Linda Rump, founder and president of Eve’s Hope Pregnancy Care Center, is a graduate of Florida International University with a degree in Business Management. She served in the United States Air Force, earning the rank of Master Sergeant and worked in the OB/GYN clinic. For 17 years, she was a director of the University of Miami’s Ziff MBA Career Center. After retiring, she consulted for Caring for Miami and volunteered as a peer counselor, then as a Director of Caring for Miami’s Woman’s Caring Pregnancy Center. Faithfully, she has served her church in several areas. Currently, she serves as a women’s and children’s small group leader. In 2012, she believed God was calling her to open a Pregnancy Center, helping women in an unplanned pregnancy. In 2014, Eve’s Hope Pregnancy Care Center opened and continues to serve the South Dade community.
Care Coordinator Manager
Cheryl is a graduate of North Carolina A&T University, Greensbro, North Carolina. She has worked in Pregnancy Care ministry for 17 years and brings with her a wealth of experience. She worked for First Choice Women’s Centers as Director of Client Services for 11 years, and 4 years with Caring for Miami overseeing daily operations. Cheryl is President/Co-Founder of the Pathway Home, Inc. for abortion recovery.
Board of Directors
Dr. Cynthia M. Bradley
Dr. Cynthia M. Bradley, medical director and board member of Eve’s Hope, graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in 1980 and 1986 from the University of California – San Diego, School of Medicine. Her interest in surgery led her to a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Albert Einstein Montefiore Institute, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital. She was recruited by Baptist Hospital and relocated to Miami, Florida. Dr. Cynthia M. Bradley began her private practice in November of 1990. Today, her practice of nearly 30 years is a place where women are encouraged and cared for with the love of God.
Michele Pedersen was born in Miami, Florida. In 1969, she left Florida and spent time living in Tulsa, Dallas and then Houston. Michele earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Political Science from Texas A & M University in 1986. After graduating from college, she moved back to Miami, Florida. From 1986 to 1990, Michele was employed at Atlantic Bouquet Company. In 1990, she joined SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceutical Company and worked for four years as a Senior Sales Representative. Michele is married to Kevin Pedersen and has two daughters and three grandchildren.
Michele owns Homestead Tire and Auto Service Center in Homestead, Florida. She was a member of the Homestead Rotary Club for 10 years, a member of the Dade County Farm Bureau Women’s Club, and was active in the Homestead Hospital and the Red Cross Gala Committee. She also served on the City of Homestead CRA Not-for-Profit Grant Review Board and was a mentor for Women of Tomorrow. In 2013, Michele joined Eve’s Hope Pregnancy Care Center’s Board of Directors and currently serves as the Chair. She also volunteers as a Care Counselor for Eve’s Hope.
Linda worked for Lennar Corporation’s subsidiary North American Title Group as President for 37 years and retired in 2013. She is married to John Reed both are natives of Miami, Florida and will have been married for 50 years in August of 2019. They have one Son, Jeff who is married to Amy and two beautiful grandchildren, Caitlyn and Caleb (CJ).
Linda has been an active member of Christ Fellowship (CF) Miami since 1976. She, along with her husband have been involved in many of the ministries of CF throughout the years both in Homelessness and foreign mission trips to South Africa and several other countries. In retirement her goal is to dedicate time and resources whenever possible to bring honor and glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Linda currently serves Eve’s Hope Pregnancy Care Center as Treasurer, Secretary, and as a volunteer.
Married to Craig for 36 years, Rosanna has three children: C.J. (Craig James), Kevin, and Kelsie who went to heaven at the age of 24. She has been a teacher in the Fine Arts / Movement and Dance for Coral Gables high school and Miami Palmetto High School for 35 years. She coached the Gablettes Dance Team for 18 years and The Variations for 10 years, as well as the girls’ golf team.
She was a founding officer of American Dance Alliance in 1995 and became President and Owner of American Dance Alliance from 2001-2013. Since 2001, she has been a member in BSF, and was a BSF leader for 10 years. She began volunteering at Eve’s Hope in 2017.
Rosanna is also an independent stylist and leader with Stella and Dot and has been since 2011. She is a member of Crossbridge Miami Church.
Mary, while born and raised in Tennessee, married a native Miami “boy,” and after moving many times during his 20 year career as a U.S. Army Officer, ended up in Miami. She graduated from the University of Miami with a master’s degree in Economics in 1971. Prior to organizing her wealth management firm in 1999, she taught Economics at the college level for over 16 years.In 1992, she entered the field of financial planning as a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner, and in 1999 started Kirtland Financial Management, Inc.
Over the years, Mary has volunteered to serve several charitable organizations in various capacities. For over 4 years, she served on the Westminster Christian School Foundation. She also has served for several years on the Finance Committee and Missions Committee for her church. Most recently, she was asked to serve on the board of Miami International Seminary and Eve’s Hope Pregnancy Resource Center.
Tatiana Pino is an active member of Bible Study Fellowship in Miami, Florida. For the past eight years she has served as a leader, guiding woman as they study the Word of God. Through her experience in BSF, she became an active philanthropist. Currently, she assists her husband Sergio and his company, Century Home Builders, on their charitable giving.
Calvary Chapel has been her church for 20 years and she is a honored to call it her place of worship. Tatiana is a proud mom of two daughters. She attributes her daughters as inspiration to serving at Eve’s Hope as a volunteer and a board member.