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Honoring H’Tuyet

Posted on Monday, October 9th, 2017 by Elizabeth Biddle.
From left to right: Faiza Ohag, H'Tuyet Joyce, Brenda Jasso and Sara Rubio Correa

From left to right: Faiza Ohag, H'Tuyet Joyce, Brenda Jasso and Sara Rubio Correa

At the end of September, H’Tuyet Rahlan Joyce stepped down from her role as Refugee Health Coordinator at the CNNC. After 15 years of working and serving the community, we are sad to see her go. Snow, as she affectionately goes by, has served countless Montagnard, Vietnamese and other refugee newcomers over the years. She has worked along side community partners to ensure that newcomers to our area receive access to health services they need and depend on.

If you have worked alongside Snow or have been impacted by her dedication in some way, share your Snow story with us! Celebrate her service to the community by supporting the Immigrant Health ACCESS Project or provide scholarships for eligible immigrants and refugees to attend the two-day interpreter training.

We wish Snow the best in her future endeavors!

H'Tuyet assists an IHAP client.

H’Tuyet assists an IHAP client.

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