The Latino Caucus (Est. 1973) represents the unique perspectives and special public health problems common to Spanish-speaking individuals in the United States. The Caucus provides an entry-point for young bilingual professionals. It also provides programs that explore the special issues of migrant workers, illegal immigrants, legal immigrants and those individuals who lack access to Western medical systems and rely on traditional indigenous systems of care. The Caucus has also worked closely with Sections to explore issues of environmental hazards to the labor force and sweat shops that pose serious threats to maternal and child health.
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Latino Caucus for Public Health Board
President and Caucus Collaborative Representative: Jose Pietro Aparicio, MD, MPH
Vice President: Vacant
Immediate Past President: Brendaly Rodriguez, MA, CPH
Treasurer: Samantha Rivera, MPH
Secretary: Vanessa Lopez, MAS, MPH candidate
Scientific Committee: Airin Martinez, PhD & Barbara Baquero, PhD
Membership Committee: Danielle Montoya, MPH
Communication Committee: Juviza Rodriguez, MS
Young Professionals Committee: Andrea Jacobo, MPH
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