We invite you to join Sandra Osorio, Nitanga Jean de Dieu, and Jodi Harper as they lead Your Health New Hampshire on Mondays at 9am! Sponsored by Southern NH Area Health Education Center (also known as SNHAHEC), Your Health New Hampshire Is a bi-weekly show that will explore the many services available through SNHAHEC and their partner networks. We recognize that where you play, work, stay, and pray has a big impact on your ability to be healthy, and this show will look at classes and services available to help you be well and live your most healthy life.
On our show we give our community tools to find the right education, incentives, social support, motivation, and strategies to adopt and maintain healthy behaviors and helping people to manage their chronic disease.
Sandra Osorio, Interpreter Services Coordinator, Medical Interpreter, CHW
Sandra is fluent in Spanish and English, was born in Colombia South America and arrived to the United States in 2007. She did the Community-Medical Interpreting Training in SNHAHEC and graduated in 2015, since then has been working as a community/medical interpreter for school districts in New Hampshire and specialized in the medical field working for local hospitals like The Elliot in Manchester, NH and St Joseph’s in Nashua NH.
Her range of experience has extended beyond the hospitals and she now specializes in training new interpreters, Community Health Worker training events, Walk With Ease group programs.
She enjoys learning, experiencing different cultures, traditions and foods. Also exercising and spending time with her family and friends.
Nitanga Jean De Dieu, Program Coordinator, CHW.
My name is Nitanga Jean De Dieu, a Program Coordinator at Southern NH AHEC. I graduated with BA from Southern NH University. My work with AHEC started 4 years ago working with the amazing after school Health Career Exploration. Having spent the last couple of years working with the Health Career Exploration program, my role has recently changed and I am now more involved in our wellness programs. I am certified to facilitate the Chronic Disease Self-Management workshop and the Walk with Ease workshop. I enjoy sports, traveling, food, family and anything that can get me to move.
Jodi Harper, Associate Director
Jodi joined the AHEC team in 2017 as a Project Director, helping to lead programs that expose high school youth to health career opportunities. She was recently named Associate Director, where she supports the mission of Southern NH AHEC and works to help expand opportunities for NH residents to participate in and lead classes helping others manage their chronic conditions. As someone who lives with a few chronic diseases herself, Jodi enjoys spreading the word about these classes and programs that have helped change her better manage her health.
She graduated with her Master’s in Social Work in May 2018 from Boston College School of Social Work and is working towards becoming a LICSW. Jodi has extensive experience working with diverse populations through her work as the Program Director at BRING IT!!! and has developed a real love of the mandazi her former students still share with her from time to time.
When she’s not working, you can often find Jodi enjoying the company of a good book, going for a nature walk, exploring new gluten free recipes, or getting crafty with yarn and fabric.
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