Elizabeth Leonard is a Program Coordinator in the Office of Community Impact working primarily on the Healthier Together Initiative, which aims to improve health of children in West and Southwest Philadelphia by addressing social determinants of health, including housing, hunger, trauma, and poverty. In this role, Elizabeth fosters and maintains partnerships with community partners and supports day-to-day management of Healthier Together programs. Prior to joining CHOP, Elizabeth was a Public Health Associate at Bloomberg Philanthropies, with a focus on food policy and tobacco control, and a Project Coordinator in the Bureau of Chronic Disease & Tobacco Control at the NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene. Elizabeth has a Master of Public Health from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts from University of Pennsylvania.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Arts - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Master of Public Health - New York University, New York
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