Latinos in the South welcomes Daniela Cerón to our team! Daniela is our Community Engagement Specialist and will be working closely with our team as we launch our Substance Use and Behavioral Health Assessment of Latinos living in the Deep South.
Daniela Cerón recently earned her Master’s in Social Work from the University North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a concentration in Community, Management, and Policy practice.
Daniela is passionate about fostering community partnerships to promote equitable outcomes for marginalized communities. As someone who grew up in Rural Hall, NC she is also committed to working with rural communities across North Carolina.
Prior to joining Latinos in the South, Daniela worked with the Latino Migration Project to partner with local governments to create inclusive practices and policies for immigrants and refugees. She has also worked with people experiencing homelessness and spent some time in Alamance County working in early childhood education.
Daniela holds a Bachelor’s degree from Elon University in Strategic Communications and Religious Studies. In her free time she enjoys gaming, gardening, and painting with watercolors.