Catherine Sangueza has worked with international community development through the Peace Corps and Partners of the Americas. She has also been a Spanish teacher. For the last eight years, she has volunteered in Winston-Salem as a translator at the Community Care Center and with the Hispanic Community of Our Lady of Mercy Church. She has a degree in Community Nutrition from Oregon State University.
Mary Lynn Wigodsky, MSN, has worked as an advanced practice nurse and a community volunteer for over 35 years. Most recently, Mary Lynn has worked in church-related outreach and community organizing with Communities Helping All Neighbors Gain Empowerment (CHANGE). She chaired a successful community initiative to institute a stricter testing rule for childhood lead poisoning and brought government and health groups together to address substandard housing.
The Foodways & Roadways exhibit featured oral histories of local older adults, photo essays by middle school students and archival images of Winston-Salem as it reflects on the local food environment, past and present.Read More
In alignment with the Maya Angelou Women's Health and Wellness Center, Novant hosted a forum online to share ideas for solutions to a specific issue. Sara Quandt, an Associate Director of the Program in Community Engagement shared her ideas for creating equity in access to healthy foods.Read More
On Thursday, May 9th, the Winston-Salem Centennial Festivities will have its kick-off event. There are several events celebrating Winston-Salem's one hundred years planned for the four-day celebration, May 9-12, 2013.Read More
On March 18, 2013, a community workshop on clinical research was held at Goodwill Industries. The goal was to share knowledge on clinical research and clinical trials.Read More