History

The Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives (AHHE) was founded in 1988 as a national voluntary organization seeking to foster programs and policies to increase the presence of Hispanics in health administration professions.

AHHE is the first organization devoted exclusively to Hispanic healthcare executives and to the education of the healthcare industry about the Hispanic healthcare marketplace.

The East Coast Chapter of AHHE was founded in New York City in 1999 as a regional affiliate of the national organization and became the national headquarters in 2002. Based in New York City, membership has grown to over 415 individuals and 17 organizations in 14 states. In 2004, AHHE formed a strategic partnership with the National Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Health which addresses supplier diversity and coverage of uninsured small businesses. For further information, contact us at www.ahhe.org

Mentee Experience

  • Michele Ainyayor
    MHA Candidate
    Columbia University

  • Fatema Begun
    MPH Candidate
    Columbia University

  • Jose Flores Rodarte
    MD/MPH Candidate
    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Pedro Acosta
    MHA Candidate
    Long Island University

    Thanks AHHE for provifing such a wonderful experience.

  • Suad Jalloh
    BS Candidate
    NYC College of Technology-City Tech (CUNY)

    One of the best programs I have been part of.

  • Michele Ainyayor MHA Candidate Columbia University
  • Fatema Begun MPH Candidate Columbia University
  • Jose Flores Rodarte MD/MPH Candidate Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
  • Pedro Acosta MHA Candidate Long Island University
  • Suad JallohBS Candidate NYC College of Technology-City Tech (CUNY)

WHY JOIN US

Attend exclusive health events

Join a network of diverse leaders

Mentorship and sponsorship opportunities

Access to jobs and career development

Opportunity to be highlighted in AHHE Newsbrief

Participate in local AHHE activities