The Latino Caucus (Est. 1973) represents the unique perspectives and special public health problems common to Spanish-speaking individuals in the United States.
Latino Caucus for Public Health envisions itself and its members as playing pivotal role in research, policy, and advocacy for health issues that impact Latinos throughout the Americas in order to influence social reform.
The Latino Caucus for Public Health's mission is to represent and advocate for the health interests of the Latino community, both within and outside the American Public Health Association, while providing leadership opportunities for students and young professional to engage in research, policy, and advocacy efforts.
The Latino Caucus for Public Health plays a pivotal role in policy and health issues that impact Latinos throughout the Americas.
Latino Caucus for Public Health
President, Governing Councilor and Caucus Collaborative Representative:Jose Pietro Aparicio, MD, MPH
Vice President: Barbara Baquero, PhD, MPH
Immediate Past President: Brendaly Rodriguez, MA, CPH
Treasurer: Samantha Rivera, MPH
Secretary: Vanessa Lopez, MAS, MPH candidate
Membership Committee: Danielle Montoya, MPH
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