Health Equity Council

“Over the past few months, it has been difficult to witness racially-motivated violence targeting the elderly and some of the most vulnerable members of the AAPI community.  I am proud to see our organization, one that serves the needs of over 7,000 physician members in LA County, take a public stance against xenophobia, racism, and discrimination.  I am grateful to see LACMA’s commitment to promoting racial equity, and embracing the value of every individual equally, regardless of their race, culture, background, or identity, as part of its work to build healthier communities in LA.”  Dr. Diana Shiba, LACMA President.

The Health Equity Council would like to invite members who represent the Asian American Pacific Islander communities, who wish to be active in leadership, and be considered to join HEC as a possible chairperson.  This individual will be considered to join Dr. Resa Caivano and Dr. Hector Flores, current chairs.  This role is an incredible opportunity for a member who is currently an active advocate and representative for the AAPI community, to be a part of solution building and the revitalized, and more inclusive direction current LACMA leadership is promoting.  

To submit your name, click below and tell us why you would like to be considered for future leadership with the HEC in 2021.

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