Katelyn Sheridan is a Program Coordinator for the Healthier Together Initiative in the Office of Community Impact at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her focus is on improving the health and wellness of children in West and Southwest Philadelphia by addressing social determinants of health. Katelyn advances the goals of Healthier Together through relationship building, program management, and overseeing community-based projects.
Prior to joining CHOP, Katelyn was the Grants Coordinator at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset where she oversaw Community Health grants, and the Healthy Communities Manager at Special Olympics New Jersey where she managed statewide health programs and screenings. Katelyn has a BA in Communications and a BS in Sport Management from Rutgers University – New Brunswick.
Education and Training
BA in Communications - Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
BS in Sport Management - Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2012, Academic Excellence Award, Rutgers University
2012, SAS Excellence Award, Rutgers University
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