Ingrid Mapanao

Outreach Manager

As the Outreach Manager, Ingrid is responsible for managing and implementing Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s outreach initiatives to healthcare providers and low income constituents. Ingrid develops and executes plans for outreach to and engagements of healthcare providers, build and maintain relationships with key organizations working with low income communities and manages the organization’s participation at national conferences. Prior to working as the Outreach Manager, Ingrid was responsible for assisting in the implementation of LBBC’s Young Women’s Initiative (YWI) and the Hear My Voice Outreach Volunteer Program as the Program Coordinator, Outreach and Partnerships.

Ingrid has a background in public health and an interest in working with underserved populations and women’s health. She received her bachelor’s degree in health science with a minor in public relations from San Jose State University. Ingrid’s prior experience includes working as the project coordinator of the North County Prevention Partnership at Asian American Recovery Services’ (AARS), a program of HealthRIGHT 360. In that role, she implemented a community-based partnership grant on alcohol and drug environmental prevention policies. Ingrid also served as a youth activities coordinator for AARS’s Safe-Summer Activities Program and a team lead with SJSU’s Peer Health Education Program. 

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Ingrid moved to the Greater Philadelphia Area seeking to grow professionally and personally. During her free time, Ingrid loves catching up with friends at local coffee shops, working on Do-It-Yourself (DIY) projects and spending hours watching YouTube videos for some good laughs. 

 

What inspires my work at LBBC:Working for LBBC doesn’t feel like “work” to me. I feel blessed to be  part of an amazing team who truly care about the people we serve.  I’m also inspired by the stories of those touched by breast cancer. Hearing their stories keeps me going and motivates me to help make an impact in some way even if it’s just simply putting a smile on someone’s face.

My favorite quote to live by:“Do not educate yourself to be rich, educate yourself to be happy.”