Ana has worked in many realms of customer experience and with diverse populations. After completing their bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Mills College, they turned their interest to equitable healthcare, as they strongly believe racism and other forms of marginalization are a public health crisis. They hope to help increase accessibility regardless of one’s race, gender, income-status, ability, or body-size.
Ana strives to meet every encounter in their role with compassion and the understanding that especially in healthcare settings, depending on your identity, your access to resources and needs may differ. Having a specific interest in care for birthing people, they found Quilted Health to be the perfect intersection of their passions, and the work they hope to implement in healthcare settings. You may find yourself getting a friendly email, call, or text from Ana to help coordinate the best care possible for your needs.
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minor in Art History
Additional Clinical Interests
Aspiring Full-Spectrum Doula, Social Justice, Healthcare Equity, Queer Health, BIPOC Health, Accessibility for the Disabled and Lower-Income Status Populations