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Martha Molina Fimbres

Martha Molina Fimbres, American human services administrator, director. National Institute of Mental Health scholar, Washington, 1978. Volunteer National Center Orthopsychiatry, since 1985. Member National Association Social Workers (president Arizona chapter since 1983), Executive Female Association, Executive Womens Council Clubs: Second Tuesday (Tucson).

Background

Fimbres, Martha Molina was born on July 29, 1945 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of John Augustin and Concepcion (Borboa) Molina.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Arizona, 1974. Master of Social Work, Arizona State University, 1978.

Career

Administrative assistant, U. Arizona, Tucson, 1974-1976;lecturer College Medicine, U. Arizona, Tucson, since 1978;researcher, U. Arizona, Tucson, since 1978;private practice clinical social work, Tucson, since 1984;director bilingual/bicultural track, Sonora Desert Hospital, Tucson, 1987-1989;executive director, Western Arizona Area Health Education Center, Yuma, since 1989. Psychiatric social worker Palo Verde Hospital, Tucson, since 1985. Consultant Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, 1980-1982, Consad Inc., Washington, 1980-1982.

Membership

Volunteer National Center Orthopsychiatry, since 1985. Member National Association Social Workers (president Arizona chapter since 1983), Executive Female Association, Executive Womens Council Clubs: Second Tuesday (Tucson).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: jogging, piano, reading, aerobics.

Connections

Married Carlos V. Fimbres. Children: Anna Maria, Christine, Vanessa, Jacqueline, Michele.