NYC Hep C Task Force Leadership
Margarita Cabral – NYCHA, NAACP, New American Chamber of Commerce, Christian in Business Radio (Margarita.Cabral@nycha.nyc.gov) is an Administrative Staff Analyst for the New York City Housing Authority. She is also Vice President for Clergy Affairs at the New American Chamber of Commerce.
Jazmin Rivera – Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness – Tackling Youth Substance Abuse (firstname.lastname@example.org) leads the Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success grant as Project Coordinator for Tackling Youth Substance Abuse (TYSA).
Hep C Task Force Board Members
Guiding Documents & Reports
Former Advisory Board Members
Fabienne Laraque, MD, Medical Director at Department of Homeless Services. Fabienne worked for the NYC Health Department since 1997 in the Bureaus of Maternal & Child Health, TB, and HIV and is currently the Medical Director of the Viral Hepatitis Surveillance, Prevention & Control Program.
Katie Bornschlegel, MPH, NYC DOHMH coordinated hepatitis B and C surveillance projects for the NYC Health Department for many years. She has developed and conducted numerous projects aimed at using surveillance data to identify gaps in care for New Yorkers living with chronic hepatitis B or C.
Jamie Favaro, LMSW, IDUHA Coordinator (email@example.com) previously worked in homeless services, transitioning from providing case management to running a self-started 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, the Washington Heights CORNER Project, which provides resources and targeted services to a population base of homeless individuals who are also injection drug users and/or sex workers. She currently provides consulting services to the Injection Drug Users Health Alliance (IDUHA).
Joshua Sippen, VP Community Health, Community Health Action of Staten Island (Joshua.Sippen@chasiny.org) Joshua Sippen has been working in HIV prevention and care work since volunteering at Gay Men’s Health Crisis, conducting all-day safer sex workshops. He has served as the Executive Director of FROSTD and the Managing Director of FROSTD/Harlem United’s Housing Division. Josh currently serves as the Director of Health Education for Community Health Action of Staten Island.
Natalie Kil, MPH, Mount Sinai – Harlem Community Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) Natalie Kil, MPH, oversaw the grants management of the Mount Sinai Primary Care Hepatitis C Program Clinical, Outreach, and Research programs. Natalie was a founding member of the Harlem Hep C Task Force.
Natalie DiRocco MPH, Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness
Hema Santhanam NP, Damian Family Health Center
Mary O’Connor, Staten Island University Hospital
Rick Anthony Richards, National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS
Veronika Dubrovskaya MD, Gotham Medical Associates