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The WCC Team

Lisa Orloff

Founder and President


Pet Preparedness Manager

David Rosas

WCC Trainer

Steven Ayling


Steve is a 20-year, U.S. Navy Veteran (Surface Warfare Officer), with experience in Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief (HADR) preparedness, planning and response.While serving in the Emergency Operations Center for Navy Region Europe, some of his work included planning for evacuations of Naples and Sigonella due to eruptions of Mt. Vesuvius and Mt. Etna. He has a master’s degree in Emergency Management (EM) from John Jay College and is the Veteran’s Liaison Coordinator. He serves as the Commander of the Richmond County American Legion and volunteers time with the USO, assisting Veteran’s and their families.

Hilary Wilder
World Cares Center | Disaster Volunteerism Academy
Instructional Technology Specialist

Hilary is an instructional technology specialist with over 35 years of experience and a doctorate in Instructional Technology from Teachers College Columbia University. She has worked in the corporate/non-profit sector, designing, and developing multimedia and online training, as well as in the educational sector where she developed and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in learning technologies. She retired in 2017 as a full professor from William Paterson University in New Jersey where she was the director of their M.Ed. in Leaning Technologies program, and now teaches as an adjunct professor. She is World Cares Center’s instructional technology specialist and works as part of the Disaster Volunteerism Academy Curricula development team.

Steve Landsfield

Steve Landfield


Steve has an extensive background in environmental health safety and safety training.  In addition to being a primary World Cares Center Trainer, he is also a Principal Instructor with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) & Zota Professional Training, where he teaches the EPA/HUD lead paint safety Renovation, Repair & Painting Certification training.  As a EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, he also teaches the Lead Inspector course to NYC HPD Housing Inspectors. He is a Lead Compliance Consultant for the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA):UNYSE Environmental Consultants. Compliance observation of lead abatement and lead renovation activities being done at NYCHA facilities.  Steve is also an Instructor in Mold Remediation Methods & Inspection for New York City Housing Authority Classes for Environmental Education Associates and a Licensed NYS Mold Remediation Supervisor. He is an Industry Skills Instructor for Thomas Shortman Training Fund, 32BJ SEIU – Training building superintendents to assess and remove deteriorated lead paint hazards pursuant to EPA/HUD & Visual Assessment/NYC Local Law 1, regulating lead paint hazards in NYC multiple dwelling units. Industry Safety Instructor in Mold & Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Law Compliance, Chemical Safety in the Workplace, Integrated Pest Management, Heat & Hot Water and How to Manage Renovation Projects for NYC building superintendent and worker training. Steve is also a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services and a Public Health First Responder – with the Hoboken, NJ Community Emergency Response Team and as a volunteer member of the Hudson County, NJ Regional Health Commission Medical Reserve Corps.

Brenda Bratwaithe

HR and Finance

The WCC Haiti Team

Haiti Team

Mimi Douze

Ayiti Director

Myrlande Charles

Assistant Director

Denise Jules

Programs Manager

Yourie Dominique

Senior Advisor

Jeanky Fleuri

Jeremie Liaison

Dominique Jules