Patricia Juarez-Carrillo

1514 Hawthorne
Center for Inter-American Border Studies - Hawthorne Street House
El Paso Texas, 79968
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Patricia M Juarez-Carrillo
Staff, Center for Inter-American and Border Studies (CIBS - Chicano Studies
Coordinator, Center for Inter-American and Border Studies

Dr. Juárez-Carrillo's professional work focuses on public environmental health issues for minority populations, including research, coordination, evaluation of community-based interventions, and health impact assessments. Her work is based on the principles of environmental justice, community empowerment, education, and equity with cultural sensitivity approaches. Themes covered are public health, extreme heat, occupational health, pesticides, water and sanitation.She teaches an environmental justice online course within the Chicano Studies Program for undergraduate students and gives presentations for other courses in social work and public health. Dr. Juárez is the coordinator of the Center for Inter-American and Border Studies. She worked for the Center for Environmental Resource Management for over 17 years and received the “Texas Environmental Excellence Award” in 2007 for the “Healthy Homes” project. She has been a consultant for government and non-government organizations, co-authored a book chapter, facilitated trainings, and has drafted numerous educational materials for the public. She received the 2018 SOPHE PAPER OF THE YEAR AWARD, open accessEnglish: http://bit.ly/2tZVxCWEspañol: http://bit.ly/2GNYm1nShe volunteers as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Health Promotion Practice Journal and the National Community Coalition Board for COVID-19 NCRN.


  1. Environmental health
  2. Environmental justice
  3. health impact assessment
  4. Drinking water
  5. Human security
  6. Pesticides
  7. Border studies