Jorge Vidal connects people working with survivors to one another, our team, and our resources. As a bridge between the National Resource Center and community, Jorge assures that connections and resources are reaching services providers. For more than 10 years, Jorge has worked in the social work field at various non-profit and public interest organizations, promoting the rights and dignity of immigrants, people living with HIV/AIDS, and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals and communities. He has worked with the Latino community from diverse settings that include Washington DC, Connecticut, New York, and Puerto Rico. Jorge earned his Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University.