In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health in Rhode Island. Tiara Mack AB’16 is a Rhode Island State Senator (D-Dist 6, Providence). The first Black queer woman elected to Rhode Island’s State House, Mack is also one of the state’s youngest senators. We ask Tiara how her Brown experience and public health training has shaped her career.
With Intus Care, Robbie Felton, Evan Jackson and Alex Rothberg are building healthcare analytics software to help identify risks and optimize healthcare for low-income seniors. Health insurers use the Intus Care platform to help 1,500 providers treat 15,000 patients representing $1.5 billion in value-based care payments. The company expects more than $2.1 million in revenue in 2023.
In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health right here in Rhode Island. Larry Warner '97, a 2013 Brown MPH graduate, is Chief Impact & Equity Officer at the United Way of Rhode Island and Chair of the Governor's Council on Behavioral Health in Rhode Island. We asked Larry how his Brown experience has shaped his public health career.
In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health right here in Rhode Island. Allegra Scharff, a 2017 Brown MPH graduate, is Chief of Healthcare Equity at the RI Department of Health, where she leads community health, education and DEI initiatives. We asked Allegra how her Brown experience has shape her public health career.
After a 40 year career championing equitable access to vaccines and improving the way the world prevents and responds to infectious disease, alum Dr. Seth Berkley returns to Brown University to advise the Pandemic Center.
Megan Hall MPH’15 is a storyteller who specializes in translating complex ideas into language everyone can understand. We talked to her recently about podcasting, and why the medium is such a powerful tool for social change.
Established in 2021, The Brown University School of Public Health Alumni Impact Award is presented annually to one exceptional master’s or doctoral alumnus or alumnae who is making a significant impact on their community and/or in their field.
Alumni like Kaitlyn Orona MPH '19, a Health Policy Analyst at Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, along with other community leaders, including Albertine Omona Mugwa and Chelsea De Paula, joined Professor Jennifer Nazareno's 'Intersectionality and Health Inequities' class at Brown University to bridge the gap between theory and community-level change, showcasing the impactful connection between alumni and current students in shaping the future of public health leadership.