachusetts, and a Masters in Divinity at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.  Mr. Mendizabal is currently working on becoming a CPSP supervisor, with an ultimate goal of obtaining a Doctor of Christian Counseling (D.C.C.) degree.  
     Mr. Mendizabal began his health-care chaplaincy professional experience at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts.  Since 2007 he has been a Staff Chaplain at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, in Gaithersburg, Maryland.  As a member of the staff of the Department of Pastoral Care, Mr. Mendizabal functions as part of an interdisciplinary team consisting of nurses, social workers, aides, doctors and associated therapists that provide the support services essential for the holistic recovery process of patients.  Mr. Mendizabal is responsible for providing emotional and spiritual care to patients, patients' families, and staff.  His responsibilities also include the specialized, long-term spiritual care provided to geriatric patients and those suffering from terminal illness.  Mr. Mendizabal performs within the hospital’s Standard Code of Conduct and his good judgment reflects well on the hospital’s image.  Mr. Mendizabal has documented and current Ecclesiastical Endorsement, a clear understanding of and respect for Seventh-day Adventists beliefs, a basic understanding of and respect for other faith traditions, has completed five units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) and has parish ministry experience.  
     He is a member of the Professional Advisory Group (PAG) for Clinical Pastoral Education at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and received certification from Adventist Health Care as a Level II Qualified Bilingual Staff; Mr. Mendizabal is fluent in English and Spanish.  He is also certified in Critical Incident Stress Management.  

  







Robin Beth Baker
     Mrs. Robin B. Baker graduated from the University of South Florida in 1977 with a major in Clinical Chemistry.  That same year, she received certification from the American Society for Clinical Pathology.  Mrs. Baker began her professional career in the chemistry laboratory of North Miami General Hospital where she performed automated and manual assay procedures.  In 1978, she began her Government career when she accepted a post with the U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital, and later, in 1983, transferred to the National Institutes of Health, where she is currently on the staff of the Department of Laboratory Medicine.  Mrs. Baker is an advocate for the poor, particularly needy children.  She has participated in educational programs for migrant workers in an effort to influence the children to break the cycle of child farm labor and to redirect their lives to new horizons, particularly towards a college education and a profession.  Her goal is to continue to be a positive influence in young lives.  

  


      DUTIES as Director: [Non compensated task] The Director shall have full authority to manage the organization, particularly through legislative governance, and to act in the name of the organization insofar as the Director works in concert with other members of the Board of Directors, but particularly when the Board shall be regularly convened by its chairman after due notice to all the directors of such meeting. 

      DUTIES as Secretary: [Non compensated task] The Secretary shall keep minutes & records of the organization. The Secretary shall file any certificate required by any statute, federal or state. The Secretary shall give and serve all notices to members of this organization. The Secretary may be one of the officers required to sign checks and drafts, contracts, or other documents as the business of the organization may require. The Secretary shall present to the membership at any meetings any communication addressed to the Secretary as Secretary of the organization. The Secretary shall attend to all correspondence of the organization and shall exercise all duties incident to the office of Secretary. 

     DUTIES as Treasurer: [Non compensated task] The Treasurer shall deposit all monies belonging to the organization in a regular business or investment bank. The Treasurer shall sign checks or drafts of the organization. The Treasurer shall render at stated periods as the Board of Directors shall determine a written account of the finances of the organization and such report shall be physically affixed to the minutes of the Board of Directors of such meeting. The Treasurer shall exercise all duties incident to the office of Treasurer.


Prasad Dasari
     Mr. Prasad Dasari received his Masters in Computer Management in 2001   Mr. Dasari has 11 years of diversified technical and Functional expertise in Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) Applications11i & R12, Solution Architect with lots of experience automating Organizations end-to-end (ERP, Integration to other internal systems) to increase productivity. He has the capacity to transform business requirements and to architect those requirements into a successful working IT system using the right technology for every part of the system.  Mr. Dasari has expert Level functional knowledge of the financial, supply chain and manufacturing sectors (CRM {Sales & Service}, Supply Chain, Pricing, Order Management, Inventory Management) and of the commercial banking sector (Depository and Treasury service products).  He has a strong knowledge of order to cash (O2C) and procure to pay (P2P) business flows and Federal Financials.  His role includes helping customers adopt best practices, leverage industry trends and implement solution innovation in operations and strategic management.  Mr. Dasari has professional background in Costing and Finance and specializes in Oracle Applications, including Oracle CRM Modules.  Mr. Dasari is a highly motivated self-starter with excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills, can perform well both independently and with a team, and is always willing to work in challenging and cross-platform environments.
 
 
     DUTIES as Director: [Non compensated task]
The Director shall have full authority to manage the organization, particularly through legislative governance, and to act in the name of the organization insofar as the Director works in concert with other members of the Board of Directors, but particularly when the Board shall be regularly convened by its chairman after due notice to all the directors of such meeting.








Mabintou Timite

     Ms. Mabintou Timite  is a native of Bondoukou from the Ivory Coast.  She received her Certificate in Marketing in 1979, after which she embarked as a proprietor in the commercial world and operated her own business selling clothing.  Ms. Timite was in the business of buying and selling items of clothing that she herself had designed and professionally tailored.  She supervised all aspects of her business, from the purchase of goods, to the marketing, display, and public sale of such goods.  Ms. Timite kept careful records of her finances, before and after each day's operation, and reconciled her accounts on a regular basis.  Her business was profitable.  In the year 2000, however, the business had to be discontinued owing to political unrest and subsequent civil war that carried the country into commercial disruption and ultimate destruction of her establishment.  She witnessed the hardship that such political turmoil unleashed on children in particular.   Naturally, Ms. Timite has been moved by those who seek to alleviate the impact that homelessness is having on children.  She is thus inspired to get involved to try to help in any way she can.  Ms. Timite, as director of this charity, wants to add a positive force to better define how to assist some of these affected families. 

 

      DUTIES as Director: [Non compensated task] The Director shall have full authority to manage the organization, particularly through legislative governance, and to act in the name of the organization insofar as the Director works in concert with other members of the Board of Directors, but particularly when the Board shall be regularly convened by its chairman after due notice to all the directors of such meeting.








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DUTIES as Director: [Non compensated task] The Director shall have full authority to manage the organization, particularly through legislative governance, and to act in the name of the organization insofar as the Director works in concert with other members of the Board of Directors, but particularly when the Board shall be regularly convened by its chairman after due notice to all the directors of such meeting.
















































































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