Our Team

Led by our Acting Chief Executive Officer, Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon’s small headquarters staff coordinates partners’ efforts and resources, and provides oversight and technical assistance.

Gary Edson, Acting Chief Executive Officer

Gary Edson, a founding member of the Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Board of Directors, is serving as Acting CEO. Edson is Principal of Civic Enterprises, a public policy and strategy firm that develops solutions on education, environment, health, and other U.S and global challenges. He is a White House veteran, non-profit executive, and business entrepreneur.

As Deputy National Security Advisor and Deputy National Economic Advisor to President George W. Bush, Edson established the groundbreaking Millennium Challenge Corporation to fight global poverty; co-led the development of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR); coordinated the crackdown on terrorist finance in the aftermath of 9/11; and oversaw the launch of initiatives on food security, clean water, and human trafficking. He also was the chief negotiator for summits of G8, Latin American, EU, and Asia-Pacific leaders. Earlier in his career, he served as General Counsel to the U.S. Trade Representative, and Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of State.

In the non-profit sector, Edson served most recently as President of Conservation International, and was CEO of the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, helping Haiti rebuild after the devastating 2010 earthquake. He is the Global Health Fellow at the George W. Bush Institute.

Edson is Senior Advisor at TOTAL Impact Capital, a merchant bank for impact investment, and an affiliate partner at Lindsay Goldberg LLC, a private equity firm. He was previously Chairman of PAR Systems, Inc., a provider of intelligent robotic systems, and Managing Director at the Albright Stonebridge Group and Baker & McKenzie, LLC.

Edson graduated with a B.A. from Stanford University, and has a J.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.

Tracey Stevens, Chief Finance and Administrative Officer

Tracey Stevens joined Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon in February 2017 as the Chief Finance and Administrative Officer. Tracey has 20 years of experience in leading accounting, finance and administration for non-profit organizations. Most recently Tracey served for nearly three years as the Chief Financial Officer for IMA World Health, a Washington, DC based international development organization focused on health system strengthening and service delivery for some of the most marginalized populations of West Africa, Haiti, and Indonesia. Prior to IMA Tracey served for nine years, five as the Vice President of Finance and Administration for Child Trends, Inc., the nation’s leading nonprofit research organization focused exclusively on improving the lives and prospects of children, youth, and their families. Tracey has specialized in infrastructure development and capacity building for growing and transitioning organizations.  Tracey’s expertise includes financial reporting, grant and contract management, indirect rate management, strategic planning and projections, budget development, board and funder reporting and risk management and compliance.

Julie Wieland, Program Associate 

Prior to joining Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, Julie Wieland was with Venture Strategies Innovations conducting monitoring and evaluation projects that address women’s health in Rwanda, collaborating with Ministries of Health and Justice to develop monitoring plans and tools and supervise projects.  Julie previously served as a clinical researcher in thoracic oncology at San Diego Cancer Center and as a medical volunteer in South Africa collecting and analyzing data on the integration of policies and services in the area of HIV-TB.  She currently serves on the Alumni Board of Directors for Child, Family, Health International.  

Kaliane Ribeiro, Office Manager

Kaliane Ribeiro joined Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon in 2016 as the Office Manager. She graduated from Boston University with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a minor in Public Health in 2013. During a year abroad, she interned at the International AIDS Society in Geneva, Switzerland.  After returning to the United States, she started her career as the Development Assistant at the Icla da Silva Foundation, a recruitment center for the Be the Match® bone marrow registry.  Quickly moving up the ranks, she took on the role of Office Manager, ultimately finishing her tenure as the Operations Supervisor at Icla da Silva Foundation.

Crystal Cazier, Associate

Crystal Cazier joined the Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon team in 2014. Now, as an Associate for Global Health and the Women’s Initiative at the George W. Bush Institute, Crystal serves as the primary liaison for policy and programming between the Bush Institute and Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon. She also supports the work of the Bush Institute’s First Ladies Initiative. Previously, Crystal worked as a Clinical Research Associate at the Carle Cancer Center in Urbana, Illinois where she managed budgetary and contractual negotiations for both pharmaceutical and government-sponsored clinical trials. Crystal received her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health at the University of Texas Health Science Center.

Temi Omilabu, Communications Fellow – Global Health Corps

Temi Omilabu recently joined the Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon team as a Global Health Corps Fellow. She is a 2017 graduate of Case Western Reserve University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in political science and her Master of Arts in bioethics. Her master’s thesis explored the existing structural inequities in healthcare systems in the U.S. During her time in college, Temi was a volunteer tutor for low-income elementary students; in this role, she found her passion for service and advocacy. Temi honed her communications expertise as the executive editor of a popular online campus magazine, Her Campus, and a writer for Case Western’s newspaper, The Observer. She also led social media marketing and promotion efforts for Her Campus. Before joining Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, Temi was a White House intern in the Office of Presidential Correspondence under the Obama administration and a risk management intern at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Lagos, Nigeria.