Alejandra Flores-Miller

Role: 
Staff
Research Program Coordinator - Bilingual
Alejandra Flores-Miller

Alejandra Flores Miller works as a Research Program Coordinator for a  PCORI-funded randomized controlled study evaluating the impact of a mHealth-enhanced retention support on HIV virologic suppression. 

She has worked in several research projects and has conducted in depth interviews, focus groups, planned CAB meetings and have worked with quantitative and qualitative data. 

In 2008 she helped with the development and implementation of the Latino Outreach Program which  consisted in identify venues and opportunities to promote our HIV/STI prevention in the Latino community in a culturally competent environment where we provided Counseling and Testing for HIV and syphilis to up to 1000 people a year. 

In 2015 she was a recipient of the Johns Hopkins Diversity Award.

Since 2016 she has being working at the Bartlett Specialty Clinic doing patient advocacy, retention, linkage to care. She co-leads a monthly Latinx Support bringing the patients to a safe place where they can share their experiences and hear about others that are going through similar situations.  

She coordinates the activities of the Latinx Outreach Team that provides HIV testing, education and Linkage to Care in partnership with BCHD.