Funded by the Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country grant from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the Community Health Representative is responsible for providing community health care services that support patients living with chronic disease(s), and connecting patients to the right initiatives and resources. They are the liaison between patients in the community, NACA providers, and the Health Promotion staff.
Selena is a member of Diné (the Navajo Tribe). Born in Farmington, New Mexico, she was raised by her Grandmother in Chinle, Arizona, Red Valley, Arizona, and Rough Rock, Arizona. She currently resides in Flagstaff, Arizona with her family. Selena enjoys spending time with her family, riding horses, roping, traveling, reading, being culturally active, and staying physically active with her family.
Selena received her Certified Dietary Manager/Certified Food Protection Professional (CDM/CFPP) from Central Arizona College, and has completed the IHS-CHR basic training.