Alexis Vasquez

Alexis Vasquez has known she wanted to pursue a health career since 5th grade. Now she works as a Family Support Specialist for Child and Family Resources in Tucson, where she provides health education and support to families in the Tucson area. Alexis was a member of SEAHEC’s Future Health Leaders Club (2010-2011) when she attended Rio Rico High School. Later, from July 2014 to May 2015, she served as a health education intern at SEAHEC. In 2015, Alexis graduated with a B.S. in Public Health and a minor in Spanish from the University of Arizona. Continue reading

Greta Solinap

Greta Solinap

“I was really inspired by my work in the Philippines with Parkinson’s patients and their families who lived on a rural island. There were so many barriers to access care, showing me how complex delivering effective, culturally-sensitive care is in that context. I was inspired by living in the Philippines for two years and seeing the immense help that doctors can provide to under-resourced communities. ” Continue reading