Do the Change with Aldo Muñoz, MPH

Join the conversation between Tyra Parrish, MPH, and Aldo Munoz, MPH, and gain fresh perspectives on the field of Industrial Hygiene in regards to how we as future leaders can protect workers and create accessible information channels for workers. In this episode, Aldo and Tyra talked about how Aldo entered the field and how the field of Industrial Hygiene is decades back in regards to race, ethnicity and gender and that there is lots of room for improvement.

Reimagining OEHS with Aldo Muñoz, MPH (Part 1)

Do the Change: Reimagining OEHS with Aldo Muñoz, MPH and Tyra Parrish MPH (Part 1)

Reimagining OEHS with Aldo Muñoz, MPH (Part 2)

Do the Change: Reimagining OEHS with Aldo Muñoz, MPH and Tyra Parrish, MPH (Part 2)

About Aldo Muñoz, MPH:

Aldo Munoz is a recent MPH graduate from the University of California, Berkeley. Originally from Chula Vista, Aldo currently works as an industrial hygiene consultant in the Bay Area and volunteers for the Maquiladora Health and Safety Support Network (MHSSN).

Aldo Munoz, MPH, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. Get ready to be inspired as we uncover Aldo's journey from a Health Communications major with a minor in computer science degree to a Masters in Industrial Hygiene, and how his passion and alignment for protecting people in workspaces has led him to the field.

About This Week's Host:

Tyra Parrish, MPH, is a graduate of UC Berkeley's School of Public Health with a concentration in Global Health and Environment and a speciality in Multicultural Health. 

Tyra is an advocate for mentorship, lifting others up and helping someone avoid the obstacles that she faced going into the field. Tyra wants to make these conversations as casual and fun as possible and she is excited for you all to listen to her talk with amazing people some of which are close friends, people she met along the way, friends of friends, etc.