Meet Our Team

Jenny Andrews

Executive Director

A long-time Rotarian and past President of the Bellevue Breakfast RC, Jenny combines extensive non-profit development leadership with private sector entrepreneurial experience.

Prior to joining Malaria Partners International, Jenny served with several NGOs including Director of Global Engagement & Philanthropic Partnerships at PATH; Director of Community Partnerships with Overlake Hospital; and for eleven years led a website hosting software firm for healthcare organizations before successfully selling the firm in 2007.  Jenny holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with an undergraduate degree in Biological Science Education. 

Ariel Delaney

Deputy Director

Ariel has over 10 years’ experience in international development and global health. She has led and managed programs at organization’s including Grounds for Health, Planned Parenthood, and Adeso. Ariel initiated the Ethiopia and managed the Nicaragua Country Programs for Grounds for Health, has rolled out livelihood and emergency response programs in Somalia, and worked as community health volunteer with the US Peace Corps in Morocco. She has a Masters in International Development from Brandeis University, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Arts from Castleton University, and is certified in the Sphere Standards Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response.

Endogenous development in Somalia: Bridging the gap between traditional and Western implementation methodologies
Publication: Taylor & Francis

Maddie Sjolund

Digital Marketing and CRM Coordinator 

Maddie is a Digital Marketing and CRM Coordinator at Malaria Partners International, supporting marketing and communications efforts through various channels. In addition to this role, she works at a design group as a Marketing Content Specialist. She specializes in marketing, strategic communication and social media management. 

Christina Leonidas

Creative and Events Coordinator

Christina is the Creative and Events Coordinator for Malaria Partners International, supporting the organization’s visual communication, strategy, and live events. She holds a Bachelor’s in Literature from American University as well as a Bachelor’s in Design from Seattle University.

Carly Yamamoto

Small Grants Coordinator

Carly is the Small Grants Coordinator for Malaria Partners International, she oversees application review, documentation, and distribution of funds for sponsored projects. Carly is an alumnus of the University of Washington and has continued her career there as a Budget Fiscal Analyst. She has over 15 years’ experience working with non-profit and community organizations. 

Malaria Partners International

MISSION: To ignite an international Rotarian Campaign for the Global Eradication
of Malaria.

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