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End Social Isolation and Loneliness Action Forum

        Save the Date Free, virtual event October 11, 12 & 13   Click HERE for More!   The Foundation for Social Connection invites you to save the date for our 2022 End Social Isolation and Loneliness Action Forum. This international...
Community Health Weavers certificate program

Community Health Weavers certificate program

        The disruptions of COVID have accelerated the embrace of community health workers in the United States and around the world. The processes of testing, helping families quarantine, treat and recover amid the economic and social traumas...

Scott Reiner — “Defining Chapter 2”

Scott Reiner — “Defining Chapter 2”

  Success to Significance Leader Series Scott Reiner with host Dr. Dora Barilla "Defining Chapter 2" February 24, 2022 A true visionary called to serve and lead, Scott Reiner has been at the forefront of a healthcare revolution, ushering in a new era built upon a...

Education as Equity

Education as Equity

  Loma Linda University Health Opens Doors to Opportunity for San Bernardino’s Underserved   By Melanie Raskin Along with delivering world-class health care, San Bernardino, California’s, Loma Linda University Health is also in the transformation business:...

Isabella Mendoza: Finding Her Voice — and Her Purpose

Isabella Mendoza: Finding Her Voice — and Her Purpose

The aha! moment for Isabella Mendoza, a junior at California’s Pepperdine University and currently applying to dental school programs, came when she first heard about social determinants and public health as a high schooler in the Loma Linda University Health Discovery and Transitions to Success programs.

Damaris Govea: San Manuel Gateway College Opens Door to Hope

Damaris Govea: San Manuel Gateway College Opens Door to Hope

Damaris Govea was disheartened. After immigrating to the U.S. from Mexico as an 18-year-old, she’d worked hard to learn English and earn a college degree, but she couldn’t break through to a satisfying career and was continually sidelined into low-paying jobs. One day, tired of knocking on doors closed to opportunity, Govea decided to change everything.

Mohamed Jawara: The New Face of Health Care

Mohamed Jawara: The New Face of Health Care

Mohamed Jawara is used to being flexible and fast on his feet. After immigrating to the U.S. from Sierra Leone as a 12-year-old, he attended five middle schools in three year as his mother pursued better job opportunities, often working two shifts to make ends meet.