Last October, I was honored by the staff and membership of the California Primary Care Association (CPCA) at a reception celebrating my 20 years at the helm of the organization. It was an amazing evening filled with longtime colleagues, mentors from throughout my...
The Castellano Family Foundation, created by my parents, Alcario and Carmen Castellano, recently celebrated its 15th anniversary on June 23, 2017, at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose. This is such a huge milestone for my family and an important opportunity to...read more
I have always thought it was important that women in leadership positions invest time and effort in helping other women to advance in their careers. More and more I have realized the importance of encouraging young women to pursue leadership positions as they plan...read more
On Wednesday, May 3, 2017, I kicked off our biggest Day at the Capitol event ever with a celebration of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on the West Steps of our State Capitol. I stood shoulder-to-shoulder with more than 300 community health center advocates and elected...read more
I spent two days last week at the California Primary Care Association (CPCA) office in Sacramento attending our Workforce Convening: A Pathway to Building a Long-Term Primary Care Strategy aimed at developing strategies to address California's primary care workforce...read more
Every day since last November’s election, we have waited with anticipation, wondering what President Trump and the Republican Congress would do with the Affordable Care Act. Through all the tweets, leaks, concept papers and trial balloons, our concern and trepidation...read more
If the Affordable Care Act is repealed, Californians will suffer. Members of the United States Congress need to know that before they vote. Millions of lives will be impacted. The actions of the congressional majority will have real consequences affecting the health...read more
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