Gabriela Elvir finished her high school and some college studies in her native country of Honduras. She began working at the NC Farmworkers’ Project as an AmeriCorps volunteer, training farmworkers in health education topics of pesticide safety and heat illness. In December 2012 she graduated as a Safe AmeriCorps. Afterwards, she began work at the Farmworkers’ Project as an outreach worker in 2013. She is a happy community educator, offering health information to farmworkers and their families that we visit year after year. Her efforts are spent in visiting area camps and families to bring them clinic services, education about chronic diseases, transportation services, and interpretation with different health providers. One of her favorite things in visiting camps and families is being able to share a pleasant moment, fun anecdotes, singing, and eating. She always tries to make visits not boring but enjoyable and entertaining for everyone. As part of her responsibilities, Gabriela is in charge of medical charts, medicines for the mobile unit, health education and patient chronic diseases. She believes her work is beautiful, and is very happy to be a part of the NC Farmworkers’ Project, who she considers her second family. Her objective is to help the most in need and everything she does she does with all her strength and her whole heart.