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Sheila Reynoso

NCICP Speaker

Born in the Dominican Republic and raised in Paterson, NJ, Sheila is an advocate for underrepresented communities. She has worked on diverse projects ranging from graduate medical education to projects with a focus on providing linkage to care and care coordination for individuals experiencing substance use disorders, history of incarceration, and chronic conditions such as HIV and Hepatitis C.  She is now responsible for the management of the Maternal Immunization program and contributes to the implementation of activities of the Immunization, Infectious Disease, and Public Health Preparedness program at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). She completed her Master’s in Public Health at Hunter College School of Urban Public Health specializing in community health education. She is driven by eliminating health disparities, achieving health equity and community and she dreams one day of working herself out of public health. Sheila finds inspiration in her books, various plants, and two dogs – Marvel & DC.