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create64's picture

48 yo, female, has been doing correctional Medicine since July of 2009

Emily Oake's picture

Emily Oake is the Director of Special Populations and Populations Health for the Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers. Ms. Oake was born and raised in the Phoenix area. She received her BS in Political Science from Arizona State University. She worked in numerous retail management positions in the Phoenix metropolitan area before attending Arizona State University to attain her Master’s of Health Sector Management degree (the equivalent of a Master’s of Healthcare Administration). Following completion of her MHSM, Ms. Oake was hired as an intern for AACHC to assist in coordinating the Voter Engagement Campaign, a NACHC project, for the 2012 elections. Following the completion of this project, she was hired full-time to serve in a newly-designated position that acts as the point of contact for all health centers looking for training and technical assistance for any federally designated special populations. Since then, she has also added managing social determinants of health programs and a rural domestic violence advocacy program in her role at AACHC.

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Matt Riley is a native Texan born in Ft. Worth and raised all over Texas and Oklahoma. He attended Belmont University and received a degree in Commercial Music in 2005. From there, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked for an international media company as their office manager. In 2010, he moved back to Texas, taking up residence in Austin where he began work for a restaurant supply company as their accounts receivable clerk.

Matt enjoys playing guitar, piano, singing, and writing music. He plays with a band in his free time and leads music for First Baptist Taylor on Sunday mornings.

MauriceDLevy's picture

Retired General Surgeon who is devoting the majority of his time in retirement to treating the medically indigent at various safety-net clinics that serve the homeless and indigent.

Judith Wold's picture

Dr. Wold is the Director of the Farmworker Family Health program (FWFHP) for the Lillian Carter Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory University. In its 20th year (2013), the FWFHP is an interprofessional, rural, cultural immersion service learning experience that provides health professionals students the opportunity to provide care to migrant farmworkers and their families. The FWFHP partners with the local farmworker clinic, farm owners, the health district and the local board of education among others to deliver care for two weeks each summer to approximately 1000 workers and their families. Dr. Wold has received the Carnegie/CASE Foundation 2012 Award as Georgia Professor of the Year and has taught Public Health Nursing for over 30 years.

fbaudino's picture

I am a retired physician, currently board-certified in Family Medicine and I have an unrestricted California license. I have previously done volunteer work in Sudan, Tanzania, Guatemala, Peru.

I am already registered, but I am creating this new account because my e-mail address has changed.

simonecb's picture

I am a second-year resident at the Boston Combined Residency Program in pediatrics. I am originally from California, and did my first year of residency at Children's Hospital Oakland before transferred to Boston to be with my husband. However, we both plan to move back to the west in the next few years. Before medical school, I worked as a Spanish-English interpreter for about a year and a half. I also spent some time working at the US-Mexico border and taught ESL in immigrant communities in South Philadelphia when I was a medical student. I hope to develop a career in migrant health and would love to talk with some of your staff about their careers and work.

sbauer828's picture

Thirty three years experience in migrant health with expertise in agricultural worker health and safety, reproductive/sexual health, oral health, HIV prevention, and integration of community health workers (promotores/as de salud) into primary health care service delivery.

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