1400 Joyce Rd.
Mobile, Alabama 36618

From the East and North: Take your best route to I-65 and Moffett Rd. Follow Moffett Rd. to the west for approximately 2 miles. Turn left at Overlook Rd. and go 2 miles (there will be a sign saying Overlook Rd. at this turn). Turn left at Joyce Rd. and go .1 miles. Joyce Rd will dead end into the church. We will have an MIF sign directing you to the meeting place.


From West Mobile: Take your best route to University Blvd. Go north on University to Overlook Rd. Turn right onto Overlook Rd and go 6 miles. Turn right onto Joyce Rd. and go 1 miles. Joyce Rd will dead end into the church. We will have an MIF sign directing you to the meeting place.

Estela I. Dorn, who was born, raised and educated in the Philippines, became a member of Mobile International Festival in 1985 a year after she and her husband, Chuck, attended their first festival. Her immediate love and admiration for the educational and cultural art mission of the festival led to her active involvement. Soon she found herself heading different committees that eventually led to the presidency of the festival. While she was at it, she realized that for the festival to better serve the community, it was important to expand its mission to a bigger scope regionally, nationally and internationally. To make this happen, the organization must grow; thus, the position of Executive Director was created. Her professional experience in management, public relations, advertising and marketing compounded with work experience in many other fields had helped her immensely in fundraising and managing Mobile International Festival. After her retirement in 2010, she is proud to see the continuation of the vision of the founder, Dr. Annelle Jerome, together with the other original members of the board and officers as it moves on to meet the demands of educating the youth to learn and appreciate the world of its many cultures and people.

Nancy Granade serves on MIF’s Executive Board as Secretary. Nancy is a retired finance professor and sustainability educator. Nancy’s passion for travel and cultural exchange began as a Delta Air Lines child in Atlanta and has led to her ongoing involvement with the Boy Scouts of America’s National and World Jamborees as well as the World Vintage Rugby Carnival. Nancy is thrilled to be part of fostering cultural education in Mobile through the Mobile International Festival’s many outreach programs and events.

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