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AWFH-NYC is a women lead, community based health organization dedicated to advancing Asian Women’s health through providing communities with critical access to free breast and cervical cancer as well as mental health workshops to deliver culturally and linguistically appropriate health education to the public with an emphasis on preventative care.
Connecting women on important health issues, and giving voice to their personal journeys to become inspiring agents of change. Building an online family to share information and support, while reducing language barriers and time restriction.
Partneted with clinics and doctors to increase the public awearness about the breast cancer, cervical cancer and mental health.
A Columbia graduated healthcare professional and a skilled and passionate community advocate, a dedicated community organizer and trainer, Corinne has provided capacity building, technical guidance and network enhancement to community-based organizations and providers serving Asian Americans in the greater New York area. Both mainstream and Asian media outlets have featured Corinne’s efforts and highlighted her dedication to reducing health disparities related to mental health, and breast cancer. She also serves on the following committees: the National Advisory Panel on Addressing Disparities for PCORI (Patient-Centered Outcome Research Institute), the National Advisory Council the for Asian & Pacific Islander National Cancer Survivors Network.
founder and president of Greater New York Asian Women for Health
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