Marietta Factora is the Community Engagement Associate at the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum a national health justice organization which influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. Marietta is responsible for providing high-level administrative and coordination support to APIAHF’s Engagement Branch. Her role requires working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders including CBO partners, funders, and subcontractors. Some of her duties include coordinating logistics for national, regional, and local meetings, trainings, and conferences, supporting the development and updates of program planning activities, and the coordination of communication activities including social media and project webpages. Marietta has successfully planned various APIAHF events and provided program support to the AIM for Equity Network and the WKKF-funded Racial Equity Initiative.
Marietta previously worked as the Executive Assistant to the VP at APIAHF for over three years; worked as the Cross Programs Assistant under the Director of Programs at Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations AAPCHO for one year; and interned at Kaiser Permanente Oakland’s Health Education Center.
Marietta received her Bachelor of Science in Health Education with an emphasis on community-based public health from San Francisco State University.