May is MayView’s Month!

Celebration of MayView in May 2017 

Thank you to everyone who helped to make May is MayView’s month 2017 a success. We look forward to celebrating with you again in 2018!

May 2017 was extra special because we celebrated our 45th anniversary!


 May 25, 2017: This year our featured speaker was Sarah de Guia, Executive Director of the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN).

Sarah de Guia is a graduate of Santa Clara University School of Law, where she was awarded the 2011 Student Award for Social Justice and was the 2010 recipient of the Herman Wildman Social Justice Writing Award. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley in Ethnic Studies and Public Policy in 1999. Sarah previously worked with CPEHN in 2008 as Project Manager for the Having Our Say Coalition, where she organized the statewide coalition to advocate on behalf of communities of color for health care reform. Sarah has also served as the Health Program Manager for Latino Issues Forum and as Legislative Analyst for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund. Sarah has advocated on women’s health and reproductive justice, language access, immigrants’ rights, and expanding health care to communities of color through legislative, budgetary and regulatory processes.



Parent Workshop presented by Healthier Kids foundation of Santa Clara County




Diabetes Workshop




Other partners for May is MayView’s Month include:



Cinco de Mayo

Our MayView staff kicked off our May celebration on Cinco de Mayo at our Sunnyvale clinic.

Carmen Navarez, MD, was our keynote speaker for our 2016 May is MayView’s Month. Dr. Navarez is IMG_6557the Public Health Institute’s vice president for external relations, preventive medicine advisor and director of the Center for Health Leadership and Practice. A long-standing voice for the public’s health, Nevarez is responsible at PHI for developing relationships with health and public health organizations and interests, incubating new project areas and public health advocacy. In 2010, she served as president of the American Public Health Association and was their first Latina President.


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