Edy Rosenfeld, a founding member of Latinos de Corazón and has been active with the group since 2005. She was born in the Province of Colon in the Republic of Panama. She moved to the United States when she was 22 years old and after earning her New York state nursing license in 2001, she started her career and quickly moved into a supervisor position at Cuba Memorial Hospital. In 2003 Edy moved to Rochester to expand the diversity of her nursing experience by working as a traveling nurse in the trauma and cardiac units at both Strong Memorial and Rochester General Hospitals. In 2006 Edy began work as a Home Case Manager and has continued on into the PACE program at ElderOne. She holds Associates degrees in Humanities and Applied Nursing Science, as well as a BS in Nursing.
Edy has been involved with the media, hosting and editing a Spanish radio medical talk show as well as writing, photographing and serving as a member of the editorial advisory board for La Voz. Edy also serves a member of the Memorial Art Gallery Hispanic family day planning committee.
Laura Toribio Overstreet, a founding member of Latinos de Corazón was born in the province of Colon, Republic of Panama. Laura moved to the metropolitan area of Washington DC in 1989 to attend Marymount University in Arlington Virginia. She transferred to Jamestown Community college and in 1997 and graduated with a degree in Applied Health Science. One year later she earned a New York Stated Nursing license and began her healthcare career as a level I ICU Trauma nurse. Laura has since been practicing nursing in a medical-surgical ICU, Cardiothoracic ICU, and currently is working in the Highland Hospital Emergency room.
Adam Rosenfeld is a native to Rochester New York and has lived in the Monroe county area for most of his life. A graduate of Wilson Magnet High School, he enlisted in the US Navy after his commencement and served with distinction on aboard four different commands as a propulsion engineer. 8 of those months were deployment to the middle east on board the USS Sampson DDG-10, in support of Operation Dessert Shield and Dessert Storm. After the Navy Mr. Rosenfeld began his civilian career in facility operations in Manassas, Virginia but returned to Rochester shortly afterwards to work in his home town. Taking a position at Idea Connection Systems as the Information Systems manager, Adam was instrumental in the success of the Mosaic Partnerships programs implementation in Rochester, NY, Greensboro, NC and Milwaukee, WI.
Mr. Rosenfeld is currently a full time Soldier in the US Army serving as the senior mechanic and assistant operations officer at the 401st Civil Affairs Battalion in Webster NY. He plans on retiring from the Military.