LINDA TREVATHAN, Board President/CEO
Saint Louis, Mo.
FNP-BC, Family Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified
CATHY PIERCE, Vice President
RN. BS, Baylor Health
Manager, Office of Patient Centeredness
Mary Kay, Inc., Vice President of Finance,
Operations and IST – Americas Region
DR. CLIFF FULLERTON, Treasurer
M.D., M.Sc. -Board Certified Family Practice
PREDISAN USA, INC KEY STAFF
Linda Trevathan, Chief Executive Officer
Karen Rhodes, USA Development Coordinator
MISSION PREDISAN KEY STAFF
Amanda Madrid, M.D., Dr.PH
Medical Director and Executive Director
A native of Honduras, Amanda came to Predisan in 1987, one year after the ministry began. She is the mission’s founding medical director and the founder of CEREPA addiction treatment center. She holds an M.D. degree from the National University of Honduras, and a master’s in International Public Health and a doctorate in International Public Health from Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, Calif. She received advanced training in addiction treatment in Costa Rica. Amanda has three grown children – Bartola, Fide and Marcos – and several grandchildren.
Doris Clark, Founding Missionary
Doris Clark, Predisan’s founder, began working in missions in 1978 when her family moved to Guatemala to establish a medical mission. They served three years before their team left due to intensified guerilla warfare. In 1986, Doris, her husband, the late Dr. Robert Clark, and her two teenaged children moved to Catacamas to teach basic medical practices in the name of Jesus. Doris has served at Predisan in many roles, including as executive director. In 2007, she retired and returned to the United States to become care minister for the Northlake church, Atlanta. Doris is a graduate of Harding University with degrees in art and English and heads the Predisan General Assembly, a body required by Honduran law, which is charged with ensuring that Predisan stays true to its mission. Her two children, Kendra and Robert, are physicians as are their spouses. Doris has five grandsons and one granddaughter.
Predisan is a non profit 501(c)(3) corporation registered in the United States as Predisan-USA, Inc., and a non-profit corporation registered in Honduras as Asociación Hondureña Predicar y Sanar (Mission Predisan).