We are starting a new year with the faith and the commitment to ensure the WSCF-NA continues to be a community of students and young adults committed to embodying the radical and prophetic voice for peace, social, economic, gender and ecological justice.
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So far we are off to a flying start as we celebrated our Board Meeting January 5th through to the 6th in Ottawa, Canada. In addition to discussing plans and ideas for the year, the time was spent sharing in fellowship and growing a deeper connection throughout the board.
Regional Executive for North America
Global Program Director for Advocacy and Solidarity
Yenny Delgado is serving as the new Regional Executive and Program Director for Advocacy and Solidarity for WSCF-NA.
WSCF North America Welcomes new Regional Executive and Program Director for Advocacy and Solidarity
The WSCF-NA Regional Committee is delighted to announce that Yenny Delgado has accepted the position of WSCF-NA Executive and Program Director for Advocacy and Solidarity. Yenny joined the WSCF North American Region on January 4. In her new role, she will continue the work of Luciano Kovacs, who served in this position for the last 10 years.
Yenny is a psychologist, theologian, activist, writer, and educator. She first became engaged with advocacy work through the student Christian organization in Peru (AGEUP) where she participated as a student, leader and later as a staff member.
Yenny earned her Masters in International Development, a Public and Nonprofit Management Certificate, and has more than a decade of experience working with young movements, local organizations, and churches. She has co-founded Umbrella Initiatives Foundation, a non-profit has been focused on social justice issues, equal opportunity, and access to education in Latin America and the United States.
Yenny hopes to see WSCF recognized with a growing number of churches, universities, and nonprofits throughout North America, as well as see more leadership and global perspective development for young leaders.
“I would like to thank the Search Committee for their hard work and dedication selecting our new Regional Executive. Yenny comes to us with years of experience and will help the North American Region and the WSCF implement our strategic short-term and long-term goals. On the behalf of the North American Regional Council I look forward to working with Yenny throughout her tenure and welcome her to the WSCF Family.”
Logan Boese NARC U.S. Co-Chair & Chair of the Search Committee
It’s here! This past year WSCF-NA continued to be involved in life-changing work around the world and social change across decades, borders and generations.
Thank you to our supporters, volunteers, donors, senior friends, and all who have been involved in making our work possible.
Read our full Annual Report 2016 here.