San Antonio HIV Health Services Planning Council

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San Antonio Area HIV Health Services Planning Council Members

MembersExpirationAppointment SourceDate of AppointmentTerm (Yr)
Chavira, Alfred
2/28/2024
Commissioners Court
12/7/2021
2
Goodwin, Latoya
2/28/2024
Commissioners Court
6/7/2022
2
Pleasant, Ronique
2/28/2021
Commissioners Court
12/11/2018
2
Serrato, Santiago
2/28/2020
Commissioners Court
4/24/2018
2
Smith, Korie
2/28/2023
Commissioners Court
6/15/2021
2
Villareal, Mikela
2/28/2023
Commissioners Court
6/15/2021
2
White, Marjoriee
2/28/2021
Commissioners Court
4/23/2019
2
Zapata, Jamie
2/28/2021
Commissioners Court
4/23/2019
2
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San Antonio's Planning Council is a 30-member planning body made up of volunteer community members who have been appointed by the Chief Elected Official (CEO) of Bexar County, the County Judge of Bexar County, Texas, to serve a two-year term. The CEO appoints individuals who have a wide range of viewpoints and expertise they can bring to the Council. These individuals include health care providers, public health officials, consumers, people of various race and ethnic orientations, as well as people from different parts of theTGA. At least one-third (33%) of the Planning Council members must be people living with HIV. These members bring the consumer's point of view to Planning Council discussions. Council members typically commit two to ten hours a month to attend Council and Committee meetings.

Visit the HIV Health Services Planning website for more information.