Director, Community Outreach

Ieesha began her career at OneLegacy, the organ procurement organization in Los Angeles, California; first as a hospital services coordinator for the organization, and eventually serving as in-house coordinator at one of the largest trauma centers in Los Angeles. She then joined Infinite Legacy as a hospital services coordinator in 2010 and joined the community outreach department in 2014 where she eventually became the director of community outreach in 2021. As the director for the team, she works to increase awareness of the need for organ, eye and tissue donation throughout Maryland. Ieesha is the founder of Infinite Legacy's "The Decision Project", a grassroots initiative that empowers socially disadvantaged communities that are affected by donation and transplantation to make an educated and inspired decision about donation. 

Ieesha is an active member of the American Public Health Association, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People where she holds the position of Health Chair for the Maryland State Conference. Ieesha is a volunteer for the Maryland Medical Reserve Corps, she also serves as Subject Matter Expert for the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) Impact committee, and a DEI committee member on AOPO. Ieesha formerly served as Chair of the Public Education and Public Relations Council at AOPO. She currently serves as an Expert Panelist for The Division of Transplantation (DoT) within the Department of Health and Human Services Donation Education and Outreach Team, she serves on the Advisory Council of Donate Life America and is the President-Elect for the Association of Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation. 

Ieesha holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from the California State University of Long Beach in Long Beach, California, and a Master of Science in Leadership and Management from La Verne University in La Verne, California.