The American Cancer Society held a patient navigator training in Mexico City from October 22-23 in collaboration with Mexico’s National Cancer Institute (INCan). The training brought together new and experienced navigators from American Cancer Society-supported patient navigator programs in Mexico (INCan Patient Navigator programs in Mexico City and Guadalajara) and Brazil (patient navigators programs from the Brazilian Cancer Association or Associação Brasileira do Câncer, ABCâncer). The American Cancer Society Latin American Patient Navigator Program aims to address cancer disparities by attending to the information and resource needs of cancer patients and caregivers from low-income communities. The training was led by Patricia Valverde, associate director of the Colorado Patient Navigator Training program and a doctoral student in Clinical Sciences, Health Services Research at the University of Colorado. An instructor and curriculum developer for the National American Cancer Society /Patient Navigator Research Program (ACS/PNRP) training program, Valverde shared her expertise developed through her extensive experiences in community outreach, patient navigation, patient navigator supervision, and patient navigation training. This training was made possible by an educational grant from Roche.