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Magali Robinson
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Magali Robinson

Community Navigator Program Manager

Magali has over 12 years of dedicated experience in championing health equity and improving outcomes for underserved communities across the United States. With a strong commitment to addressing social determinants of health, Magali has passionately led initiatives aimed at enhancing healthcare access, particularly in the context of HIV/STI management and prevention. Magali’s strategic vision and collaborative approach plays a strong role in fostering partnerships with key stakeholders to ensure crucial voices are elevated and empowered.


Why she works for Hispanic Access…

"I love that Hispanic Access Foundation leads all initiatives from a value- centered perspective. It not only makes me feel empowered as a member of this team but this approach drives us to look for the already- existing strengths of the Hispanic Community and simply serves to guide and amplify the opportunities and engagement of Hispanic individuals everywhere. Thats exactly what I want to be a part of!"


In her spare time…

“I enjoy spending time at the beach, working on a good puzzle and traveling.”

Her favorite book…

“From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler- it's the story of a brother and sister who run away from home and live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY and the adventures they encounter. It's a children's book but reminds me of the importance of having adventures, striving for growth and ultimately how one can always go home (whatever that may look like).”

A person she finds inspirational…

“A supervisor from many years ago that led our small team and served her community with grace, empathy and a gentle kindness that I will never forget. I’ll often think to myself, “what would Mireya say/do?”. She reminds me that each person has value to include ourselves and we must create space for this.”

About Us

Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latinos and others with partners and opportunities to improve lives and create an equitable society.

Phone: (202) 640-4342

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