Black Champions For Health: Heather Reynolds
Lecturer in nursing in the Nurse-Midwifery Specialty program and the Minority Student Coordinator at Yale School of Nursing.
New Haven Healthy Start
"Celebrating Black Champions for Health" series
Heather Reynolds is a Lecturer in nursing in the Nurse-Midwifery Specialty program and the Minority Student Coordinator at Yale School of Nursing. She graduated from Yale School of Nursing in 1980 and currently practices in the Women's Center at Yale New Haven Hospital. She has served as a Nurse Consultant for Health Resources and Services Administration and was active on the Commission on Infant and Children (the predecessor of New Haven Healthy Start) that addressed infant mortality for more than 15 years. Heather serves as the chair of NHHS Perinatal Partnership and has remained a leader and advisor for NHHS since the beginning in 1997. She remains one of our true #blackchampions4health.
Learn about other champions profiled in the series.