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Aracely Heredia

NCICP Speaker

Aracely Heredia (is a Program Specialist in Health at UnidosUS, the largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organization in the U.S. In her current role, Aracely supports the implementation of the CDC-funded cooperative agreement, Partnering for Vaccine Equity (P4VE) program, aimed at increasing equity in adult immunization with a focus on racial and ethnic communities. Prior to joining UnidosUS, Aracely served with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute as a Social Equity Public Policy Fellow, placed within the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Subcommittee on Health. With six years of experience in the healthcare sector, Aracely has built expertise in technical assistance, program implementation, and policy development, with a focus on women’s reproductive health, maternal health, increasing diversity in clinical trials, and addressing the long-term impacts of COVID-19. Aracely’s commitment to health equity is evidenced by her commitment to help advance health policies that tackle systemic disparities. Her expertise and dedication have been pivotal in shaping initiatives aimed at fostering equitable access to healthcare for marginalized communities. Aracely earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Whitworth University.