Maryland Latinos Unidos

Laura Gutierrez is the Hispanic Community Services Specialist in the Office of the Mayor in Annapolis, Maryland. Mrs. Gutierrez’ work in Annapolis and the creation of Cuidate has helped reduced the number of COVID-19 cases. Her efforts are key to the overall mission of MALVEC to get the overall Latino population vaccinated.

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Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz is an Associate Professor at George Washington University. Dr. Rodriguez is also the Director of of the Community-Oriented Primary Care Program in the Department of Prevention and Community Health, George Washington University – Milken Institute School of Public Health. His work in the efforts of educating individuals on COVID-19 is crucial to the efforts MALVEC exudes.

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Dr. Gabriela D. Lemus is the executive director of Maryland Latinos Unidos, who is one of the founding members of MALVEC. Her work and dedication to the mission MALVEC exudes is what helps drive the push to get Latinos in Maryland vaccinated.

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The Maryland Nonprofits 2021 Annual Conference (#MANOAC21) will be presented virtually on October 20-21, 2021. The conference is presented in partnership with Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth (MARFY), Maryland Latinos Unidos (MLU), Maryland Philanthropy Network, and the Governor’s Grants Office. This year’s conference theme, “Preparing for Growth” encourages nonprofit leaders to be […]

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On March 16, 2021, Governor Hogan received a letter from Maryland Nonprofits and Maryland Latinos Unidos signed by more than 500 signatories, including 221 organizations and 287 individuals. The letter urges more equitable vaccine access across the state and requests that nonprofits have a role in the distribution process.

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Maryland Latinos Unidos is pleased to welcome its first slate of officers effective February 1, 2021.

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Unifying efforts across Maryland to support all Latino and immigrant populations.

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