Project management, Community Engagement, Evaluation and Research Support
Alejandra Cabrera, MPH, is an experienced programs manager who has worked with tribal communities to implement, monitor, and evaluate multifaceted community-based research and programs. She has deep knowledge of trauma-informed care models, harm reduction approaches, and client-centered practices and has a background in HIV/AIDs treatment and prevention, substance misuse and overdose prevention, resilience-focused interventions, community engagement and outreach, tribal public health capacity-building and quality improvement, and strategic planning. She is passionate about supporting programs and services that aim to improve health equity and social justice and reduce health disparities among vulnerable and marginalized communities, with a focus on Hispanic populations and cultural values.
Alejandra holds a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a Master of Public Health from San Diego State University. She works in partnership with AKA on project management, community engagement, evaluation and research support, and content development.