Jamie Najera is a Clinical Educator at Esperanza Health Centers in Chicago who is passionately
committed to advancing health equity and ensuring optimal community health outcomes. Drawing on
her extensive knowledge and expertise, she works tirelessly to bridge health education and prevention
disparities, playing a pivotal role in transforming how care is delivered within her community.
In addition to being recognized for her leadership skills and expertise, Jamie is also an advocacy
champion. She holds positions on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Hispanic Nurses
(NAHN), serving nationally and within its Illinois state chapter. Through her work with NAHN, Jamie
dedicates countless hours to volunteering in the community.
Jamie's commitment to disease prevention is evident through her comprehensive approach to
education. With a profound belief in the potential for a more equitable healthcare landscape, she strives
daily to uplift those she serves and works diligently with her community to pave the way for improved
health outcomes. As a graduate student at Chamberlain University, Jamie has a vision for a future in
public health and aims to refine healthcare systems and craft impactful policies that can create a