Global Impact of 2022

At MAP International, we believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare, no matter where they live. That’s why we’re committed to providing life-changing patient treatments to people in need around the world.

Our efforts have enabled us to provide critical medicines and health supplies to millions of people in 86 countries around the world. We’re also pleased to report that we increased our medicine delivery by $119 million from the previous year, totaling $745,372,921. Additionally, we provided $37,549,164 in disaster relief – a $24 million increase from 2021. Our mission is simple yet impactful: to provide essential medicines and health supplies to those in need so they can live life to the fullest.

In the fiscal year 2022 alone, we delivered over 16 million prenatal vitamins to 49 countries to support maternal and fetal health. We also provided over 119,000 oral rehydration salts, totaling nearly 3 million sachets, to 45 countries to help prevent dehydration. Additionally, we administered over 1.8 million deworming medications to patients in 15 countries and provided over 800,000 antibiotics to individuals in 57 countries. Through our Bringing Children Health (BCH) Program, we were able to reach over 324,000 children – an increase of over 243,000 from the previous year. By targeting our efforts where they’re needed most, we can make a real impact and improve the health and wellbeing of children around the world.

Thanks to our dedicated team and generous supporters, we’re able to make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most. Join us in our mission to create a healthier, more equitable world today.

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With an unwavering commitment to excellence, our leaders bring a wealth of expertise and experience that guides our work, empowers our employees, and ensures our mission to bring medicine to all people in need.

Steve Stirling

President and CEO

Steve Stirling, President and CEO of MAP International, brings decades of innovative leadership experience, his own inspiring journey of triumphing over adversity, and a profound faith in Jesus Christ to MAP International’s mission of reaching and empowering the world’s most vulnerable communities.

Our Senior Leadership

Jodi Allison

Chief Partnership &
Innovation Officer

Blake Silverstrom

Chief Development &
Marketing Officer

Amanda Whitmire

Senior Vice President
Finance, CFO

Timmy Boatwright

Vice President

Janice Bryant

Vice President
Marketing, Communications,
and Public Relations

Lindsey Holland

Senior Director
Human Resource &
Community Engagement

Mike Eidem

Senior Director

Paul Renaud

Pharmacist & Sr. Director

Kipp Branch

Partnership Development
& Disaster Relief

Tamba Komba

Internal Compliance

Brooke Allison


Amanda Brayman

Office of the President & Board Liaison

Our Board of Directors

Susan Roeder | Chairperson

Manager of Acquisitions and
Divestitures, Hilcorp Energy, Retired

Michael Knighton | Vice Chairperson

VP, Account Technology, Global Firms,
Thomson Reuters

Alan Ichikawa | Secretary

Organizational Effectiveness Consultant

Zoe Hicks | Treasurer

Partner, Retired
Hicks & Hicks, PC

Tim Baker

Real Estate

Dr. Tanya Bryant

Director of Pediatrics,

Paul D’Antonio

Worldwide Vice President, Trauma DePuySynthes, the Orthopedics Company of Johnson & Johnson

Austin Esogbue

Professor Emeritus,
Georgia Institute of Technology

Michael Erisman

Chief People Officer,

Welby Leaman

Senior Director,

James Leonard

Barnes & Thornburg, LLP

Dr. Ronald Moolenaar

Associate Director of Science, Division of Global Health Protection, Center for Global Health, CDC

(Serving on the Board in his personal capacity)

Dorcas Onyango

Africa Sustainability Director,
The Coca-Cola Company

Abidemi Oyebode

Pharmacy Informaticist,
Johns Hopkins Hospital

Steve Stirling

President and CEO,
MAP International

Dr. Tom Turbiak

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Department of Emergency Medicine

Susan Roeder


Susan has served on the MAP Board since 2016, and as Chair since 2022. She has a 20 year international history of volunteering in Christian humanitarian and leadership training focused philanthropic projects, and has traveled on dozens of short term mission trips to ten countries on five continents.

She spent 35 years in an accounting, IT, and management consulting career in the energy sector, overseeing more than $5B in acquisitions and divestitures transitions in the last 10 years of working.  After retiring in 2013, Susan sought to use her experience to answer God’s call to improve the lives of people in low income nations. To her own joy, Susan enjoys being the fun aunt for her nieces and nephews, and now for their children as well.

At the center of our

mission is you!

The medicine crisis is massive. But together, we can solve it. Your generosity will transform countless lives.