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Viola Gomez M.

Director Of Grants and Programs

PathStone Corporation

HQ Phone: (585) 546-7180

PathStone Corporation

400 East Avenue

Rochester, New York 14607

United States

Company Description

Begun in 1969, PathStone is a private, not-for-profit regional community development and human service organization providing services to farmworkers, low-income families and economically depressed communities throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Project Administrator
Rural Opportunities

Board of Trustees
The Anthem Foundation of Ohio

Director of Grants and Programs
Rural Opportunities , Inc.

Director, Grants and Programs
Pathstones

Health Administrator
Rural Opportunities , Inc.

Teacher's Aide
Texas Migrant Council , Inc.

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
Health Path Foundation of Ohio

Member
National Advisory Council on Migrant Health

Web References (45 Total References)


Cisneros and the other ...

www.mhpsalud.org [cached]

Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.

...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''
...
Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.
...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''


Cisneros and the other ...

www.mhpsalud.org [cached]

Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.

...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''
...
Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.
...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''


Enedelia Cisneros, Promotora

www.migranthealth.org [cached]

Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.

...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''
...
Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.
...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''


Enedelia Cisneros, Promotora

www.migranthealth.org [cached]

Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.

...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''
...
Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.
...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''


Enedelia Cisneros, Promotora

migranthealth.org [cached]

Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.

...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''
...
Cisneros and the other Promotoras often arrange appointments with great urgency, as some 44 percent of the pregnant women served during the past two years did not begin their prenatal care until the third trimester, said Viola Gomez, the project administrator for Rural Opportunities.
...
No wonder, Gomez said, that only ''very, very special women'' are up to the Promotora task.
Yet the rewards -- particularly within a culture where family means everything, where members tend to remain more fused than scattered -- are great.
''Why are we here,'' Gomez asked, ''if not to help those who weren't born with an equal chance?''

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