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Stephen Perez-March 2009

Name: Stephen Perez
Edward A. Roybal Public Health Fellow
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
School: University of California, San Francisco
Major: MSN, Nursing
Placement 1: Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA)
Placement 2: Office of HIV/AIDS Policy, Office of Public Health and Science
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Stephen Perez is the Edward Roybal Public Health Fellow. His first placement was at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in the Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities. Stephen worked on several issues during his placement at HRSA, including health workforce diversity, chronic care models for disease management, and HIV/AIDS.

Stephen attended many healthcare summits within the National Advisory Council on Nursing Education and Practice. He also participated in working groups within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services which discussed issues such as human trafficking and tobacco use.

Stephen is currently placed in the Office of HIV/AIDS Policy within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He currently directs the HIV/AIDS basic information content research as well as evaluates and writes portions of the AIDS.gov Web site re-structure project for the department. He is also responsible for assimilation and plain language translation of all the HIV/AIDS resources throughout agencies and the executive branch of the U.S. Government. Stephen facilitates collaboration and vetting of public HIV/AIDS information and Web content across other Health and Human Services branches, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Health. In addition, Stephen conducts weekly analysis of current HIV/AIDS legislation and policy as it relates to community level stakeholders.

Stephen received his Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of California, San Francisco, where he trained as an advanced practice nurse in the specialty area of HIV/AIDS. He is enjoys working in Washington and looks forward to a permanent position that will continue to allow him to blend his clinical knowledge with policy and programs as it relates to HIV/AIDS and other public health issues.

In his free time, Stephen enjoys volunteering at the Whitman Walker Clinic in Washington, D.C. as well as other local community organizations. He also enjoys watching CNN with his roommates, sleeping, and spending quality time with his CHCI colleagues.


Past Fellow of the Month

Eric Hernandez - May 2014 Fellow of the Month
Scott Astrada March 2014 Fellow of the Month
Daphne Delgado - February 2014 Fellow of the Month
Carolina Rizzo - January 2014 Fellow of the Month
Elizabeth Padilla-Crespo - December 2013 Fellow of the Month
Yesenia Lopez - November 2013 Fellow of the Month
Norma Salazar-Ibarra and Pedro Suarez: October 2013 Fellows of the Month
Reuben Kapp - May 2013 Fellow of the Month
Michael Bueno - Fellow of the Month - April 2013
Jennifer Castillo - Fellow of the Month March 2013
Morgan Brand - Fellow of the Month February 2013
Aurelia De La Rosa Aceves & Daniel Lind - January 2013
Aurelia de la Rosa Aceves - January 2013
Pamela Diaz - December 2012
Jose Plaza - November 2012
Elizabeth Salinas - April 2012
Mario Flores - March 2012
Tomas Robles, Jr. - February 2012
Cristal Ruiz - December 2011
Monica Bautista - November 2011
Alyssa Padilla - May 2011
Josefina Villanueva - April 2011
Alexis Ruiz - March 2011
Judith Perez -- February 2011
Romie Barriere -- December 2010
Miguel Lopez -- November 2010
Evelia Castillo -- May 2010
Julio Costa - April 2010
Ulises A. Gonzalez - March 2010
Andrea Serra - February 2010
Bertha Guerrero - January 2010
Rebecca Medina - December 2009
Rita Rico - November 2009
Craig Martinez-May 2009
Daniel Montes-April 2009
Stephen Perez-March 2009
Veronica Duron-February 2009
Esther Valle-April 2008
Robert Fuentes-March 2008
M. Lucero Ortiz-February 2008
Daniel Herrera-January 2008
Frinny R. Polanco-November 2007
Betsaida Alcantara-April 2007
Jose A. Medina-March 2007
Angelica M. Reza-February 2007


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