Nick is a co-founder of the HOLA Foundation and current Chairman of the Board of Directors. He has served previously as Director of Operations for the Foundation. He is currently a Chief Resident in Anesthesiology at the University of Colorado. He holds a Doctor of Medicine and Masters of Public Health degree from Harvard University and Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry from the University of Colorado. He currently resides in Colorado.
Anthony Rossi is one of the original co-founders of the HOLA Foundation and served as its first Chairman. He earned his BA in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and his MBA and MS in Health Administration from the University of Colorado Denver. Anthony is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and has served in various healthcare leadership roles from health plans to hospitals. Anthony has over 15 years of nonprofit executive and board director experience, has founded three 501c3 organizations, and is an active member of the charitable community in the Baltimore-Washington metro area. He has served as the Corporate Director, Integration and Business Transformation for LifeBridge Health system in Baltimore, MD and is currently launching his own business.
Laura has been involved with the HOLA foundation since the organization was founded. She graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor’s Degree in molecular, cellular, developmental biology. Subsequently she graduated with a Master’s in Public Health Degree at the University of Arizona, and worked with the Border Infectious Disease Surveillance Program, Arizona Department of Health Services, CDC partners, and Mexican State Health representatives to monitor infectious disease in the U.S.- Mexico border region. She currently works as a physician assistant in a busy emergency department in Michigan
Nic Garcia, one of the original board members the HOLA Foundation and currently runs his own family medicine practice in Venice, Florida. Prior to opening his own practice Nic served as a Captain in the United States Air Force as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in Okinawa, Japan, where, as a member of special operations, he put his skydiving, climbing and outdoor skills to good use. He first started his volunteer work in 2005 as a member of The HOLA Foundation, and has journeyed to Nicaragua eight times since. After graduating from the University of Colorado, Boulder, he remained in his home state of Colorado for medical school and attended Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in its inaugural class of 2012. He continues to do his best to acquire and share his medical knowledge and experiences with The HOLA Foundation and NNN.
Mathew Jesse Fioravanti
Matthew Jesse Fioravanti has worked in Nicaraguan humanitarian efforts for over 8 years with the NNN and the HOLA foundation. Working as a volunteer program director in Nicaragua, Jesse observed first-hand many issues resulting from poor or nonexistent communication between development organizations and between development organizations and local government. As a result, Jesse founded the NNN project in late 2012 as an effort to increase communication and networking between organizations working on the ground in Nicaragua. Jesse graduated as an MD student in the 2019 class at the University of Colorado in Denver, CO.
Jose is Chilean Physician who has been working for the last ten years trying to improve Chilean healthcare. From NGO’s to the Ministry of Health, Jose has been in charge of several national healthcare programs with the Chile Crece Contigo (Chile Grows With You) foundation one of the most notable among them. Jose has a Masters in Healthcare Administration and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard.