Yolanda Pinzon Uribe, MIHA

Program Manager

Yolanda is a proud Colombian who grew up in an activist driven family which shaped her life and career goals. She was a missionary for a five years and dedicated over 20 years of her career to “working in humanitarian aid and social development programs” in Guatemala, Colombia and Cameroon. She studied journalism and earned her master’s degree in Humanitarian Aid and International Cooperation. Throughout her career, she’s dealt with issues such as human rights, ethnic-territorial rights, protection of biodiversity and more.

“I am very proud to be a part of Vecinos, a socially sensitive organization committed to the wellness of Latino communities in our region . . . we are facilitating access to the COVID-19 vaccine with information, education, assistance and registration actions. We are saving lives, and that is amazing!”

FUN FACT: Yolanda loves art and loves to paint!