CDC Public Health Associate
Talk to me about: Promoting Innovation in State MCH Policymaking (PRISM)
Brianna Lewis is a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Associate Program fellow on the health systems transformation team at AMCHP. She received her Bachelor of Science in animal science from Michigan State University in 2017, where she was a Charles Drew Science Scholar. Ms. Lewis completed an internship with the Michigan House of Representatives (Lansing, MI), working for Representative Leslie Love. Her duties included resolving constituent concerns, researching legislative bills and providing summaries to the Representative. Ms. Lewis also interned with the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Emergency Management (Washington, D.C.), where she assisted with departmental Zika virus preparedness and response and provided assistance to a public health commander of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps by working with scientists and subject matter experts to better understand how to address the Zika virus outbreak in the continental United States. Ms. Lewis works on a number of initiatives, including the PRISM project, the collaboration webinar series, the regional liaison program, and a variety of research and writing activities. She also assists AMCHP's policy team.