Lui Damiani – Executive Director
Lui Damiani is a proven leader whose background in business and public service spans more than 25 years. He has served the Central Florida community as a County Commissioner, corporate executive, small business owner, governmental manager, television host, and homeowner’s association president. His experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors has given him a well-rounded approach to problem-solving and doing what’s right for the community.
Upon graduating from the Ohio State University in 1987, Lui moved to Orlando to put down roots and begin his professional career building a solid resume in business and public service. While working full-time, Lui attended UCF and earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration in 1994. He served as Chief Aide to former District 3 Commissioner Mary I. Johnson for eight years and was recognized with the county’s highest service honor, The Chairman’s Award. It was during that time that Lui was instrumental in helping to establish the Victim Service Center. Subsequently, Lui spent five years in the private sector as Corporate Marketing Director and Vice President of one of Florida’s largest woman-owned businesses and he has operated his own small real estate business for more than 12 years. In 2010, Lui became an Orange County Commissioner where he championed a local ordinance to help service-disabled veterans, helped to pass a human rights law, worked to reduce government spending, pushed for lowered government fees, and allocated critical funding to economic development initiatives intended to assist small businesses and create jobs.
Throughout his career, Lui has served his various roles with character, honesty, and passion earning him a solid reputation of integrity among his peers. Today, as Executive Director of the Victim Service Center, Lui is honored to continue his service to the Central Florida community building collaborative relationships with business and governmental partners, and leading an extraordinary team of crisis intervention experts dedicated to helping those impacted by sexual assault, violent crime or traumatic circumstances.
JoEllen – Program Director
Since 2013, JoEllen has served as Program Director overseeing all of VSC’s client services including Advocacy, Therapy, and Forensic Nursing departments. JoEllen has been a pivotal part of VSC’s success and has directly contributed to an expansion in trauma care approaches, a focus on underserved/at-risk populations, and geographical access improvements for victims. JoEllen serves on VSC’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee & VSC’s Accessibility Committee.
JoEllen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Qualified Supervisor under the Florida Dept of Health. She earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University and has over 20 years of social work clinical and administrative experience. JoEllen is a system coordinator and serves on various county/regional committees, boards, and taskforce. She leads & coordinates the Orange County Sexual Assault Response Team, Osceola County Sexual Assault Response Team, and Seminole County Sexual Assault Response Team. JoEllen has been trained as Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Family Systems Theory, and Trauma-Focused CBT. JoEllen is dedicated to ensuring the quality of care and serves as a Peer Reviewer for federal grants and national accreditation.
Sheri – Grants Manager
Sheri Baeza comes to VSC from Daytona State College. She has a 10-year career in higher education programs and grants management both at the university and community college level, as well as experience as a non-profit management consultant and professional grant writer in Texas and Florida. She holds a BA in Communications and a Master’s in Public Administration and Leadership from The University of Texas of the Permian Basin and a Graduate Certification in Nonprofit Management from Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Sheri is passionate about helping others and finding innovative ways to fill the needs of the community. Sheri is a native Texan, having lived there for over 46 years. She moved to Florida in 2020 to be closer to her family. She enjoys volunteering her time with organizations such as Meals on Wheels and is a member of the Junior League. She has also sat on the board of directors for many community organizations in Texas and looks forward to doing the same here in Florida. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and exploring her new home state.
Jessica – LGBTQ+ Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Jessica, a native of central Florida, is a Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor at Victim Service Center. Jessica has a passion to cultivate a therapeutic space for individuals in her direct community to process and begin their healing journey from traumatic experiences. Jessica implements a vast majority of therapy methods to assist clients and families through their healing process. Some include but are not limited to Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Brief (SFBT). Jessica’s professional and educational experience incorporates challenging positions and supportive roles, including outpatient addiction treatment and nonprofit services focusing on adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Jessica earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and Psychology from Jacksonville University in, the spring of 2012. Following her Bachelor’s degree in 2012, Jessica enrolled in her Master’s program at Troy University with a degree in clinical mental health. Through her educational and professional background, Jessica can transition these experiences into her therapy to assist clients with navigating through their healing process, facilitate change by breaking barriers, and be a catalyst to assist clients with self-advocacy. Jessica believes and advocates that everyone is a unique individual with a purpose, worthy of respect, and deserves to be treated as such. In her free time, Jessica enjoys running road races and spending time with her family.
Alliyah – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Alliyah obtained her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the University of Central Florida. Alliyah is currently a Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern and working towards becoming a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Alliyah has experience working as a Mental Health Therapist working with LGBTQIA+ youth. Alliyah is most passionate about supporting people to feel empowered to reclaim their identities and peace after experiencing trauma.
Shaye – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Shaye recently graduated from the University of Arkansas with her Master’s in Social Work. She has always had a passion for working with clients of domestic and intimate partner violence. Shaye focuses on a strength-based perspective and learned how to incorporate her studies into her work with clients by using the ecological system perspective, social change theory, life course theory, and symbolic interactionism. She enjoys walking her dog, Sunnie, going to the gym, and reading. Fun fact about Shaye, she doesn’t know how to ride a bike!
Jaimie – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Jaimie received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Central Florida and has ten years of experience counseling children, teens, and adults with a clinical specialization in sexual assault, trauma, and abuse recovery. She is also involved in international nonprofit work as well as international adoption, serving on the board of directors at Priority One Worldwide, Inc. and Children’s House International as an adoption social worker. Jaimie’s interactions with diverse and courageous people in crisis compelled her to pursue a career in counseling and advocacy. Working with sexual assault survivors is and has been one of her greatest professional privileges and callings, and she is honored to be able to provide services to the individuals who call on the VSC for support.
Jaimie is committed to building a unique collaborative alliance with each client through reflective listening, empathy, respect, and humility. She has been trained in EMDR, exposure therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Jaimie believes in her client’s ability to heal and grow after experiencing all types of adversity; it is the privilege of her life to listen to their stories and provide support as they do so. She strives to empower and encourage both adults and children in their pursuit of mental health, healthy relationships, resilience, and purpose.
Deja – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Deja obtained a Bachelor of Psychology from the University of Central Florida. Deja is currently obtaining a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University and is set to graduate in December 2023. Before becoming the Overnight Victim Advocate, Deja was a Case Coordinator for the Orlando Health Child Protection Team and conducted forensic interviews. Deja has a passion for advocating for those who have endured various traumas. In her free time, Deja enjoys traveling.
Hayley – Advocacy Intern
Hayley Robinson is a 2023 intern and currently in the BSW program at the University of Central Florida. She has decided to pursue a master’s degree in social work upon graduation with hopes to practice clinical social work in the future. Hayley is passionate about raising mental health awareness and supporting/empowering those who need help healing from trauma. In her free time, Hayley enjoys music, painting, sculpture, kayaking and nature walks.
Sharon – Therapist
Sharon is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida. She earned her Master of Art in Counseling at Rollins College and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Believing that people are hard-wired to be in relationships, Sharon meets clients where they are and strives to create a therapeutic alliance in a safe, judgment-free space. Counseling sessions are collaborative with a focus on identifying and nurturing clients’ strengths. Her therapeutic approach includes CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), solution-focused therapy, family systems therapy, play therapy, mindfulness, and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). “It is my honor to come alongside individuals, couples, and families to listen and process the fear and pain that is getting in their way of living a joyful life.”
Orialis – Therapist
Orialis is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern in the state of Florida. She earned her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Florida. Orialis’ therapeutic approach includes CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT-informed (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), self-compassion, and mindfulness. She strives to create an authentic and collaborative space with her clients for self-reflection, accountability, and growth. Orialis believes we are all deserving of self-forgiveness and self-compassion. She is bilingual and speaks both English and Spanish.
Holly – Therapist
Holly Smith is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and has been working with trauma survivors for 15 years. In therapy, she focuses on engaging the client with the resources they were born with and unlearning all the things that get in the way of accessing that knowledge. She utilizes energy psychology principles in her approach to healing and is trained in EMDR. She brings a variety of styles and techniques into her work with clients including EFT tapping, Mindfulness, and Internal Family Systems theory, and loves facilitating groups. In her spare time, she enjoys the great natural experiment of gardening, reading up on self-improvement, and spending time with her family.”
Estifani – LGBTQ+ Therapist
Estifani is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida. Estifani holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College, where she also earned a Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. She deeply believes in the human capacity to heal, the possibility of designing and living a meaningful life, and the power of relationships and connection in helping us achieve our goals. Estifani uses a collaborative, trauma-informed, and strengths-based approach with each client to work towards their goals. Recognizing the importance of intersectionality and different life experiences, she strives to tailor treatment to each individual’s needs and goals.
Estifani is passionate about helping others heal from trauma and is currently trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Prolonged Exposure (PE). Past clinical experiences include working with individuals living with HIV/AIDS, survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, college students, and the LGBTQ+ community.
Denise – Sexual Trauma Therapist
Denise earned her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Carlos Albizu University, Florida. She is currently a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) Intern in Florida and working towards becoming a Licensed MFT. Denise has more than 20 years of experience in the mental health field and supportive roles, including detox/residential/outpatient addiction treatment and shelters. She has implemented a vast majority of clinical approaches to assist clients through their healing process. Denise’s therapeutic approach includes Person-Centered, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), Self-Compassion, Supportive Reflection, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive techniques. Denise is passionate about helping, empowering, and defending victims of abuse. She aims to provide a supportive, authentic warmth, free from judgment and biases, holding space for her client’s healing process. She is bilingual and speaks both English and Spanish.
Mary – Therapy Intern
Mary acquired her B. An in psychology from Rollins College in 2020. She has continued her education at Rollins, pursuing an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a certificate in Family and Relationship Therapy. Mary has sought additional training by completing an 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, obtaining a Gottman Level I training Certificate, and pursuing training as a Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). Her clinical interests include working with individuals, families, and couples, especially concerning anxiety, depression, childhood trauma, chronic and acute trauma, and relationship dynamics. She believes that every individual holds a capacity for resilience and that those personal strengths are already within. Her integrative orientation consists of mindfulness-based, compassion-focused, multicultural, and trauma-informed theories. Mary strives to create a compassionate, non-judgmental space that honors diverse and intersecting identities and allows for a collaborative alliance. As a Latinx woman, she must be able to integrate her personal experiences and passion for advocacy into her professional work. She serves our local counseling associations as a Student Liaison for the Mental Health Counselors of Central Florida (MHCCF) and Marketing Coordinator for the Central Florida Association for Family and Marriage Therapy (CFAMFT). In her free time, she likes going to the beach, trying new restaurants, reading, and exploring community events with her partner and daughter.
Medical & Forensics
Nancy – Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
Nancy Moskyok is the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Coordinator for the Victim Service Center of Orlando covering Orange and Osceola counties. She has over ten years of experience providing sexual assault exams to clients in Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties when activated by the Sexual Assault Response Team protocol. Nancy has a total of twenty-seven years as a registered nurse. Nancy is passionate about her work, she is committed to providing quality care to clients while collecting evidence so justice can prevail. She has studied sexual assault evidence collection as a specialty, sat for the boards, and was granted certification by the International Association of Forensic Nurses and has maintained this certification for the last nine years. Nancy is married and has two grown children and four grandchildren. Nancy is originally from Pittsburgh and is a die-hard Steeler fan.
Libba – Volunteer & Community Engagement Coordinator
Libba is VSC’s Volunteer & Community Engagement Coordinator and earned her Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. Having worked with communities in different capacities throughout her life, she believes one of the best ways we can support, engage with, and find community is through volunteering. Libba is passionate about systems of support that emphasize empowerment and trauma-informed care, and actively working towards a future without violence. In her off-time, she enjoys rock climbing, nature walks, and crossword puzzles to pass the time.
Hannah – Community Education & Training Coordinator
Hannah Jenarine graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration in 2021. For the past 7 years, she has worked in community development serving as a board member for YELD, a nonprofit organization, and a keynote speaker and mentor for high school students. In devoting her time to serving her community, Hannah has written and published a Goal Setting 101 Course, written three workbooks centered around personal development, and created a YouTube Channel to promote the importance of self-care and self-awareness. Hannah is dedicated to serving people in need and her mission is to inspire others to maximize their potential.
Rhonda – Lead Advocate
Rhonda has been part of the VSC team since 2009. She has three graduate degrees, a Master’s in Human Services, an MBA, and a Master’s in Administration of Justice and Security. Rhonda has over 30 years of experience in criminal/military justice. She served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years. After retiring from the Navy, Rhonda worked as the Director of a Residential Re-entry Center for inmates transitioning from federal prisons. Rhonda’s goal is to engage the entire community in activities that prevent sexual assault and crime.
Robert – Accounting & Operations Director
Robert comes to us from Maine and has almost 20 years’ of experience as an accountant, business manager, and assistant controller. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts-Lowelland and has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector. He is very enthusiastic about helping others and is a great asset to the VSC team.
Brandi – Lead Therapist
Brandi is the Lead Therapist at the Victim Service Center of Central Florida. Brandi holds a Master’s Degree with Honors in Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College, where she earned the Outstanding Graduate Student in Counseling award. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Florida and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Brandi incorporates systemic awareness in her work and carefully considers clients’ lived experiences as part of their healing journey. She believes in the re-empowerment process for all survivors by facilitating an empathic and authentic therapeutic alliance. She supports every person’s right to peace and freedom in their lives.
Laura has been our Office Manager for the Victim Service Center since 2002 and has over 20 years of professional experience in office administration. She is responsible for day-to-day office management and sexual assault program support which includes working with the advocacy, therapy, and SANE staff in Orange County and Osceola County. She manages, coordinates, and provides the front office and the Agency support functions to ensure effective and efficient operations to support the mission of the Victim Service Center of Central Florida.
Jocelyn– Senior Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Jocelyn received her Master’s in Human Services from Albertus Magnus College and her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from the University of New Haven where she also minored in Psychology. Jocelyn has more than 5 years of experience working with non-profit organizations focused on aiding the youth of Greater New Haven in Connecticut. Jocelyn has a passion for helping, empowering, and defending victims of crime. Jocelyn aspires to become a Licensed Professional Counselor in the future.
Steven – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Steven is a Crisis Counselor and Victim Advocate at the Victim Service Center of Central Florida. Diversity, inclusivity, social justice, compassion, and respect are values he lives by and what you can expect when joining him for crisis counseling. He obtained a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Central Florida and continues to build upon his education and skills. He hopes that together they can rebuild and repair the traumas in their lives.
Nicola – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Nicola graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She is currently a graduate student in the Master of Social Work Program at the University of Central Florida. In her first year at UCF, Nicola interned at Children’s Advocacy Center Osceola, working with families of children who had experienced abuse. After graduating, she plans on working to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and intends to continue working with individuals who have experienced trauma. In her free time, Nicola likes to read, cook, and play the piano.
Rachel – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Rachel graduated from Florida State University with her Bachelor of Social Work and University of Central Florida with her Master of Social Work. Rachel completed her graduate internship at Victim Service Center as a crisis counselor and victim advocate intern and is now a member of the advocacy team. Prior to her time at VSC, Rachel interned at Brehon House in Tallahassee, FL as a case management intern for women who were homeless and pregnant. Rachel is passionate about assisting individuals along their healing journeys after experiencing trauma. In her free time, Rachel likes to relax at the beach with a good book.
Roxane – LGBTQ+ Victim Advocate
Roxane earned her Bachelor’s in Clinical Psychology from the University of Central Florida in 2021. She is currently in the Master of Social Work program at UCF and is set to graduate in the Summer of 2024. Before becoming the LGBTQ+ Advocate, she was a volunteer for two years with the VSC. She is passionate about believing and supporting survivors. In her time off work, she enjoys reading, painting, and running.
Karla – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Karla received her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from the University of ITESUS Instituto Tecnologico Superior de Sinaloa, Mazatlan, Mexico in 2011. Karla also obtained her CCEI Certification in 2014 in Early Childhood and Prenatal and continues to build upon her education and skills. Karla has 11 years of experience focusing on families, children, and the community, working with low-income populations and non-profit organizations. Karla is bilingual in English and Spanish. She is excited to serve this community!
Jessica – Victim Advocate/Crisis Counselor
Jessica gained her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. Currently, she is pursuing her masters in Clinical Social Work at Ana G. Mendez University. During her university coursework, she has interned and worked with Help Now of Osceola as a Domestic Violence Advocate. Upon graduating in December 2022, Jessica plans to specialize in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) with the purpose to provide healing to individuals who have suffered from traumatic experiences. In the following years after her graduation, she plans to start her studies in the field of Neuroscience as a doctorate student to expand her knowledge of trauma and the brain.
Sophia – Advocacy Intern
Sophia Wolf is a 2022-2023 intern and current graduate student at the University of Central Florida completing the clinical Master of Social Work program. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is pursuing a career as a licensed clinical social worker and seeks to support clients through all of life’s challenges through empowerment, accessing personal and community resources, and supporting the strength and resiliency within each person.
Lainey – Advocacy Intern
Lainey Dorris is a 2022-2023 clinical intern and is currently in the MSW program at UCF. In her first year of the program, she interned as a case management intern at the Seminole County Public Defender’s office and is looking forward to understanding another side of the legal system at VSC. She has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. She decided to pursue a career in social work because she is energized by helping others solve problems, working collaboratively in her community, and being a positive presence. She is excited to serve this community!
Vladimir – Therapist (Bilingual)
Vladimir brings over 15 years of professional experience in the fields of social services, non-profits, government agencies, and clinical residential treatment facilities. As a bi-cultural clinician of Latino descent and a veteran of the Navy, Vladimir learned to develop a participative therapeutic style with strong analytical skills that are complemented by an innate ability to connect with others via compassion and empathy. Vladimir obtained a B.A. in Psychology from the City University of New York with an emphasis in Bio-Psychology and a minor in Sociology. Vladimir pursued to further his knowledge of psychology by obtaining a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology (MSCP) with a dual licensing specialization degree in Marriage Family Therapy (MFT) and Professional Clinical Counseling (PCC) from Notre Dame de Namur University in California. Vladimir developed a passion for working with clients suffering from multiple diagnoses such as complex trauma (PTSD), depressive and anxiety disorders, and substance abuse disorders, as well as victims of domestic violence, couples, and families seeking to improve and develop relationship dynamics. Vladimir has a certification as a Domestic Violence Counselor in the state of California and has specialized trauma training in EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Vladimir is currently a Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern and is actively pursuing licensure in the state of Florida.
Natalee – Therapist
Natalee is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with the state of Florida. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary. She is trained in brainspotting (BSP), Sand Tray Play Therapy, and Florida State Adoption Competency, and is also couples’ Certified Prepare and Enrich Facilitator. She incorporates her previously accomplished multi-faceted professional certifications to offer distinct approaches to meet her client’s needs. She brings a diverse professional background and compassionate approach to assist individuals with trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, anger management, and emotional disturbances. She has a dynamic and optimistic attitude with a genuine heart and passion for all people. She has a unique and authentic therapeutic counseling approach integrating Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, Narrative, and Strength-Based therapies. Natalee specializes in Healing and Informed Care for individuals, couples, and families to assist with empowered transformation.
Tamara – Therapist
Tamara Nelson received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Florida (UCF). She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with the state of Florida, a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) with the Yoga Alliance, and trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Tamara has experience working in residential, outpatient, telemental health, and university/college settings.
Tamara’s areas of clinical focus include trauma and abuse recovery, religious/spiritual concerns, racial trauma, depressive and anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, and multicultural concerns. Tamara operates from the belief that all people have the capacity for healing and personal growth. She works in collaboration with clients to help them gain insight into their concerns and to achieve their identified goals. Her therapeutic approach includes person-centered, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral. Tamara is passionate about the mental health profession and raising mental health awareness in underserved communities.
Michelle – Therapist
Michelle holds a Master of Arts Degree from Rollins College in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Certificate in Family and Relationship Therapy. Michelle is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern and Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern with the state of Florida, passionate about serving the community in ways that promote individual healing and growth, foster fulfilling interpersonal relationships, and increase social equality. Michelle’s focus is on the liberation found in healing from trauma. Her therapeutic approach is founded on the theory that early human interactions shape a person’s worldview and view of self and that core beliefs formed in childhood shape present-day experiences. Because social relationships are key to how narratives are developed, multicultural and feminist theories are also integral aspects of her approach. Michelle utilizes Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, parts work (inspired by Internal Family Systems), and a systemic perspective to help clients heal, reclaim their power, and live life to the fullest. She also volunteers as a support group facilitator at the Healing Together conference for dissociative disorders. On a personal note, Michelle enjoys reading, being in nature, and adventuring with family and friends.
Dr. Lucinda Kjerulff, MD is a board-certified OB/GYN and a Fellow of The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She is a graduate of the UF College of Medicine and UF Jacksonville OBGYN Residency Program. Dr. KJ is known for her compassionate care of women, community involvement, and leadership in national organizations. She currently practices as an OB/GYN Hospitalist at AdventHealth Celebration where she specializes in the care of hospitalized women, manages obstetrical emergencies, and cares for the medically indigent population. She is passionate about patient education & safety, decreasing maternal mortality, and the equitable care of all patients.
Maqsud Ahmed, MD is a Geriatric Medicine Specialist in Saint Cloud, FL, and has over 42 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Mymensingh medical school in 1978. He is affiliated with medical facilities such as Adventhealth Orlando, Osceola Regional Medical Center, and Orlando Health St. Cloud Hospital. Dr. Ahmed completed their Residency at Ohio Valley Medical Center.
Kaylyn– Marketing, Outreach & Communications Coordinator
Kaylyn is VSC’s Marketing, Outreach & Communications Coordinator and she has been in the nonprofit sector for 7 years. Previously, Kaylyn worked for Keep Brevard Beautiful for 5 years as their Programs Coordinator. Following that, she was a Grant Writer at Heritage Services Corporation, and then she decided to move to the Orlando area in search of greater career opportunities. Kaylyn is a UCF Alumni, she graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Nonprofit Management in December of 2021. Following graduation, she decided to take on the harrowing journey of completing her Master’s Degree; she is currently headed into the second semester. Outside of work and school responsibilities, Kaylyn is an avid reader, a writer, and a hiker accompanied by her pit bull, Bear.