Advocacy - Honored for the opportunity to be a part of a guest panel for TexasAIM June 25 Action call: How to Listen to Patient Stories to Influence QI Attended Champions for Change Summit Attended Virtual Advocacy Day MOM 2020 Essay and Poetry Essay on why "Words Matter" published in Echoes of the Struggle (April, 2021) This is how I'm surviving, published in Marias at Sampaguitas The jungle that birthed me, published in Rigorous Mag (June, 2021) Early start published in Querencia mag (July, 2021) Someone who looks like me published in Marias at Sampaguitas Mahal issue (July 2021) Explaining anxiety to my 9 year old, published in The FEEEL Magazine (August 2021) One day, published in Agape Review (September 2021) here's what I know, published in The Lannang Articles (October 2021)
Leila Tualla is a Filipino-American poet and author based in Houston, Tx. Leila’s books include a YA contemporary romance called Letters to Lenora and a memoir/poetry collection called Storm of Hope: God, Preeclampsia, Depression and me. Her poetry is featured in several mental health anthologies and she is currently working on a poetry collection based on Asian American stereotypes and identifies. Her chapbook “pmdd & me,” will be out this Spring 2022.