Fernando Sanudo is the co-founder of Vista Community Clinic's Health Promotion Center. Initiated in 1987, the Health Promotion Center houses more than 40 grant-funded programs and employs 70 full and part-time staff. In the last 15 years Sanudo has researched, designed, implemented and evaluated a myriad of community-health programs focused on multi-cultural populations. Because of his expertise in program design and evaluation, Sanudo has been invited to consult and/or review proposals for the following organizations: The California Endowment, San Diego Foundation, County of San Diego Office of AIDS, University of California Irvine, Tri-City Medical Center, University wide AIDS Research Project, and the Centers for Disease Control. Sanudo has a Bachelor's degree in biology from UCSD and a Master's in Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in health promotion from SDSU.