Dr. Lianne Urada appears on podcast to celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month

SD Filipino Cinema. Nemeth Narratives, Season 2

Lianne A. Urada, Ph.D., MSW, LCSW—a tenured professor of Social Work at San Diego State University and an Associate Adjunct Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Global Public Health in the Department of Medicine at UC San Diego. Dr. Urada's groundbreaking research addresses crucial issues like human trafficking, homelessness, HIV, and community trauma.

Be inspired by her insights on her career and life, and her unwavering dedication to making real positive change in our society.

Nemeth Narratives Season 2: Hidden Stories are voices of communities and individuals who’ve had unique yet connected global, state, or local events, past and/or present. Most have impacted history in San Diego County in a positive manner but are often unknown to the general public.

These sessions are in partnership between the Nemeth Foundation, San Diego Filipino Cinema, New Americans Museum as well as the various communities of San Diego County.

Categorized As