Meet our dedicated team.
Matthew McDonald, CEO and President
Mental Health Provider
Matthew McDonald graduated from the University of California, Irvine in Behavioral Psychology in 2008 and has provided mental health support for ten years. He has worked at a VA Hospital in the Acute Psychiatric Unit, and has served the homeless population in Compton and South LA working in suicide prevention, substance abuse, crisis stabilization, and medication stabilization.
He is a Child Ambassador for World Vision since 2015 and is an avid volunteer with Compassion International. Matthew is also an avid musician and recording artist.
Supporting his mission, he is currently obtaining his Master’s in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Dr. Dan Richardson, Director of Programs
Emergency Physician | DO, FACEP
Dr. Richardson has practiced Emergency Medicine for nearly 30 years primarily in the Detroit, Michigan area. He attended Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency training through Michigan State University.
He is board certified by the American College of Emergency Physicians as well as the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians.
Dr. Richardson has special interests in trauma care and bedside ultrasound serving as an Assistant Residency Director and Director of Ultrasound at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, Michigan. He has served as an Assistant Clinical Professor with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine since 1989.
Dr. Richardson lives in Okemos, Michigan with his wife and their two children.
Kimrae McDonald, CFO and Vice President
Nurse | RN, BSN, MSN, CNOR
Kimrae McDonald has forty years experience in perioperative services, currently acting as Executive Leadership for Perioperative Services. She received her RN nursing degree from Fresno City College, BSN from University of Phoenix, and MSN from Grand Canyon Christian University. She has twenty one years of mission work experience, serving in Mexico and Haiti. She is also an avid volunteer and sponsor for World Vision and Compassion International.
Kimrae is the mother of three sons, and lives in California with her dog Lewis.
Dr. Melissa Richardson, Director of Surgery
General Surgeon | DO, MBA, FACOS
Dr. Melissa Richardson is a board certified general surgeon who has practiced in mid Michigan for over 20 years. Her primary scope of practice is focused on minimally invasive surgical techniques.
Dr. Richardson attended Manhattan College as an undergraduate and then received her medical degree at the Philadelphia college of Osteopathic Medicine. Enrolled in a dual program, she graduated from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia with an MBA degree in medical management. She completed an internship and general surgery residency through Michigan State University at Botsford Hospital near Detroit. She serves as an assistant clinical professor at MSU as well.
Her mission experience started when she was still a resident and she ran medical clinics and performed surgeries in the northern mountainous region of Mexico with her church. In the last 4 years Dr. Richardson has traveled to the northwest part of Haiti to provide surgical care to hundreds of patients over 5 trips. She plans to return at least yearly in the future.
Dr. Richardson resides in Okemos, Michigan with her husband and their two children.
Amy Huber, Director of Nursing
Nurse | RN, BSN
Amy Huber has worked as a trauma nurse in a busy Level 1 Trauma Center for over twenty five years, and teaches secondary school Physics.
She is passionate about Jesus Christ, her family, and caring for widows and orphans. She has enjoyed realizing these goals by raising six children and through her work. Through her experiences, she has learned that the Love of God is the healing power that the world needs. She is excited to have this opportunity to advocate at a higher level for the health of families, adults, and children in other countries.
Dr. Cyrus Moon, Medical Consultant
Surgeon | MD, FACS
Dr. Moon first received a Bachelors of Science in biomedical engineering and computer science at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He then pursued a career and degree in medicine at University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. He completed his surgical residency at the University of California, San Francisco, and a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery.
He practices surgery in the Central Valley since completion of his training in 2013. Dr. Moon is the founder and owner of 1C13 Medical, and surgeon with World Health Partnerships.
Rob Rasor, Development Director
Rob Rasor has worked in Marketing and Development for more than 20 years and has also served as a part-time Pastor.
He has experience fundraising, building partnerships, and helping set the vision for organizations to reinvent themselves and leave the vague and invisible space called “normal.”
He enjoys spending time with his family, serving his church, coaching soccer, and playing guitar. Rob also spends time as a Chaplain for his son’s Trail Life Troop and is President of the Northside Business Builders networking group in Carmel, Indiana.
Griselda Clark, Secretary
Griselda brings over fifteen years of human resources and healthcare management experience.
She serves in the children's ministry department at her church, and is involved with fundraising and community engagement.
She is the mother of four children. She is a passionate advocate for children with special needs and foster youth.
Chris McDonald, Treasurer
Chris McDonald has a BA in Mathematics from CSU Fresno and is currently acquiring a MA in Post-Secondary Mathematics Teaching at Ball State University. He is a math teacher in Selma, California, and leads the district's Robotics and Engineering Programs.
Chris understands the importance of teamwork; as Helen Keller stated, “alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”
He is a part of World Health Partnerships as his passion and desire to help make a positive difference has him ready to work with a team of dedicated professionals that have a clear vision and positive direction.