The second face-to-face meeting was incorporate as the Latino Institute at USCA, Nov 7th, 2007
Jose Colon from Pacientes de SIDA pro Policitica sana & UDCAS PR; San Juan, PR
Yolanda Rodriguez Escobar from Mujeres Contra El SIDA, Inc.; San Antonio, TX
Kaieleah Sumpter from South Carolina HIVAIDS Council; Columbia,SC
Raymond Rodriguez from PR Community Planning Group; San Juan, PR
Victor Martinez from BIENESTAR; Los Angeles, CA
Julie Davids, Executive Director of CHAMP; Providence, RI
Second Face to Face Meeting in Palm Springs, CA - November 7th, 2007
Working Groups divided by region during the second face-to-face meeting
Northeast Region brainstorms on critical issues in their area
Sergio Farfan from Louisiana Latino Health Coalition for HIV AIDS Awareness during working group session
Christopher Bates, Acting Director of HHS Office of AIDS Policy is the first registrant to the National Latino Hispanic AIDS Leadership Summit
Alberto Santana from Florida State Deptment of Health and Carlos Soles from Office of Minority Health Recources Center report back to the group.
Puerto Rico reports back to the attendees after working groups session
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