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KEEPIN' IT 100 Fireside Chat
Alfonso Gonzalez Loeschen is Chief Executive Officer of Nespresso North America, the pioneer and reference for highest-quality portioned coffee. Appointed in January 2020, Alfonso leads the Nespresso business across Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Moderated by Michael Taylor
Senior executive lead at Microsoft and moderator of virtual speaker series, Keepin’ It 100, where guests from outside of Microsoft bring their expertise and speak about diversity, access, equity, mental health and inclusion.
"It Is Okay To Not Be Okay
No Estar Bien, Esta Bien"
Meet the Panelists
Moderated by Erica Sandoval
Erica Sandoval is an award-winning mental health practitioner, founder and CEO of Sandoval Colab and Latinx/e in Social Work, and 4x published author of Latinx/e in Social Work, published in both English and Spanish.
President and CEO at Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. (R.A.I.N.), agency sponsor for Dr. Torres in this Latinx edition, Vice Chair for the Committee on Public Health and the only Social Worker serving on the New York State Public Health and Health Planning Council.
Jean Carlos Osorio
Jean Carlos Osorio is a NYS Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Certified Dialectical Behavioral Therapist (CDBT) and the founder and Clinical/Executive Director at Minds Together, LCSW.PC.
Budy (pronounced Beauty) Jamilly Whitfield is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 18 years of experience as a Senior Leader managing programs and treating a wide variety of adverse experiences.
Julissa Vásquez is a passionate licensed clinical psychotherapist and serves as a board member on the Latino Social Work Coalition & Scholarship Fund. Inc., is an adjunct professor at New York University. She is also a contributing author of the Amazon Best-Selling book Latinx/e in Social Work.
Antonio Morales is a licensed clinical social worker and the founder of The Liberated Self Therapeutic Services, LLC, a private practice dedicated to serving the mental health needs of Black and Brown folk, across communities.