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For Immediate Release
January 06, 2016
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Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network Congratulates Herminia Palacio on Her Appointment as Deputy Mayor for Health & Human Services of New York City
Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network Congratulates Herminia Palacio on Her Appointment as Deputy Mayor for Health & Human Services of New York City
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio introuduces Dr. Herminia Palacios as the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services

New York, January 5, 2016. The Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network congratulates Dr. Herminia Palacio on her appointment by Mayor Bill de Blasio as Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services of New York City.

The Latino Commission recognizes Dr. Palacio’s vision and pioneering work in the health and human services field, particularly her key role in helping to develop new health-focused leadership programs that connect people across sectors and disciplines and capitalize on technology to promote networking and mentoring.

“The Latino Commission on AIDS looks forward to working with and supporting the leadership of Dr. Palacio in addressing the health needs of all New Yorkers.” Stated Guillermo Chacón, President of the Latino Commission on AIDS and founder of the Hispanic Health Network



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