Mrs. Ortega joined the International Panel Physicians Association in May 2014. Prior to becoming the Executive Director of IPPA, Alexandra worked as a program manager at medium and high-volume Panel Physician sites in Ciudad Juarez and Mexico City, Mexico. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Digital Media Based Imaging from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Texas at Houston School of Public Health. Her primary focus is in Global Health, with concentrations in Epidemiology and Leadership. Alexandra has experience in qualitative behavioral research, field epidemiology methods and program management.
Dujuan James, MPH joined the International Panel Physicians Association as a Program Manager in June 2018. Dujuan has his Bachelor’s in Biology with minor in Public Health from Morehouse College, as well as his Master in Public Health from Loma Linda University. Before joining IPPA, Mr. James worked for a non-profit organization in San Bernardino County, CA. For his master-level practicum, Mr. James served as a program manager creating health education and community-based services to low-income parents and students in the surrounding community.