Rosa Flores is Vista Community Clinic's Health Resource Advocate where her work centers primarily on connecting historically underrepresented communities to resources through comprehensive outreach, coalition building, leadership development, and community organizing. Her goal is to promote and ensure all North County San Diego residents choose health.
An heir to the immigrant experience, Rosa's volunteer work is dedicated to advocating for immigrant rights and policy. She is a former volunteer with Latinos Organizing for Action of North County and the Imperial Legal Outreach Program legal team at the American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego and Imperial Counties where she worked to ensure the correct implementation of the TRUST Act and assisted in providing legal resources to migrants in detention, respectively. Rosa is a recent graduate of MANA de San Diego's Latina Success Leadership Program. She has a history of canvassing for local campaigns and issues throughout San Diego and is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the North County Immigration Task Force.
A graduate from San Diego Sate University with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor Spanish, Rosa is wholeheartedly committed both personally and professionally to immigrant, health, and educational justice in San Diego.