Swalwell to Host Facebook Live with Special Guest

May 5, 2020
Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Rep. Eric Swalwell (CA-15) announced he will hold a Facebook Live Q&A on Thursday, May 7th with special guest Arelis Sandoval, a Public Health Nurse for the Alameda County Public Health Department.

This Facebook Live Q&A is the ninth thus far in the Congressman’s weekly series of “live” events to help his constituents stay informed on the spread of the coronavirus, and its impact on our day-to-day lives. 

“So long as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends limiting in-person gatherings and following social distancing rules, I will continue to host a robust schedule of ‘live’ events,” Swalwell said. “I want to hear from you, keep answering your questions, and discuss what really matters to our community. I look forward to speaking this Thursday with Arelis Sandoval, who can provide us with a much needed ‘boots on the ground’ perspective of how our local officials are responding to this crisis.”

The Facebook Live Q&A will take place at 1:30 P.M. PT on Thursday, May 7th.

Members of the public and press can join at: Facebook.com/CongressmanEricSwalwell

Participants are encouraged to submit questions in advance on the event Facebook page.

Arelis Sandoval, RN, PHN, MSN, earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Stanford University and her Master of Science in Nursing from San Francisco State University. She has 14 years of nursing experience, with eight of those years working as a Public Health Nurse for the Alameda County Public Health Department. Prior to this, she worked as the triage nurse at Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc. 

Sandoval was born and raised in Hayward and, for the past six years, has been involved with Hayward Promise Neighborhood, a cradle-to-career collaborative partnership working to ensure educational success and a safe, healthy, thriving community for Hayward residents. In 2017, she received the award for Outstanding Hispanic-Origin Female Nurse from the Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and is strongly devoted to reducing ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic health disparities in her community.