In alphabetical order by first name
Evaluation and Impact Manager
Ashley is our Evaluation and Impact Manager. She leads the design and implementation of a comprehensive strategy for measuring the impact of our VidaSana Program to ensure that our organization deepens and broadens its influence on the life of Latina immigrant women in Jackson Heights. She recently received her Masters in Public Health from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Prior to coming to Grameen PrimaCare, Ashley worked with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and various community-based organizations on Latinx health issues. She also holds a B.A. in Chicana/o Studies from UCLA.
Grameen VidaSana Primary Care Physician
Dr. Diana leads the day-to-day operations of our newly launched primary care practice in Queens. Originally from Colombia, Dr. Diana completed her residency training in Family Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, and has worked as a family physician and HIV specialist in the Bronx for the past 10 years. Prior to this, she ran group programs for Hispanic women. She is passionate about building long-term relationships with our patients and their communities, and has a strong interest in preventive medicine and using an integrative approach to treat chronic conditions.
Grameen VidaSana Nurse Practitioner
Greg joins GPC after previously working for two very successful non-profit start ups: Harvard Eating Disorders Center and The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, and helping to launch Grameen PrimaCare in 2013. He has also worked at The Foundation for Dance Promotion/Bill T. Jones Dance Company and the NYU Langone Medical Center. He is a graduate of Rollins College. Having been to 104 countries, Greg is an avid traveler and has also studied abroad in Australia.
Grameen VidaSana Health Coach
Haydee is a fervid advocate for rights, health, and the well-being of Latino community members. Haydee has worked at non-profit organizations as a financial counselor, delivered financial literacy services, and developed and implemented financial inclusion programs for low-income families, always looking for new ways and models to empower communities. Being a Health Coach is a great opportunity to continue with her community advocacy. Haydee holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
Grameen VidaSana Operations Coordinator
Johanna coordinates the daily operations of the VidaSana primary care practice. She has worked for other philanthropic projects in the area which has given her a great insight of the social and cultural characteristics of the Latino community. Originally from Colombia, she came six years ago and completed her B.A. in Psychology and Communication Sciences and Disorders at Queens College. Prior to coming to Grameen PrimaCare, Johanna served as a volunteer at the NY Presbyterian in Flushing and also as a Research Assistant at the Neurolinguistics lab in the CUNY/Graduate Center.
Director of Programs
As Director of Programs, Judith assists with the development of educational programming and research activities with a focus on women’s health/maternal health. Judith graduated from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health with a Masters in Public Health, completing her thesis on maternal health. She has worked on research projects/initiatives such as Get Healthy Harlem and Project SHARE, both of which are a part of The Harlem Health Promotion Center. She also holds a B.A. in Psychology and Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis.
Luz is our first Promotora working in the South Bronx to support and promote healthy living in the community. Before joining the Promotoras program, Luz was one of the first Health Coaches at Grameen VidaSana, where she provided one-on-one counseling, healthy cooking demonstrations, and mediation sessions. Born in the Dominican Republic, Luz immigrated to the US in 2005 and became a Certified Community Health Worker at LaGuardia Community College in 2013. Luz is proud to serve a community of women that overcome financial hardships, health problems, and personal challenges every day in order to lead healthier lives. In her spare time, Luz enjoys nature, meditating, and spending time with her family.
Grameen VidaSana Health Coach
Marcela is a Grameen VidaSana Health Coach. She provides clients with a rich and extensive background in healthcare that resonates about a decade of professional work as both a nurse and administrator. Originally from Cali, Colombia, she brings joy and passion to both her clients and co-workers. Marcela holds a Bachelors in Nursing and a Masters in Public Administration. She previously worked at NYU Lutheran Family Health Centers as a Patient Navigator for the DOH’s HIV grant providing the community with social support and resources at free/low-cost services. When Marcela is not in the office you can catch her at museums looking at the latest pieces of contemporary art or enjoying a stroll through one of the many parks hidden in the city.
Maria Marcos Arnaud
Maria is one of our Recruitment Specialists. She supports the recruitment efforts of the Grameen VidaSana program in order to make its services more accessible for Latino immigrant women in Jackson Heights. Maria holds a Master in International Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Prior to coming to Grameen VidaSana, Maria worked for over 12 years in nonprofit organizations focusing on comprehensive community development strategies.
Martha is joining Grameen Promotoras after previously working with Grameen America for about 3 years. As a Promotoras Assistant, Martha will be working closely with the Promotoras and the women in the community by providing surveying assistance and administrative support. She received her B.A. in Business Administration and Pubic Relations in Quito, Ecuador. Prior to joining Grameen, Martha has also volunteered with Upwardly Global, a nonprofit that assists immigrants rebuild their careers in the US.
Mercy M. Martinez Campos