The Mexicanation of Oregon: Gay Mexi-Male will be handing out the cas$h to Illegal aliens: Homosexual Martinez , former anchor baby?
Martinez Joins Oregon Primary Care Association as Outreach & Community Services Coordinator
Oregon Primary Care Association – 02/19/09
ORCA is yet another government org. that helps dole out cash to illegal aliens; which is why a Mexi-Male has the job . From Ontario Oregon, his parents were most likely Illegal and he is an anchor baby.
Bonus points for being a Gay Latino, just like the Mexican Illegal who tried to kidnap a 12 year old boy for sex today in Oregon.
Joke: whats the difference between a gay mexican and a straight mexican? answer: two beers.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb 19, 2009 – David Martinez has joined the Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA) as outreach & community services coordinator. He will be responsible for developing and implementing outreach, health policy and advocacy strategies for OPCA and its 27 member community health centers, comprising nearly 160 sites. He also will manage OPCA’s efforts with federal health policy issues.
Martinez served most recently as policy & constituent relations manager for Multnomah County Commissioner Maria Rojo de Steffey. In that capacity, he handled issues ranging from health care and mental health to economic development and transportation/land use. He also spent 12 years in education, in positions including director of multicultural student services and programs at Western Oregon University and student development and leadership advisor at Portland State University.
Born in Ontario, Oregon, Martinez earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Willamette University. He is an active community volunteer, serving on the boards of Cascade Aids Project, Portland-Guadalajara Sister City Association and Q Center. He founded and chairs the Annual Portland Latino Gay Pride Celebration. Just Out recently named him one of Portland’s Top 25 LGBTQ Community Leaders.
The Oregon Primary Care Association is a nonprofit membership organization of 27 Federally Qualified Health Centers located across the state. OPCA provides advocacy on public policy and technical assistance and training to members to enhance health equities and increase access to comprehensive health care for low-income and vulnerable Oregonians. For more information, visit http://www.orpca.org