22 Mar Liliana Rojas-Guyler, PhD, CHES
Liliana Rojas-Guyler, an associate professor of Health Promotion & Education at the University of Cincinnati, has published and presented widely on minority health issues, particularly those relating to Latina health. She serves the American Association for Health Education, Eta Sigma Gamma National honorary, Bienestar, Abriendo Puertas and other community programs. She is a founding member of the Latino Health Collaborative and an associate of Harmony Garden due to her Community Based Participatory Research initiatives and her commitment to health education programs that enrich the lives, health and wellbeing of girls, particularly those who may be in vulnerable or disadvantaged positions. She was the PI on the Latina Girls Health Initiative Soy Única, Soy Latina! funded by the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati ASAP Center and secured graduate student funding by Susan G Komen. Liliana is the Faculty Sponsor for Eta Sigma Gamma UC and, as ESG National Professional Board Member-At-Large, focuses on celebrating nationwide chapter accomplishments and advocacy. Liliana has been honored with the Horizon award from AAHE and the Sister Margarita Brewer HOPE Award, to “exceptional individuals devoted to enhancing health and education options for the Hispanic/Latino population.” A native of Colombia, she resides in Cincinnati since 2002.