WPPStLouis.jpgOur offices in St. Louis, MO, and Richmond, VA, partner to fulfill World Pediatric Project’s mission to heal critically ill children and build healthcare capacity in the world.

The St. Louis Office has coordinated the treatment of over 50 children traveling to the United States for critical care between June 2015 and June 2016.

Our St. Louis Office is located at:

755 S New Ballas Rd, Suite 140  St. Louis, MO  63141

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Phone: 314-317-8809  Fax: 314-317-9009



Cindy Frank, Executive Director
[email protected]

Kate Corbett, Senior Program Director
[email protected]

Natalia Rosales, U.S. Referrals Program Director
[email protected]

Robyn Pilliod, Vice President of Development
[email protected]

Melissa Hollabaugh, Director of Annual Campaign
[email protected]

Beth Huggins, Patient Care Coordinator
[email protected]

Amy Dunn, Development and Communications Specialist
[email protected]

Anne Koncki, Volunteer Program Coordinator
[email protected]

Megan Donnelley, International Teams Program Assistant
[email protected]

Denise Gibson, Development Associate
[email protected]

Medical Partners

  • Family Care Health Center
  • Mercy Children’s Hospital
  • Shriners Hospitals for Children–St. Louis
  • SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital
  • St. Louis Children’s Hospital

Program Partners

  • Airline Ambassadors Escort Program
  • American Airlines Miles For Kids Program
  • HavenHouse
  • Little Bit of Haven
  • Miracle Flights
  • Ronald McDonald House of Metro St. Louis



There are many enriching volunteer and internship opportunities available with World Pediatric Project. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact volunteer coordinator Anne Koncki at [email protected] or call the office at (314) 317-8809. 

St. Louis Volunteer Opportunities and Application Packet

Volunteer Orientation – St. Louis Office:

Volunteer Orientation is held monthly at West County Ronald McDonald House located at 300 Ronald McDonald House Lane, St. Louis, MO 63141 — Please contact Anne Koncki at for more information about upcoming Volunteer Orientation and to RSVP.

Calling all undergraduate and graduate students! Are you interested in interning with World Pediatric Project?

Nonprofit Development InternshipSocial Work InternshipSocial Work Practicum

Nonprofit Development Internship

Nonprofit Development Internship: This internship allows a student of any major with a strong interest in non-profit fundraising and events the opportunity to join the WPP Development Team that is responsible for raising funds and awareness to further the WPP mission. The internship is designed to expose the intern to nonprofit fundraising, special events, third party events, donor database, appeals, mailings, community outreach and more. This internship can be tailored depending on student’s area of interest, skills, timing of the year and needs of the team. Fall, spring and summer internships are available. Interns will receive a stipend upon completion of their internship. For more information and to apply, email resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Now hiring for Fall 2017/Spring 2018!


St. Louis Board of Directors

Mike Garner
President, Courion Doors
Rusty Keeley
President and CEO, Keeley Companies

Matt Carswell
President and CEO, Flanagan-White Express, LLC
A.J. Chivetta
Partner, Selequity and Armstrong Teasdale, LLP
Colleen Claassen, MD
Neonatologist and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Saint Louis University
Bob Corbett
Owner, Express Protect
Jorge del Cid
Director of International Aftermarket Sales, BW Container Systems
Damon Harbison
COO, SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital
Mike Hodge
General Counsel, Special School District of St. Louis County, MO 
Julie Keeley

Community Volunteer
Kim Koenig
Community Volunteer
Eric Messmer
Senior Vice President/Commercial Banking Officer, Carrollton Bank
Todd Purdy
Principal, Edward Jones
Jan Torrisi-Mokwa
Principal and Founder, Congruence, Inc.
Lee Wielansky
CEO and Chairman, Midland Development Group and Opportunistic Equities
Linda Wulf
Director, Corporate and Industry Relations Center
Andrew Youkilis, MD
Neurosurgeon, St. Luke’s Hospital

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