Meet our Resource Coordinators
Meet your Resource Coordinators! By providing service coordination to you and your families, our Resource Coordinators are focused on creating access to the supports you need. We’re also dedicated to making sure you have the support you need to stay healthy, like access to nutritious foods, mental healthcare and more. Find forms to work with a Resource Coordinator here.
Vanessa Solorio (she/hers/ella)
Vanessa (Pronouns: She/Hers/Ella) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network and in partnership with C4 Chicago. Vanessa has past experience in Mental Health. She enjoyed helping the diverse community be aware of all the resources that are provided by the state and helped with case management.
"I think being a Mexican-American I have experienced somewhat of the struggles that the diverse cultures faces. It is important to be able to reach out to the community and for them to feel comfortable to speak to you and provide all this resources that can help and benefit every individual in each household. What I would like from AHHN is for families to feel comfortable to reach out to us and be more aware of all the great resources that this team can help with on a daily basis."
You can contact Vanessa via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jazeline Rodriguez (she/hers/ella)
Jazeline Rodriguez (Pronouns: She/Hers/Ella) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in partnership with Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI). Jazeline was a Community Organizer at Brighton Park Neighborhood Council prior to joining the AHHN team.
"I will be returning to school in the fall for my PhD Program for Clinical Psychology so I can provide authentic services to our underserved communities. I am looking forward to unraveling the circumstances in our communities and having the team and resources to serve our youth and parents."
You can contact Jazeline via email: email@example.com
Sophie Dickinson (she/hers)
Sophie (Pronouns: She/Hers) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in partnership with LSSI. Sophie has several years of work and volunteer experience in different aspects of the social services field. Sophie has volunteered as an ESL tutor with several refugee outreach organizations. After earning her Bachelor of Arts in English, Sophie worked in Hyderabad, India as a teacher at a children's home for orphaned or vulnerable children. Through that experience Sophie learned about building bridges between different cultures, languages, and life experiences. Back in the US, Sophie spent some time teaching immigrant youth in a trauma-informed way, and most recently worked as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) providing behavioral therapy for kids on the autism spectrum.
"I'm proud of the variety of experiences that I've had, and I feel that it's strengthened my understanding of life experiences that may be vastly different from my own. I hope to pursue a Masters in Social Work to continue working with vulnerable populations and advocate for dignity and equity for all walks of life. I'm excited to help people feel seen and fought for in the midst of some potentially overwhelming circumstances, in a world where a lot of people are overlooked."
You can reach Sophie via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diana Alvarez (she/hers/ella)
Diana Alvarez (Pronouns: She/Hers/Ella) is a Helpline Operator with the All Hands Health Network in partnership with CareAdvisors. Diana grew up in Little Village and was a Public Health Ambassador with Envision Community Services prior to AHHN, where she focused on outreaching in the West Lawn community while providing resources to community members. Before Envision, she worked at Asian Human Services as a Crisis Counselor and Career Services Navigator, where she enjoyed the one-on-one personal interactions with the clients she served.
Diana is looking forward to "working with families and individuals in the community to help them thrive within their communities."
You can contact Diana via our AHHN Helpline: 312-971-3044
Atzimba Rodriguez (she/hers/ella)
Atzimba (Pronouns: She/Hers/Ella) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in partnership with CareAdvisors. She has extensive experience volunteering to provide services to different communities, the ones that she enjoyed the most was organizing and doing research for UNITE 1 to help workers receive fair wages and better labor benefits. In this role, she is looking forward to assist in bridging the health gap amongst communities through a holistic approach.
You can contact Atzimba via our AHHN Helpline: 312-971-3044
Jenna Chapman (she/hers/ella)
Jenna Chapman (Pronouns: She/Hers) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in Partnership with LSSI. Jenna values helping her community in whichever way possible. She believes "You bring into existence what you focus on with passion" Law of Attraction! she is attracting a better environment for her children to grow in by paying it forward.
You can contact Jenna via email: Jechapman@luriechildrens.org
Guadalupe Contreras (she/hers/ella)
Guadalupe (Pronouns: She/Hers/Ella) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in Partnership with CareAdvisors. She understand the importance of linking families to resources and the overall impact it has on a families ability to thrive. She pride herself in working alongside families in the Chicagoland area for approximately 9 years.
She hopes she expand her families networks by informing them of accessible community resources. Her goal in this new role is watch them thrive in their own communities and build strong foundations for future generations.
You can contact Guadalupe via email: Gucontreras@luriechildrens.org
Aryanna Boatner (she/hers)
Aryanna (Pronouns: She/Hers) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in Partnership with LSSI.
In the past, she was given the opportunity to work with Aunt Martha's, where she was a Youth Support Specialist, or as the youth referred to her as, "Big Auntie". In this role, she helped the youth maintain proper body hygiene awareness and helped facilitate after school programs participation. In addition, she created and ensured safety and a well-being check in with each youth participating in the program through proper utilization of behavior management techniques. Her personal journey of experiencing homelessness led her to want to prevent others from feeling like they are suffering from lack of resources. This ultimately led her to a passion of Social Work and helping individuals, families and communities who deals with difficult or stressful situations. Currently, she is a mentor at National Louis University pursuing a degree.
You can contact Aryanna via email: email@example.com
Erica Browne (she/hers)
Erica (Pronouns: She/Hers) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in Partnership with C4. Prior to joining the AHHN team, Erica volunteered her time leading a small community organization in Oklahoma. She enjoys collaborating with community leaders to best serve the people in the community.
She is passionate about expanding access to services for marginalized communities and individuals; especially through minimizing stigma that exists around seeking help. She is looking forward to connecting families with resources that can make a real difference in their lives.
You can contact Erica via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Raymond Velez (He/Him/El)
Raymond (Pronouns: He/Him/El) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in Partnership with C4. He has experience being a Case manager for the mental health community. Ray enjoys helping people find resources within their community.
You can contact Ray via email: email@example.com
Bryan Oleas (He/Him/El)
Bryan Oleas (Pronouns: He/Him/El) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in partnership with C4.
You can contact Bryan via email: Boleas@luriechildrens.org
Gloria (Pronouns: She/Hers/Ella) is a Resource Coordinator with the All Hands Health Network in partnership with CareAdvisors. She previously worked at a residential facility for children and adolescents with severe behavioral and psychiatric complexities for ten years. She is looking forward to a new journey that will allow her to continue to grow, learn and most of all make a difference in people's lives that otherwise would fall through the cracks.