Jennifer M. Torres Del Valle, MPH, MBE
Jennifer M. Torres Del Valle is the Program Director for the Family Resource Center and Health Education (FRCHE) department. Ms. Torres Del Valle oversees the FRCHE programs at both the Camden and Woodbury facilities which include: the ESL/Civics services in partnership with Camden County College, Pediatric Asthma Prevention Program (PAPP), HIV Prevention (LUCES and Brothers United), Domestic Violence, LIHEAP, Job Development, the Hispanic Women’s Resource Center, and the Families in Motion program. In addition, she oversees the Evolution and Evergreen Family Success Centers. In her role, she is the point person and leader responsible for supervising grants, staffing, training, performance evaluations, ensuring compliance, and promoting quality assurance.
In 2009, Ms. Torres Del Valle graduated from the Medical Sciences Campus of the University of Puerto Rico with a Master’s in Public Health specializing in Gerontology. In 2012, she graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM), Spain with a Master’s in Clinical Bioethics. She is currently a PhD candidate at the UCM Department of Preventive Medicine. She brings in more than 10 years of research experience as well as coordinating and evaluating community health and human services programs.
Ms. Torres Del Valle was a visiting scholar at the Dr. James F. Drane Bioethics Institute of Edinboro University, Pennsylvania. She is a member of the National Association of Community Health Centers and the American Association of Public Health and currently serves as the chair of the Quality Improvement and Performance Improvement at the Community Health Net (FQHC) of Erie, Pennsylvania.