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29 November 2023

Hispanic Access Welcomes New Community Navigator Program Manager

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Hispanic Access is delighted to announce the addition of Magali Robinson as the Community Navigator Program Manager. In her role, she will play a pivotal role in managing a team of Community Navigators, strengthening community engagement, fostering relationships, and supporting the growth and sustainability of Latino-led community organizations.

“I greatly value that Hispanic Access leads its initiatives from a value-centered perspective,” said Robinson. “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 Latino community and serves to guide and amplify the opportunities and engagement of Latino individuals everywhere. That's exactly what I want to be a part of."

Robinson has over 12 years of experience in championing health equity and improving outcomes for underserved communities across the U.S. and has led initiatives aimed at enhancing healthcare access, particularly in the context of HIV/STI management and prevention. In this position, she will establish and cultivate relationships within specific geographic regions and enhance the program’s impact, expanding its reach and ensuring meaningful connections with various stakeholders.

“Magali is the ideal person for this role,” said Maite Arce, president and CEO of Hispanic Access Foundation. “Magali’s strategic vision and collaborative approach play a strong role in fostering partnerships with key stakeholders to ensure crucial voices are elevated and empowered.”

The Community Navigator program helps local leaders build climate resilience within their communities by finding and accessing grant funding and capacity-building support. 180 of those organizations will be stewarded through the grant application process for BIL/IRA funding available through the U.S. Forest Service. To learn more about the Community Navigator program

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