REV. ZORAIDA S. SALDAÑA (Vice President) is an interfaith minister, spiritual empath, and gifted counselor who transforms peoples’ lives wherever she goes. Her life mission is going into the core places of people’s pain to help them experience authentic wholeness and healing. For the last 28 years, Rev. Zoraida has work for various human service agencies advocating for the aged, victims of domestic violence, assisting the homeless and the underprivileged, and children and youth who have been abused and/or neglected. For more than 15 years she has worked as a psychotherapist with diverse populations. Currently, she is the Program Manager for the Community Counseling and Advocacy Program at My Sisters' Place.
Rev. Zoraida embraces the power of interspiritual practice in Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Palo. Her interspiritual study and practice enable her to integrate spirituality with counseling expertise to provide holistic healing and transformation for individuals across cultures and religions. Rev. Zoraida holds a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Human Services and a Master of Science in Education with a focus on Professional Counseling. She studied at The New Seminary for Interfaith Studies and was ordained by The Interfaith Temple in New York City. She also studied with the Institute of Core Energetics, a holistic program for personal growth.