Training Team

The Training Team is a multifaceted component of the FISH infrastructure. 
Responsibilities of the team include: training new members, global health presentations, pre-trip training, Spanish language development for associates, and blood pressure competency training. 
The training team serves as the main educational component of FISH and works to strengthen the organization's understanding of ethics, cultural competency, and sustainable development.

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Jillian Cooper

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Jazmin Michel Mondragon

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Jakeline Larios

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Jennifer Navarrete

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Juhi Mehta

Not pictured: Samuel Zamora, Tobie Jessup, Mallika Shah, Karolina Herrera

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Angel Robles,
Co-Director of Training

Daniel is a fourth-year Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology Major from Mission Viejo, California. In Fall 2019, Daniel was drawn to FISH by the opportunity to immerse in a service-oriented community, learn about global health, and further develop his Spanish skills. Through FISH, Daniel learned much about culturally competent volunteering and the challenges people face in the pursuit of healthy living. As Co-Director of Training, Daniel hopes to provide FISH associates with exciting and enriching ways of furthering their Spanish so that FISH can more deeply connect with the residents of Maclovio Rojas and better fulfill its mission to provide sustainable, compassionate service. After graduation, Daniel aspires to attend medical school and explore the field of medical research.

Carla Mosquera, 
Co-Director of Training