200 N. Chatham Ave. Siler City, NC 27344     919-742-1448

Month: October 2020

Welcome Elena Gonzalez, our new Workers’ Rights Coordinator!

We want to extend a warm welcome to Elena Gonzalez, who joined our team this October as our new Workers’ Rights Coordinator. Elena is originally from Chiapas, a town on the border of Mexico and Guatemala. She grew up in Mexico, but also lived for many years in Guatemala. She moved to Siler City in 1999. As soon as she arrived, she found The Hispanic Liaison and an opportunity to get involved in the community. Elena has been a part of El Vínculo ever since, first as a client, then a volunteer, and she served as a member of the Board of Directors for 10 years.

Previously, Elena worked as an Assistant Nutritionist at Siler City Elementary and was the Breast Cancer Prevention Coordinator for El Pueblo in Raleigh for 3 years. She graduated from CCCC’s Natural Chef Program, and has been a trained chef since she lived in Mexico. Elena is honored for the opportunity to support our community and fight for the rights of workers. Welcome to our team Elena!

Workers, join the fight against Covid-19!

Do you work in a poultry plant, meat or food processing, or a farm? Would you like to help in the fight against COVID-19? If so, we invite you to participate in a research study to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.

This study is a collaboration between The Hispanic Liaison and UNC’s School of Medicine. You will be asked to participate in up to 4 visits of about 1 hour each and will receive $25 per visit.

The visits can be at the COFF-NC office in Siler City or at your home. As part of this study, health personnel will collect samples of your blood, saliva and nasal passages.

You will NOT receive any medical treatment, medications, nor vaccines. It’s safe and confidential.

If interested, please call Melissa at 919-869-5595 or visit:

Click here for more information

Click here for study Facebook page

Thank you for joining the fight against Covid-19!

Join our team!

All positions have now been filled. Please check again later.  
 Associate Director, Sanford Office ~ this position has been filled, more information soon!

The Associate Director to help establish and lead our new satellite office in Sanford, Lee County, scheduled to open in early 2021.

Workers’ Rights Program Coordinator – this position has been filled, welcome Elena Gonzalez to our team!

The coordinator will work in partnership with  poultry workers, contractors and other organizations to protect and advance the rights of poultry workers.

Avocacy & Civic Engagement Program Manager ~ this position has been filled, welcome Maria Gomez Flores to our team!

The Advocacy and Civic Engagement Program works to build the long-term power of directly impacted Latinxs and protect and advance the rights of immigrants in North Carolina. 

Marketing Communications Manager ~ this position has been filled, help us welcome Bryant Parroquin to our team!

The Marketing Communications Manager is responsible for planning, executing, and managing impactful communication strategies in support of our organization and mission.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

EVH is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diversity and inclusion. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
We do not discriminate based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religious beliefs, disability, sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

Welcome Maria Gomez Flores to our team!

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Maria Gomez Flores, our new Advocacy and Civic Engagement Program Manager.

Maria is originally from Guatemala and moved to Siler City when she was 3 years old. She graduated from Jordan-Matthews High School and earned degrees in Political Science and Latinx Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2018. From a young age, Maria has questioned the social and political structures that have affected her day-to-day life.  At The Liaison, Maria is currently focused on GOTV and Census outreach efforts. Through education and mobilization, Maria will empower directly impacted Latinxs to work collectively to address issues of common concern. We are so happy to have you on our team, Maria!

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