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Nataly Diaz is passionate about creating a robust and diverse healthcare workforce that is responsive to and reflective of the many unique communities that exist across our country. As the Deputy Director of Workforce Development at the California Primary Care Association, she has designed and implemented a number of initiatives that have fostered pipeline partnerships, expanded community-based training, and removed barriers inhibiting provider recruitment and retention in community health centers.
She has built a network of stakeholders, elected officials, philanthropic leaders, health system employers, and beyond to address the health workforce shortage that affects access to quality health care for the most vulnerable patient populations, including those that are low-income, uninsured, and underserved. She believes the answers to our most pressing healthcare concerns lie within community partnerships and collaboration. Nataly earned her B.A. in Human Biology and Society with a minor in Public Health from the University of California, Los Angeles and is a M.B.A. Candidate at the University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management.