Alnory Gutlay is a 1.5 generation immigrant from the Philippines. She is the Health Equity and Access Vice President at the Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS), which is the first, largest, and longest standing organization in the southeast focused on issues concerning Asian Americans and other underserved populations. She has been with the organization since 2013. In her role, she leads the departmental capacity building for health access and equity for the underserved, immigrant, and refugee communities.
As Vice President, she oversees CPACS’s health programs including substance abuse prevention, HIV/AIDS prevention and education, tuberculosis, hepatitis B, domestic violence, and more. She is also an active member of various national and local coalitions that involve reducing health disparities in the community. Alnory Gutlay is passionate about providing culturally and linguistically appropriate education and accessible services in the Metro-Atlanta area.