JANET P. REALINI, MD, MPH – President
Dr. Realini is a nationally recognized physician devoted to reducing teen and unplanned pregnancy. After a successful career in academic family medicine, she served as Medical Director of Family Planning at San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, where she founded the City of San Antonio’s teen pregnancy prevention program, Project WORTH.
Dr. Realini authored Big Decisions a Texas-friendly, “Abstinence-Plus” sexuality curriculum for teens, which is used by a growing number of Texas school districts and community agencies. In 2006, Dr. Realini founded Healthy Futures, and has served as President of the Board and as volunteer Executive Director.
MARGO DELAGARZA – Project Coordinator
Margo DelaGarza has over 10 years of social service experience working with families and youth. Margo served as Director of Youth Services for the Comfort Area Youth Commission and has worked for the State of Texas as a Child Abuse Investigator. She is passionate about empowering and uplifting youth.
Margo is a second-year doctoral student at St. Mary’s University. She received her Master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2006, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1999. She is currently working on a dissertation investigating socialization and idealistic expectations in intimate relationships. She has also conducted research on identity development, self-concept, and relationships. Margo currently coordinates the activities of the Healthy Futures Alliance coalition, and conducts presentations for parents and teens throughout San Antonio and the surrounding area. She also trains other professionals on how to conduct presentations.
Jennifer Moore – Health Educator
Jennifer has lived in San Antonio for more than 17 years, and is proud to call the city her home. She is invested in helping teens developing healthy behaviors. She has interned with the City of San Antonio’s teen pregnancy prevention program, Project WORTH. She has also served as a graduate teaching instructor for an introductory health and human behavior course at Baylor University.
Jennifer completed her Master’s of Public Health from Baylor University in 2011, specializing in community health education. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Baylor University in 2009. She is also a Certified Health Education Specialist. As health educator, she coordinates and conducts presentations for teens all over San Antonio. She also helps to coordinate activities for the Me Now Baby Later Campaign and a new social media campaign, Think You Know It, for young adults.