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Carmen Nevarez“Being at PHI has given me both the freedom and the support to take what we’ve learned from our work over the last years and apply it in a very urgent arena: the issue of opioid abuse and its impacts on communities.

“PHI provides a comprehensive approach to the business end of the work, which frees me up from trying to find the people to do that.

“There’s also a variety of opportunities here for thinking and working with PHI’s community of like-minded people. We all believe we’re moving a complex social justice agenda forward, and there’s a huge amount of talent so there’s always somebody to talk to.”

— Carmen Nevarez, MD, MPH, Director, PHI’s Center for Health Leadership and Practice and PHI Vice President for External Relations

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