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Jackie Lopez

Jackie Lopez is a member of the federally recognized, Tejon Tribe. She was born and raised in Kern County. Jackie comes from a family of 14 children, 9 girls and 5 boys. She and her husband, Ramiro, of 47 years, have raised 3 children and they have 10 grandchildren. She has worked in the medical field, in management, for the past 35 years. Jackie is now happily retired. She leads praise and worship at her church and, also serves as a board member. Jackie is also involved with her tribe and serves as the chairperson of the Health Department.

1 Corinthians 15:58 says – “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be all of you steadfast, immoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as all of you know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” Jackie believes in her heart that servanthood is the key to a meaningful and fulfilled life! She is honored to be a part of the Bakersfield American Indian Health Project and serving our native community.

As a measure of strengthening and improving Bakersfield American Indian Health Project’s services, BAIHP has partnered with California State University of Bakersfield to perform SWOT of our services. Please help us improve by taking the following survey that best applies to you:

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