Latino Health Communications
… Bridging food, science, and health across cultures
Cecilia Pozo Fileti serves as president of Latino Health Communications, a bilingual
consulting firm servicing food, health, and government organizations. In addition
she is the project director for the Latino Infant Nutrition Initiative, a national effort
directed to support Hispanic infants, families, and communities. Her firm supports
general market and Hispanic focused outreach through social initiatives, strategic
communications, and qualitative research.
Prior to initiating her firm, Ms. Pozo Fileti served as Division Director for major
health systems in the East coast and the Midwest. Her responsibilities included
direct oversight of nutrition, health, and wellness programs, including specialized
education for physicians and allied professionals. A national speaker, adjunct
university professor, and experienced media spokesperson, Pozo Fileti has
represented the American Dietetic Association (ADA), the world’s largest food and
nutrition association and other industry leading entities.
Pozo Fileti received her Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Dayton in Ohio,
and a Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University.
Cecilia is a registered dietitian and holds postgraduate certifications in several subspecialty
areas of practice. As an author and contributor to the field, she has been
recognized with various national awards.
Pozo Fileti is the founder and past president of several organizations including
Latinos and Hispanics in Dietetics and Nutrition, a professional interest group, and
Latinos Unidos, a local community service organization. As a leader with the ADA,
she served as a member of the Board of Directors, the Legislative and Public Policy
Committee, and the Executive Committee. She continues work on several Advisory
Boards and provides strategic services for a variety of organizations focused on
closing gaps in health disparities. Cecilia and her husband Bill reside in Ann Arbor,