Welcome to the 14th AMM Virtual Event!

    Trauma, Language, and Social Justice    

Let's get ready for a fun, interactive learning event and member meeting!  Many items below have been updated, so be sure to take a new look at the information and provide links below.



2021 NCIHC Language Access Champion

NCIHC is proud to announce that Ira SenGupta was named the 2021 NCIHC Language Access Champion during the NCIHC Annual Membership Meeting on April 10, 2021.

Congratulations to Ira SenGupta!



For the full Agenda with speaker bios and a description of the Language Access Cafe topics, click on the link below.

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Sponsors |  Exhibitors 

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Continuing Education Credits Overview
#NCIHC2021 Approved for National Accredited Instructional CE Hours

CCHI CEUs - Healthcare Interpreters - MasterWord's Online Store

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IMIA - Medical Interpreters - CEUs - MasterWord's Online Store

6.5 CE hours

0.5 CE hours



Keynote Speakers

Click here to read the full press releases Dr. Anisa Ibrahim

Dr. Anisa Ibrahim is a UW Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and the Medical Director at Harborview Pediatric Clinic. Dr. Ibrahim’s specific clinical interests include caring for and outreach to immigrant and refugee populations, specifically those with medical or social complexity.  Dr. Ibrahim is a strong advocate for community-focused work and partnerships. She is the president of the Board of Directors of the Somali Health Board, a local community organization addressing health disparities in the Somali community. Nationally, Dr. Ibrahim is an executive committee member of the American Academy of Pediatric’s Council on Immigrant Child and Family.


Click here to read the full press releases Toc Soneoulay-Gillespie

Toc Soneoulay-Gillespie has over 20 years of experience working with and advocating for communities impacted by inequitable systems and structures of oppression. As a 1.5 generation refugee, she also brings a unique perspective for understanding the strengths and complexities of working with refugees and immigrants. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology/Sociology from Eastern Oregon University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Both her undergraduate and graduate research comprised of the use of participatory action framework to explore and address the disparities in meaningful language access for limited English proficient individuals in healthcare and the U.S. Citizenship & Naturalization process. As an interpreter, consultant, trainer, and community organizer, she believes strongly in raising awareness about meaningful language access and when introduced with humility, can reshape the narratives of limited English proficient communities, and ultimately transform systems. Ms. Soneoulay-Gillespie was appointed by Governor Brown to serve as a commissioner on the Oregon Commission on Asian Pacific Islander Affairs and as a council member of the Governors Behavioral Health Advisory Council. In her current role as Director of Community Health at Health Share of Oregon, she works in partnership with the community to identify opportunities to advance health equity and improve health outcomes for historically underserved communities.