Black Champions For Health: Delores J. Greenlee
Program Director of the Infectious Diseases Division of the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center.
New Haven Healthy Start
"Celebrating Black Champions for Health" series
Delores J. Greenlee, MPH, is currently the Program Director of the Infectious Diseases Division of the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center. She is responsible for the management of several programs that serve approximately six hundred predominantly Black and Hispanic individuals per year, including the Ryan White HIV Programs. She is responsible for the clinical supervision, care coordination, medical case management, outreach and prevention measures for the Division. Ms. Greenlee has worked with PLWHIV/AIDS in the region as the Coordinator of The New Haven Mayor's Task Force on AIDS, the Regional Coordinator of the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Project and the Administrative Coordinator for the Rapid Assessment Response and Evaluation Project. Ms. Greenlee has worked in the Public Health field for twenty years and has held several leadership positions. She remains passionate about the elimination of HIV and continues to think and work out of the box to raise awareness and impact the Black, Hispanic and LGBT communities to stop HIV and its stigma. And this is why she is our #blackchampions4health.
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