Alejandra is an enthusiastic public health professional passionate about serving underrepresented populations. She comes with on-the-ground community engagement experience and keen sensitivity to the healthcare disparities impacting communities in the U.S. Alejandra has worked in locations hardest hit by childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey as a health educator where she collaborated with health care providers, clinics, childcare, and faith-based organizations, and other community stakeholders. Alejandra has experience conducting needs assessments, coordinating educational programs, workshops, and conferences with thousands of participants. She also has experience working in academia at Rutgers University, establishing new programs, contributing to research collaboration with major pharmaceutical companies, publications, as well as data collection and analysis.
Alejandra loves to teach and has served as a youth director at her local church for over 6 years. She is also passionate about environmental conservation and does activism and education in the field.
Alejandra obtained a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and a graduate certificate in Population Health from Rutgers University.
What does “Make well known” mean to me?
It means creating win-win solutions where all stakeholders benefit to bring about innovative and equitable care for all patients.