Carmen Lezama is an experienced administrative healthcare professional with many years of experience in healthcare outreach coordination and grant writing proposals. As the Clinic Manager, she provides leadership by planning, developing, and supervising relationships among community clinics as well as Montgomery County and Prince George’s County HealthCare organizations.
Her fluency, in both English and Spanish, has allowed her to
work as a healthcare translator and interpreter. She has held leadership positions in multiple Spanish speaking communities, as well as her daughters’ school, and as a healthcare educator.
Carmen has a BS Degree in Business Administration with
a major in Economics from The University of Zulia in Venezuela and completed all the courses for a Masters in Economic Theory with a major in Microeconomics from Andres Bello Catholic University in Venezuela. She went on to receive her Master of Business Administration with a major in Management from Concordia University in Wisconsin and is a notary public in Maryland.
Outside her professional life, Carmen is happily married and has two amazing daughters. She loves to travel, preferably to warmer climates, and has lived in three countries. She considers herself a good cook who loves to try recipes from all over the world.