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CNNC is Hiring!

Immigrant Health ACCESS Project & Interpreter Bank

Posted on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 by Elizabeth Biddle.
H'Tuyet assists an IHAP client.H'Tuyet assists an IHAP client.

After 15 years, H’Tuyet Rahlan Joyce or Snow, as she affectionately goes by, will be leaving the CNNC at the end of September. Snow has long advocated for refugees and immigrants, having worked in a variety of positions and programs at the CNNC. She has shared with us her tremendous amount of expertise, skills and knowledge of navigating health systems and working in the community. Her joyful, calm presence will surely be missed by the clients she has served, partners she has worked along side, her peers and those she has supervised. The CNNC wishes her all the best in her future endeavors.

With Snow’s departure, the CNNC is looking for the following: