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Richmond Hub Steering Committee

Announcement: Apply to join the Healthy Richmond Steering Committee today!

We are now seeking applications
from people interested in serving on the Healthy Richmond Hub Steering Committee,
to help continue the implementation of the project.

Click below on the application to read more and apply!
All submissions must be received by April 12, 2013 at 5:00pm

Si usted necesita ayuda para llenar solicitud de membresía  para el Comité de Direccion de “Richmond Saludable”, por favor contacte al Centro de Latinas en el numero  510/830-7791 para hacer una cita con Miriam Wong.

There will be an informational session where community members can come and learn more about the project:

Wednesday April 3, 2013 from 5:30pm-6:30pm at the

Community Heritage Senior Center

1555 Fred Jackson Way

Richmond, CA 94801

You can also send us an email at info@healthyrichond.net or reach us by phone at 510-307-5747 ext.15 and ask for Roxanne.


What is the
Healthy Richmond Steering Committee?
In late 2011, a Healthy Richmond Steering Committee of 25 residents and local organizations was formed. This truly inclusive Steering Commit-tee reflects our community’s diversity in all forms: age, race or ethnic identity, religion, gender, language, immigration status, sexual orientation, educational, professional, and life experiences. The Healthy Richmond Steering Committee includes members from all primary areas of our community: municipal offices, the school district, public and private health care providers, nonprofit organizations, faith communities, businesses, and residents.

Below is a list of our current Healthy Richmond Steering Committee members:


Andre Aikins, Omega Boys Club
Guadalupe Corral, Community Volunteer & Community Resident
Shasa Curl, Richmond City Manager's Office
Ruth Dineen, East Bay Center for the Performing Arts
Amanda Elliott, Richmond City Commissioner, Richmond Main Street & Community Resident
Wendell Greer, West Contra Costa Unified School District & Community Resident
Joyce Harris,
Richmond City Commissioner & Community Resident
Blanca Hernández, Youth Enrichment Strategies
Michelle Hersey, Community Volunteer & Community Resident
Angela Jenkins, Kaiser Permanente Community Benefits
Annie King-Meredith,
County Employment & Human Services Department & Community Resident
Juana Nunley, Community Housing Development
Corporation
& Community Resident
Edwina Perez-Santiago,
Reach Fellowship
Wanda Session, County Health Services Department
Nita Sisamouth, Asian Pacific Environmental Network
& Community Resident
Lisa Stevenson-Johnson,
PolicyLink, Richmond City Commissioner, & Community Resident
Ruth Vasquez-Jones, Brookside Clinic
Cheryl Vaughn, Community Volunteer, Richmond City Commissioner & Community Resident
LaVern Vaughn
, Safe Return Team, CCISCO, & Community Resident
Miriam Wong, The Latina Center & Community Resident



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Julio Zaldivar,
Mar 26, 2013, 12:21 PM
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