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                                                                       Raquel Diaz-Sprague, PharmD MS MLHR, is an Adjunct Instructor at the Ohio State University, College of Medicine & Public Health and President of Technical Support Inc., a Public Relations/Communications firm. She teaches Medical Communication with Latino Patients and conducts surveys and research on Latino/a communication and health issues.

She is the Founding director of La Clinica Latina, a free clinic run entirely by volunteers. She is also the Executive Director of the Association for Women in Science of Central Ohio and a national correspondent for AWIS Magazine, the quarterly publication of the Association for Women in Science, based in Washington, DC. Since 1999, she directs the Women in Science Day program. The annual program hosts 7th to 10th grade girls selected by their teachers from a couple of dozen Central Ohio schools. The girls participate in science-based workshops and activities led by women faculty in science and engineering at Ohio State University. Diaz-Sprague has received numerous awards and honors, including a Fulbright Fellowship, "Outstanding Woman in Science" and "Making a Difference" Award from the State Government, the Health Hero Award from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and was inducted into the Ohio Women's Hall of Fame in 1991.