TAPCHW leadership is comprised of certified CHWs and CHW Instructors from CHW training centers and local/regional coalitions & associations across the great State of Texas including: Northeast Texas Community Health Worker Coalition, West Texas Community Health Worker/ Promotores Association, West Texas AHEC, National Community Health Worker Training Center - Texas A&M, DFW-CHW Association, Texas Gulf Coast CHW/Promotores (TGCCPA), & Tyler Junior College.

TAPCHW Interim Board of Directors (from left to right, top row): Kim Bush, Christie Cofer,Ashley Rodriguez, Denise Martinez, Julie St.John, Denise Hernandez. (from left to right, bottom row): Katy Nimmons, Debra Flores, Roxana Lopez, and intern Callie King. Not pictured: Dolontria Williams.


Photo taken November 2019


Our Mission is to support and expand opportunities for the CHW profession at the state and local level through advocacy, education, empowerment, and policy.

  • Plan and offer TAPCHW annual conference

  • Establish online presence through website, social media, workplace, and outreach

  • Engage in advocacy for the P/CHW workforce through biannual newsletter, legislative meetings, and collaborations with affiliates and organizations

  • Increase the number of member and affiliates in 2020 by offering opportunities for engagement, mentorship, and resource sharing across the state

Our Affiliate Member Organizations


We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that serves all Community Health Workers across Texas that is led by certified CHWs and CHW Instructors.


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