Iliana White

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Iliana White, MPH, CHES, CPH
Senior Program Manager, Adolescent Health 
Specialist for Youth Engagement
iwhite@amchp.org

Talk to me about: Youth Engagement, Adolescent and Young Adult Health

Iliana White, MPH, CHES, CPH, is the senior program manager of adolescent health. She oversees the adolescent health-related portfolio of activities, including AMCHP's contributions to the MCHB-funded Adolescent & Young Adult Health National Resource Center and youth engagement within the Title V field. Ms. White previously served as a program manager at the School-Based Health Alliance. There, she directed the technical assistance and training activities for the organization's Hallways to Health initiative, a national school-based learning collaborative focused on behavior and systems changes for healthy eating and active living utilizing school-based health centers as catalysts for improvement. She also managed the Alliance's Leadership Fellows Program, aimed at training health professionals to build their capacity and leadership skill set in school-based health care.

Ms. White has worked for a variety of sectors and organizations, including the National Cancer Institute, the U.S. Office on Women's Health, National Women's Health Network, Planned Parenthood of Indiana, Indiana's Tobacco Retailer Inspection Program, Indiana Prevention Resource Center and Society for Public Health Education. She graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor of Science in health science, concentration in community health education, focus on maternal and child health. She received her Master of Public Health from Indiana University, with a focus on Public Health Leadership.