"Multicultural Communication Solutions"
REACH CONFERENCE 2010
Responding with Education and Active Community Heart-talks
Saturday, May 21
The Professional Latinas Alliance Network held its first R.E.A.C.H. Conference at Camden County College's Conference Center.
From left to right, top to bottom: Dr. Zulma X. Barrios, Ms. Jenee Chizick, Mrs. Delta Terrero, Mrs. Michele Lebrón, Mrs. Katherine Dudley, Dr. Lisa Fortuna
Panel of Community Representatives
Monitored by: Marisol Torres
From left to right: Elsa Candelario (Hispanic Family Center), Merari Pimentel (Camden City Police Department), Colette Lamothe-Galette (NJ Dept. of Health & Senior Services, Office of Minority & Multicultural Health), Pastor Edgar Alvarez (Gibeon International Church)
From left to right: Karen Concepción, Marisol Torres, Mildred E. Rojas, Anita Quick, Doli Rodriguez, and Katherine Dudley
From left to right: Diannys Calzado, Karen Concepción, Mildred E. Rojas, Dr. Zulma X. Barrios, Katherine Dudley, Marisol Torres, Livingston Benjamin, Doli Rodriguez and Merari Pimentel.
Diannys Calzado and Margarita Olivencia Dr. Zulma X. Barrios and Mildred E. Rojas
SUPPORTERS & COLLABORATORS
Dr. Zulma X. Barrios, Senior Advisor for Gallup University, Vice President of Women and Diversity Leadership for Gallup University. She was instrumental in the creation of the National African-American Women's Leadership Institute and the Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute.
Dr. Lisa R. Fortuna, Director of Child and Adolescent Multicultural Mental Health Research and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry in the University of Massachusetts Medical School. She is board-certified in both psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. She performs research in the area of multicultural youth with a specific emphasis on how to reach underserved populations. She earned her M.D. from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.