Josie Ramos, MA
Josie Ramos is a founding member of PHI’s Rise Up. In addition, she is the principal investigator for GOJoven’s 2012-15 Summit Educational Scholarship Fund, which supports youth health leaders’ educational goals. She is also the program manager for the GOJoven Belize Pilot Program funded by the Summit Foundation.
Josie has a master’s degree in literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a bachelor’s degree with honors from Stanford University. She is a certified sex educator at San Francisco Sex Information, where she volunteers. She has served on PHI’s Institutional Review Board for more than five years.
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