Geraldine Neville is an advocate for reproductive rights, equitable access to health services, and education, particularly for traditionally marginalized, BIPOC, and especially Latinx communities. Multicultural, and multilingual, Ms. Neville is a former Office of Immigration Review Courtroom Interpreter, with native Spanish language fluency. She holds a BA in Public Relations with a double minor in Marketing, and Small Business Development, as well as an MPS in Health & Wellness Management, both from Tulane’s School of Professional Advancement.
Most recently, Ms. Neville was nominated to the Tulane Leadership Institute's, Anti Racism Leadership Program inaugural 2021 cohort. She was a 2019 Women’s Alliance for Knowledge Exchange, Tech 2 Empower USA fellow, and a 2012 Public Leadership Fellow, through the New Orleans Coalition on Open Governance, in Partnership with Puentes New Orleans Inc. She is also a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society.
Ms. Neville is the Senior Administrative Program Coordinator, for the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, since 2010. She was the Latino Outreach Coordinator for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast from 2005 - 2007, and served as their primary Bilingual Health Center Assistant from 2010 - 2016. Through an award winning outreach endeavor funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Ms. Neville was a Community Liaison for Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey, within the Latinx community in Freehold, NJ from 2005 - 2007.
From 2007 - 2011, Ms. Neville served as a board member, and Secretary of the Louisiana Latino Health Coalition. She is the current Vice President, and a founding Lift Louisiana Advisory Board member since 2016, as well as former Chair (2017-2019) of their Fundraising Committee.