The Children's Well-Being Foundation has a well-rounded group of volunteers and individuals that make up its Board of Directors and the Staff (both in the U.S. & Central America).
If you are interested in serving on the board, or know somebody who would be a good fit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always looking for qualified professionals to help us fulfill our mission.
Dr. Hendren's innovative developments revolutionized the practice of pediatric surgery. In 1969 he became the first surgeon in Boston to successfully separate conjoined, or Siamese, twins. Dr. Hendren is the Distinguished Robert E. Gross Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, in Boston, Mass.; emeritus chief of surgery at Children’s Hospital Boston; and an honorary surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Dr. Hendren has mentored many surgeons in pediatric surgery and pediatric urology from both MGH and Children’s Hospital, most of who are serving in academic positions today. He has performed surgery in more than 36 cities in 26 countries, including Syria, Pakistan, China, Russia and other remote locations on 6 of the 7 continents. He has found it very educational to do this and urges colleagues to do this form of “giving back.”
Foundation Staff for Costa Rica: