Jenny Pool Radway
Born and raised in Costa Rica in a bicultural and bilingual home, Jenny immigrated to the United States as a teenager. She attended Ripon College in Wisconsin where she graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish and a minor in Classical Studies.
Family Engagement Manager, Early Learning & K-12
Maritza Romero, who joined the LCHC team in 2015, has once again joined the Hispanic Council. Previously, her position in the Hispanic Council was the Services Coordinator and she currently works as a Family Engagement Manager, Early Learning & K-12.
Advocacy and Civic Engagement Manager
Born and raised in Astoria, Andrea Gonzalez graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Portland State University’s School of Social Work. She joined the Lower Columbia Hispanic Council in Summer 2017, but has been a member and received services from the organization since 2011.
Born in Oaxaca, Mexico, Nayeli has lived in Astoria for over ten years. She has worked in canneries and has recently completed her GED to continue her studies at Clatsop Community College. At the LCHC, Nayeli is a member of the OHP team, where she helps with outreach, enrollment, and assists in navigating the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) system.
La Voz de la Comunidad Assistant
Minerva Moulin Alvarez was born in the city of Mexico D.F. but she grew up in Morelia, Michoacán, México. Her parents are traders in the automotive industry and she studied a degree in Social Sciences and Rights at the UMSNH. Completing her studies in 1996, she emigrated to USA in 1998, to Seaside, where she carried out different jobs in the hospitality area.
Monica Moulin, was born and raised in Mexico City, doing her middle and higher education studies at UMSNH and becoming a graduate of Medical Vet. Zoot. It’s been a few years since her family life settled in Oregon and now they have 15 years living on the coast.
Program Support Specialist
Guadalupe Beltran was born and raised in the city of Mexico and graduated from the College of Humanities Sciences (Colegio de Ciencias Humanidades). She immigrated to the United States in 1999 and started her career in Childhood Education a couple of years after.
OHP Enrollment and Outreach Assistant
Born in Aguililla Michoacán, Mexico, Rosa was brought to The Unites States when she was 10 years old. She lived in Tillamook Oregon for about 12 years, graduated from Tillamook high school and attended Tillamook Bay Community College.
Adriana Sofia Caron
Census Assistance Center Specialist
Born in Oregon, raised primarily in Oregon and California, Adriana has been back in her birth state for almost a decade. She spent a year near family in Guanajuato, Mexico attending La Valenciana for third grade and visited family in San Miguel de Allende most summers.