#MEAction Welcomes Michelle Pinedo to our Board of Directors

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#MEAction is pleased to welcome Michelle Pinedo to our Board of Directors. Michelle brings over 20 years of senior level experience in leading non-profit organizations to higher degrees of efficiency and impact.

Michelle has seen the devastation of this illness up-close and considers herself a strong ally in our fight for recognition of myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME).

Michelle Pinedo is VP of Finance & Operations with Episcopal Relief & Development, a global relief organization that works with Anglican and ecumenical partners around the world to find solutions to hunger, poverty, disaster and disease in collaboration with local communities. In this capacity, she is responsible for ensuring that all of the support functions – Finance, IT, and Human Resources are performing at peak level.

Before joining Episcopal Relief & Development, Michelle worked as Director of Finance with Amref Health Africa, a Nairobi based organization that provides health services and health worker training to over 30 African countries.

Prior to her work with Amref, Michelle held the most senior finance position with the Museum for African Art in New York. As Controller, Michelle managed the operational and capital finances for the museum and traveled to over 15 African countries.

A graduate of the City University of New York, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business.

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