Inna has over 30 years of experience in the medical care field. She worked at Good Samaritan Ambulatory Care clinics, Santa Teresa Kaiser, Los Gatos Community clinics, and joined the County of Santa Clara in 2000.
Taking a holistic approach and putting needs of patients first is part of her philosophy. As a manager of Ambulatory Health Education Department, she provides strategic leadership and oversees coordination of all Ambulatory health education services and programs. She finds common language with everyone by using her knowledge in human psychology and practicing emotional intelligence. She feels passionate about her work and strives to find ways to improve and inspire. Inna has a Doctorate degree in holistic healing, Master’s in public health and gerontology, bachelor’s in nutrition science, and she is a certified Life Coach. She enjoys writing, cooking, painting, spending time with her family, especially with her lovely twin- daughters and beloved black Labrador. Inna does freelance writing for magazines and has published two books for children about healthy eating habits.
seena nair, Mph
Health Education Specialist
Seena joined the Ambulatory Health Education Department in 2016 as a health educator and has since developed and maintained health education programs for the department and is the lead coordinator of the Maternal Health & Baby Education program.
She is thrilled for the opportunity to share her passion for education with the expectant parents. She is a Certified Lactation Educator. Prior to the Health Education Department, Seena worked at the Quality and Safety department – County of Santa Clara, UCSF, and the California Department of Public Health and was responsible for coordinating research grants, literature review, analyzing data, developing databases, and creating user manuals for staff education. She has a Masters in Public Health from San Jose State University and a Bachelors in Accounting and Auditing from India. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, traveling and watching movies.
YULIANA MARTINEZ, RN
Clinical Nurse (Extra Help)
Yuliana has worked as a Medical Assistant and Phlebotomist for 10 years. She recently joined the Ambulatory Health Education Department and is excited for this new journey. Her goal is to deliver efficient and effective services to our prenatal classes’ patients.
She is fluent in Spanish and received her Nursing degree from Evergreen Valley College in 2018. When not at work or school, Yuliana loves to spend her time with her family, either at the park watching her son play soccer, with her daughter in gymnastics, or just relaxing at home. Family is very important to her.
DALILAH FLORES, MPH(c.)
Health Education Specialist
Dalilah joined the Ambulatory Health Education Department in 2017 and brought with her nearly 10 years of experience as a health educator. She began as a peer health educator at California State University, Fresno where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science.
She eventually moved on to work as a health educator in Tulare and Kings Counties in a clinical setting before relocating to the County of Santa Clara. She is now the lead coordinator for the Tobacco-Free Program. She is also involved in standardization efforts and is an instructor for the Maternal Health & Baby Education Program. Dalilah is currently finishing up her Master of Public Health Degree. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, photography, hiking, and spending time with her niece and two pugs.
Health Service Representative
Kassandra joined the Ambulatory Health Education department in 2018. She is currently pursuing her A.S. in nursing at De Anza College to eventually become a Nurse Practitioner. In her experience, Kassandra has worked in multiple clinical settings that have prepared her for her current role with the Maternal Health & Baby Education program.
Kassandra’s career goals are to provide exceptional care for her future patients. She is still undecided between a role in the Emergency Department, Cardiology or Neonatal Care. She was born and raised in the San Jose area and hopes to be able to give back to her community. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, binging on Netflix and taking her dog, Scooter out for a walk.
Salah has over three decades of experience in the medical field. He earned a degree in Medical Sciences from University of Algiers and a certificate in Research/Clinical Trails Design and Management from University of California, Santa Cruz Extension Program.
After four years spent at Stanford’s Oncology Clinic, Salah joined Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in 2002 working at GI Clinic, Radiation Therapy, and now Ambulatory Health Education Department. He enjoys spending time with family, hiking, traveling, watching plays and sports games (soccer and track & field). He also like political debates, French literature, arts and music, and other cultures. Salah speaks four languages.