Engage, train and retain healthcare providers as “champions” in preventing, recognizing and treating pesticide exposure.
Foster a group of leaders to advocate for the importance of proactively diagnosing pesticide exposure.
Increase healthcare providers’ awareness of pesticide exposure, including exposure scenarios and at-risk occupational groups.
Educate clinicians on state-specific requirements for pesticide reporting.
- Certified physician assistant with experience in rural, underserved, farmworker, migrant, and tribal communities
- 20 years experience in community-based clinics, family medicine, urgent care, and emergency medicine
- Passionate patient advocate and medical risk manager
- Certified Physician Assistant for over 18 years in the areas of Family Practice, Internal/Occupational Medicine, and Oncology
- Bilingual clinical provider with extensive practice experience with Latino populations
- Dedicated to educating clinical providers and the community about the disparities across diverse populations
- Passionate about health promotion and diminishing health disparities
- Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with experience in emergency, family, and internal medicine
- 15 years of public health experience, serving, educating, and advocating for marginalized, underserved communities
- Dedicated provider to ensuring safe, equitable care for all