Héctor Manuel Ramírez #HispanicHeritageMonth #LatinxHeritageMonth
Héctor Manuel Ramírez is a disability rights advocate focused on disabled people, families and communities, is on the board of directors at Disability Rights California and with National Disability Rights Network, an Office of Health Equity Advisory Committee member at California Department of Publish Health, on the Behavioral Health Task Force, active with California DHCS and is also currently the Access for All Underserved Cultural Communities Chair at the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health./p>
Hector holds a Ph.D. in neurochemistry and has a background in communications and psychology. He currently works with county, state, national organizations, and policymakers to create legislation to reduce mental health disparities, especially for racial and ethnic communities.
For over two decades, Hector has been active volunteering with several organizations and working on several boards, including National Disabilities Rights Network, Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and various organizations across Los Angeles County.
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