Celebrating Black Champions 4 Health

During Black History Month, we celebrate the many people who are committed to New Haven Healthy Start and to securing a strong Maternal and Child Health system in our community and beyond.

Learn more about these local champions and their outstanding work below #blackchampions4health:

Black Champions For Health: Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith »

02.23.2017

Adult Primary Care Physician and Researcher at Yale Schools of Medicine and Public Health.

Black Champions For Health: Whitney Woodhouse »

02.22.2017

Care Coordinator for New Haven Healthy Start at Cornell Scott Hill Health Center.

Black Champions For Health: Dr. Byron Kennedy »

02.21.2017

Director of Health at the New Haven Health Department.

Black Champions For Health: Sandra Grant »

02.17.2017

New Haven Healthy Start advocate.

Black Champions For Health: Tylon Ray »

02.16.2017

Senior at Engineering and Science University Magnet School

Black Champions For Health: Barbara Tinney »

02.15.2017

Executive Director of New Haven Family Alliance and an adjunct faculty member in the Southern Connecticut State University, Department of Social Work.

Black Champions For Health: Delores J. Greenlee »

02.14.2017

Program Director of the Infectious Diseases Division of the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center.

Black Champions For Health: Clara Nixon »

02.12.2017

Graduate of the Parent Leadership Training Institute

and New Haven Healthy Start Buddy.

Black Champions For Health: Loria Morrison »

02.10.2017

NHHS Care Coordinators at Yale New Haven Hospital.

Black Champions For Health: Natasha J. Ray »

02.08.2017

Core Services Manager for New Haven Healthy Start and co-chair of the Center for Research Engagement at Equity Research and Innovation Center

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