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A Luso-American Latina helping organizations provide quality language and cultural services while increasing access to services to the Latino, immigrant, BIPOC, and Limited-English Proficient communities. For over ten years, Joa has worked with healthcare, education, public health, and community organizations in accessing the Latino market, multiculturalism, health/social disparities, Diversity & Inclusion, and intercultural communication. As a multifaceted speaker, Joa shares her experience as a Third Culture Kid, immigrant, and first-generation.

Joa started working at the medical lab after graduating from Rush University with a BS in Medical Laboratory Sciences. However, a few years later, she realized she wanted to work directly with the community and service providers. After two Master, one in Translation and Interpreting Studies and one in Public Health, Joa discovered her mission. Understanding that the intersection between language/culture and thriving communities is through cultural and linguistic quality services, Joa has worked with several organizations to raise awareness and reduce health and social disparities in vulnerable populations.

Joa is a contracted consultant for several organizations, including the CDC, as an HIV Prevention Trainer. In addition to consulting, Joa has been actively involved in diversity initiatives such as Building Integrated Communities in Winston-Salem, NC, Head Start's Health Services Advisory Committee, City of Winston-Salem Human Relations Committee, and YMCA's Latino Achievers.

Joa is an advocate for those who do not have a mic, a mom, and passionate about sharing her message about human potential. She was recently published as a co-author of Hispanic Stars Rising, Vol. III sharing her story.

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