Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate and recognize the many contributions of individuals of Hispanic Heritage. At Family First Health, we are excited to shine a light on some of our Hispanic team members who contribute to our work and community every day.
Today’s spotlight is on Yasmin Rogers, who is the Dental Billing Specialist Lead on our team. Yasmin has been on the Family First Health team for almost 18 years. Read more to learn about Yasmin’s Hispanic Heritage, and how her heritage influences her work.
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From what country do you or your family originate?
What does your heritage and Hispanic Heritage Month mean to you?
Hispanic Heritage Month means being proud of who I am and what I’m able to do as a Hispanic. Also, it means noticing the progress Hispanic people have made in America.
How does your heritage influence the work you do?
My heritage influences the work I do because I’m able to help others who are not bilingual with paperwork and to provide translation for them.
What are some of your favorite family and/or cultural traditions?
Dancing salsa and making different foods.
What is something you wish others knew about Hispanic Heritage?
Hispanic Heritage doesn’t have an official language. Spanish, and all Indigenous languages, are considered National languages.