People: Marissa Medeiros hired as community manager at Immunize Nevada

Marissa Medeiros

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Immunize Nevada recently welcomed three new team members: Marissa Medeiros was hired as community manager; Aaliyah Goodie joins as a COVID-19 vaccine project manager, and David Perez has rejoined the statewide nonprofit as public affairs and community engagement manager, according to an April 28 press release.

“We’re excited to welcome Marissa and Aaliyah and to welcome back David to our growing team during this critical time in our history,” Heidi Parker, executive director of Immunize Nevada, said in a statement. “We’re very proud to continue building a team of talented public health professionals who are committed to educating Nevadans about immunizations and providing resources when and where they’re needed.”

Before joining Immunize Nevada, Medeiros served as the account, traffic and production supervisor for the Eldorado Resort Casino, Silver Legacy Resort Casino and Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Reno, where she oversaw multiple projects while building key relationships with clients and vendors. She brings more than 15 years of experience in marketing, administration and event planning to her new role.

Aaliyah Goodie


Goodie previously served as project manager and data analyst for the Children’s Advocacy Alliance in Las Vegas, where she led the KIDS COUNT initiative, a premier source of data on issues related to children and families. She earned her master’s degree in public health with an emphasis in epidemiology and biostatistics from UNLV and her bachelor’s degree in public health from San Diego State University.

David Perez


Perez spent the past year as the community impact program manager for United Way of Southern Nevada, where he was responsible for overseeing and managing four key grants administered by UWSN. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism and public relations from UNLV and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in journalism and media studies at UNLV.


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