Bianca joined the Health Foundation in 2012. She manages the Healthy Kids Priority Area, which includes the IGNITE initiative and work in school health. In this capacity, she works with grantees and community partners to focus on increasing opportunities for disconnected youth through out of school programs and developing coordinated and integrated K-12 school health programs across the region. She is passionate about improving the health and lives of young people in the region.
A native from El Paso, Bianca earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX and a Master of Arts in International Education from the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT.
February 14, 2019
Soon, individuals will have access to a new trail segment that will connect safe routes to neighborhood destinations and provide greater opportunities for increased physical activity.
This new trail segment will run along the Franklin Canal from Presa Place to Loop 375 in the Lower Valley and is part of the over…