Ayana Woods, MPH
Ayana Woods has a BA in Sociology and African American studies from Princeton University and a Master of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of North Carolina. She is a public health professional with 20 years of experience in developing health education and outreach programs to promote wellness, successful management of chronic illness, and patient empowerment. She served as the Director of Education for the National Hemophilia Foundation and worked with the CDC as a Principal Investigator to launch the largest online resource for people with bleeding disorders.Read more
Lillian Mehran, MPH, CHES
Director of Education and Outreach
Lillian Mehran has over a decade of experience in public health, including community outreach and needs assessments, program development and implementation, and ethical oversight of research studies. Her work has served diverse populations including solo seniors, LGBTQIA+ patients, individuals with chronic health conditions, intimate partner violence survivors, and older adults in under-served communities.
She has worked with a variety of organizations including academic medical centers, colleges, community health centers, advocacy groups, research foundations, and national professional organizations (including serving as the Program Chair of the American Public Health Association Ethics Section). She has a BA in Psychology and Women’s/Gender Studies and a Master of Public Health in Community Health Education. She is also a Certified Health Education Specialist, and is a PhD candidate at the CUNY School of Public Health, focusing her dissertation on end of life healthcare experiences in diverse communities.
Judith Schwarz, PhD
David C. Leven, JD
Constanza Prieto Figelist
Latino Outreach Coordinator