Xuan Man

Hepatitis B Coalition of Washington
Tacoma, WA

Xuan Man works with the Communicable Disease Control Division as the Refugee and Immigrant Health Coordinator at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, in Tacoma, Washington. Xuan is of Vietnamese and arrived in America from the Philippines’ refugee camps in 1991. Xuan was one of the boat persons arriving in the refugee camps as an asylum seeker, and then later accepted as a refugee before resettling in America. Working with refugees and immigrants for over 20 years has helped Xuan understand that specific ethnic communities are at risk for hepatitis B from their countries of origin as well as in the U.S., especially the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Xuan works and partners with the Hepatitis B Coalition of Washington state, the Hepatitis Education Project and the Vietnamese Community including the Hepatitis B Vietnamese Engagement Council in Pierce County to provide hepatitis outreach activities, to coordinate and organize hepatitis events for the promotion of hepatitis B screening, vaccination and treatment in the community. Xuan is fluent in Vietnamese.


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