Rosa Villoch-Santiago, MPA

Program Manager, Global Cancer Prevention

Rosa Villoch-Santiago is a program manager in the Global Cancer Prevention and Early Detection team. She leads the All of Me cancer education program focused on offering women opportunities to gain a holistic understanding of their health to reduce their cancer risk, increase their ability to find it early and to stay healthy. She has been with the American Cancer Society (ACS) for twelve years. Prior to joining Global Health, she worked in the ACS South Atlantic Division where she directed community outreach efforts to address health disparities and achieve health equity and managed portfolio of grant funded projects awarded to community health centers and primary care systems that aimed at reducing risks of chronic diseases and at increasing education, prevention and early detection of cancer. 

Rosa has extensive experience in developing strategies for community health outreach and in working with Hispanic/Latino communities in the United States. Her experience ranges from strategic level development to the conceptualization, development, implementation, training and evaluation of evidence-based health education and programs both in the United States and internationally. For over six years, she also managed an international cancer education program sponsored by the ACS South Atlantic Division in various countries in Latin America. 

A native of Puerto Rico, Rosa holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Non-Profit Management from Rutgers University.