Steering Committee Elections – Nominations Sought
The Milwaukee Latino Health Coalition is seeking new officers for its Steering Committee. The Steering Committee is the overarching governing body for the Coalition and is responsible for leadership, strategic planning, and development. Please consider volunteering your time, skills, and expertise to the Coalition as a Steering Committee Officer. The Steering Committee meets monthly for two hours, and members typically spend 4-6 hours per month working outside of these meetings.
Nominations are being sought for the following positions:
Descriptions for each position can be found HERE. If you or someone you know is interested in running, please submit the following to email@example.com by November 4th:
• a brief bio,
• a statement explaining why you want to serve on the Steering Committee and what you hope to contribute,
• a photo, and
• the position you are running for.
Nominations will be accepted through November 4th. Elections will be held November 7th through November 30th. New officers will begin their two- year term on January 1, 2017.
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please tell your interested friends and colleagues.
Those currently working toward the health and well being of Latinos in Milwaukee as members of the Steering committee are:
- Luis Arzaluz, Centro Hispano Representative & Co-Chair of Best Policies & Practices Action Team
- Michelle Corbett, Co-Chair Latino Research Group
- Gabriela Dieguez, Chair of Mental Health Action Team
- Dina Garcia, Co-Chair Latino Research Group
- Caroline Gomez, Co-Chair of Best Policies & Practices Action Team
- Marwill Santiago, Education Action Team Representative
Action Team Chairs 2015
- Best Policies & Practices Action Team: Luis Arzaluz & Caroline Gomez
- Education Action Team: Jennifer Flamboe and Al Castro
- Mental Health Action Team: Gabriela Dieguez & Ursula Flores
Founding Organizers & Organizations
The MLHC was established with the support from several individuals and organizations. Many thanks to Dr. Tony Baez, Dr. Carolina Gonzales Schlenke, Ana Paula Soares Lync, Sherri Ohly, Amanda Schultz as well as Aurora Walker’s Point Community Clinic, CORE/El Centro and The Council for the Spanish Speaking for their support during the development of the MLHC.