Our Story

Since 1980, Maternity Care Coalition has partnered with more than 145,000 families throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, focusing particularly on neighborhoods with high rates of poverty, infant mortality, health disparities, and changing immigration patterns. We know a family’s needs change as they go through the pregnancy and their child’s first years and we offer a range of services and programs for every step along the way.

Our Mission
The mission of Maternity Care Coalition is to improve the health and well-being of pregnant women and parenting families, and enhance school readiness for children 0-3.

Our Vision
MCC envisions an equitable future where all families are healthy and connected, with all children thriving and ready to learn.

  • Each child is welcomed
  • Each person is nurtured and achieves their full potential
  • Parents and guardians are empowered to care for themselves and their children
  • Communities understand and act upon the imperative to provide systematic support

As a result, all families and individuals are healthy, connected and economically self-sufficient and all children thrive and are ready to learn.

Our Core Values
Achievement: We believe that individual growth is directly related to the success of the organization. Therefore, we are committed to fostering an environment where our staff has the resources and support to do the best in their jobs while strengthening and encouraging families.

Integrity: At MCC we are honest and trustworthy. We are true to our values and conduct ourselves according to our professional ethics. Our principles guide our work and interactions with others.

Inclusion: We respect and value the diversity of individuals, families and communities. We are committed to exploring, learning from and including different beliefs, ideas and experiences in our organization’s interactions and practices.

Empowerment: MCC supports individuals in recognizing their strengths and choices and in making decisions. We nurture respectful relationships, inspire confidence and encourage voices to be heard. We provide tools so that people can successfully accomplish goals.

Innovation: We are creative and forward thinking. We welcome curiosity and the exploration of new approaches to achieving organizational goals as we advance our mission.

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

At MCC a diverse and inclusive workplace is one where all employees, whatever their race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or identity, age, education or disability feels valued and respected.  To read Maternity Care Coalition’s Diversity and Inclusion Statement in its entirety, click the link below:
Diversity and Inclusion Statement

Annual Reports and Financial Documents

Click the links below to view our annual report and financial documents.

2021 Annual Report

Financial Statement

990 Form

Audit Overview

Strategic Plan

FY19 – 22 Strategic Plan 

Our Donors

Our donors help the MCC heart beat. Without donors who selflessly share their resources, time, and connections, we could not provide the support our clients need. If you are interested in making a donation, please visit www.maternitycarecoalition.org/support-us/ or contact [email protected] for more information.

 

Board Of Directors

  • Board Officers
  • Liza Seltzer
  • Arun Prabhakaran
  • Ismael Alvarez
  • Keith Daviston
  • Lisa Farnin
  • Ebony Staton-Weidman
  • Megan Balne
  • Nora Cruz
  • Saul Epstein
  • Lisa Farnin
  • Katherine Foy
  • Arthur Gimenez
  • Iola Harper
  • Radhi Kakarla
  • Ana Lopez
  • Randy Mintz-Presant
  • Giuliano Pignataro
  • Julia Reusch
  • Susan Robbins
  • Mary Pat Sherry
  • Nakia Stith
  • Desarae Smalls
  • Bonnie Wingate
  • Omar Woodard
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Leadership

We employ over 100 individuals at various locations throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. Our staff represents a variety of professional and educational backgrounds, including advocacy, business, child care, communications, education, finance, management, marketing, policy, public health, research, and social work.

  • Executive Team
  • Marianne Fray
  • Samantha Harclerode
  • Karen Pollack
  • Ana Thompson
  • Zakia Williams
  • Leadership Team
  • Toscha Blalock
  • Kathrin Brellochs
  • Samia Bristow
  • Deanna Galer
  • Colette Green
  • Clare Hughes
  • Sara Jann
  • Katherine Mitchell
  • Marjie Mogul
  • Katja Pigur
 
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