Rev. María Fernanda S. Ramírez, MSc
Church of God’s International Women’s Committee
Fernanda Snaidero Ramirez is a Mental Health Counselor and member of Church of God’s International Women’s Committee. For eight years, Fernanda served as President of Women’s Ministries in Latin America, mobilizing women from 20 different nations under a vision called “Friends with a Dream”. This vision unified Latin American women, helping them to be in touch with their nation’s deepest needs, and enabling them to dignify, equip, and transform other women through God’s unconditional love, truth, and power.
Prior to her work in Latin America, Fernanda and her husband, Dr. David Ramirez, served as missionaries in Argentina and Ecuador for more than 20 years. During those missionary years, they pastored a number of churches, established the South American Seminary (SEMISUD), and founded Capilla del Valle, a thousand-member church in the city of Quito, Ecaudor, where she ministered through worship, teaching and discipleship. Fernanda studied Music and Theology, has a Maters Degree in Mental Health from Lee University, and is presently pursuing DMin degree at Church of God’s Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, TN.
Fernanda is passionate about God’s word and her deepest desire is to see women achieve their fullness of life in Christ. She lives in Cleveland, TN, and is the proud mother of three beautiful children: Santiago, Fernando, and Valeria.