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Jillian Hopewell, MPA, MA has devoted her professional career to health care justice for immigrant populations. Since 1995, Ms. Hopewell has worked with Migrant Clinicians Network, the oldest and largest clinical network dedicated to improving health care for underserved migrants. Ms. Hopewell directs MCN's California office, serving as the Director of Education and Professional Development. In this capacity, Ms. Hopewell oversees MCN's comprehensive technical assistance program for migrant and community health centers and migrant clinicians. She also directs MCN's continuing education program for clinicians and coordinates all of MCN's clinical publications. She is the editor-in-chief of Streamline, a quarterly peer-reviewed publication that reaches over four thousand clinicians. Additionally, she is responsible for the development and ongoing management of content for MCN's award-winning website. Ms. Hopewell is an adjunct faculty member of the Communication Arts & Sciences Department at California State University, Chico.

Ms. Hopewell has a Master's degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Arts from the Institute of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. She specialized in the policy implications and development challenges of binational tuberculosis care. Prior to joining MCN, Ms. Hopewell worked extensively in international arenas. She spent a year researching the role of indigenous art in sustainable economic development and the continuance of cultural traditions in Ecuador and Indonesia. She also served as the Country Director in the Dominican Republic for Amigos de las Americas, a youth leadership and community development organization. Prior to this she was a Route Leader for the same organization in Paraguay. Ms. Hopewell is fluent in Spanish. She is married with three children.

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Jennifer
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Jennifer Sanne joined the Migrant Clinicians Network in September of 2011. She is currently working collaboratively with Jillian Hopewell, Director of Education and Professional Development in the design and development of MCN website content and effective implementation of instructional materials.

Jennifer was born and raised in California and earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication Design with a minor in Instructional Design from the California State University, Chico. As an undergraduate, Jennifer served as the vice president of the Instructional Design and Technology Society and took an interest in environmental sustainability when she became the social media intern for the Recycling Program on campus. In her free time she likes to play tennis and explore thrift stores.

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Erin
CA

Erin Sinclair is originally from Modesto, CA and moved to Chico in the summer of 2009 to begin courses for her Masters. She recently graduated with her Masters in Applied Psychology and will begin the School Psychology credential program at UCLA in the Fall of 2011. Within the Migrant Clinician Network she assists Jillian Hopewell, the Director of Education and Professional Development.

Ms. Sinclair has her Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Gender Studies from California State University Stanislaus. She resides in Chico with her two dogs.

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