Formation Coordinator/Volunteer Coordinator
An Argentine native, Ariel Alexander is naturally gifted in cross-cultural relations. As Formation Coordinator, Ariel trains all Project Suma staff, volunteers and partnering churches in working with vulnerable populations. Her fluency in Spanish and English is valued for both written and spoken translation, as well as her passion and gift for teaching.
Ariel graduated from Baylor University with a B.A. in International Relations, with a focus on analyzing social justice initiatives within several Latin American countries. She completed an internship with the International Justice Mission in La Paz and is now completing a M.A. in Theological Studies, with the National University of Costa Rica and the Biblical University of Latin America. Ariel began working at Project Suma in 2013.