UnidosUS Affiliate HIV+Sensitive Webinar
Join AAMA – the Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans – for a special HIV / STD Awareness and Sensitivity Webinar Series beginning on April 12, 2021. The five-part monthly series is available to all affiliates at no cost, and will provide valuable resources and information on how to engage and work within an important cross-section of the U.S. Latinx community.
The series offers a range of sessions that provide professionals the opportunity to interact and learn from each other.
June 9, 2021
Join us in our next AAMA Unidos Affiliate HIV+Sensitive Webinar Series and learn more on the most common Communicable Diseases. Objectives will cover risks, prevention techniques, signs, symptoms, and treatment.
AAMA MAP and
April 12, 2021
May 12, 2021
Condoms, Pep and PreP
July 14, 2021
Outreach, Recruitment and Best Practices
August 11, 2021
MEET THE SPREAKERS
MAP Program Manager
Adriana joined the AAMA family in 2006, with over 25 years working in the HIV and Communicable Diseases field and training as a Disease Intervention Specialist/Public Health Investigator. Mrs. DiBello has oversight of the Minorities Action Program (MAP) and is committed to prevention education and maintaining a productive climate through motivating, mobilizing, and coaching employees and community to meet high performance standards in life. Ms. DiBello is also trained as Disease Intervention Specialist/Public Health Investigator.
Alberto Bonilla, MPH
Outreach Specialist / Community Health Worker
Alberto was an AAMA client in 2017 when immigrated from Puerto Rico to Houston after Hurricane Maria. He has more than 25 years at the service of public health and is proud to belong to the great AAMA family!
Laura Z. Garcia
Family Prevention Specialist
Laura Garcia has been part of the AAMA family for almost 25 years. For the last two years, Ms. Garcia has served as our Family Prevention Specialist under the Minorities Action Program – CSAP. All those years, she’s been able to assist and help our youth and their families through prevention education and link them to care for other related needs under our substance use disorder programs here at AAMA.