Taylor Dominguez, MPH, is a Curriculum Design and Training Specialist at ASU OCHER. She received her Master of Public Health in May 2020 with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. Taylor joined the OCHER team in August 2022 and is working collaboratively to increase the ability of Community Health Workers (CHWs) to provide culturally relevant, trauma-informed assessment, referral, and direct services to children, youth, and families. Prior to joining the OCHER team, Taylor provided evidence-based early childhood development training to parents, and taught social-emotional skill building classes to children 4 to 8 years old. Taylor also aided in the launch of a bereavement support group for Opportunity Youth in the Tucson community. Most recently, Taylor worked with disabled students and employees at the University of Arizona where her focus was to ensure that UAZ's student curriculum and workplace policies are useable and accessible through consultation and outreach. She has a passion for mental health promotion, maternal and child health, border and bi-national health, and addressing health disparities.