Luisa Santa, MPH
Luisa Santa is a passionate advocate for women of color, and she seeks to identify areas of need and apply her extensive knowledge of public health to programs and initiatives that truly improve the lives of others. Following a decades-long commitment to public health education and nonprofit work, she has worked to elevate the visibility of many organizations and target outreach opportunities within the community. Luisa is also an educator/facilitator/trainer and has run facilitation groups for a range of diverse populations, including the military, law enforcement, youth populations, the elderly and juvenile hall as well as adults and prenatal families. Some of her other interests include public speaking, making sure messages are culturally sensitive and inclusive of the population being served, and addressing health disparities with underserved populations.
Luisa holds a master's in public health from California State University of Long Beach and a B.A. in communications and Spanish from California State University of Fullerton.
In her free time, you can find her traveling the world with her husband, hiking with her dog, or trying new restaurants and seeking new adventures!