Miriam Hernández graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the Autonomous University of Baja California in 1988. In 1989, she obtained her Professional Title as a Surgeon and Midwife. She worked as a General Practitioner for ten years in Tijuana, B.C., supporting low-income communities. She was the Director for the Community Center Health Unit at the Iberoamericana University. During this time, she designed and implemented Health Promotor Programs. In 2000 she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Science from the United States. For 14 years she worked for Providence Health and Human Services as Coordinator, Supervisor, and Manager in the Development and Training of the health Promotor Program for the Latino Community. Miriam is currently Visión y Compromiso’s Job Training Manager. She has participated in different advisory and groups to carry out the role of the community health promotor in various sectors.