TITLE V MCH DIRECTOR
Director of Maternal and Child Health
Georgia Department of Public Health
Maternal and Child Health Director
South Dakota Department of Health
Director, Division of Child and Family Health
Virginia Department of Health
Cori Floyd joins AMCHP as the progam associate, child and adolescent health. In her role, she will be providig support to all child and adolescent health team program activities. Prior to joining AMCHP, Cori interned at ASTHO on their health systems transformation team, working on a variety of projects including, recommendations for the CDC health equity language guide, PCPH Collaborative webpage remodel, and website content management. She also interned at the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group and Carolinas HealthCare System. Cori recently graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a Health Policy Management Concentration.
Christina Ratleff, MPH
Christina Ratleff joins AMCHP as the senior program manager, women's and infant health. Christina will provide support to state MCH programs focused on improving pregnancy outcomes. She will assist partners using a collective impact approach to reduce infant mortality, improve birth outcomes and advance health equity. Prior to joining AMCHP, she interned with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, serving as the Title V MCH needs assessment intern, where she provided project management and coordination support to the CYSHCN team and contributed to Massachusetts Title V MCH Services Block Grant five-year needs assessment. Recently, Christina completed her Master's in Public Health at Boston University where she focused on maternal and child health and policy and systems change. Perviously, she worked for six years in Chicago as a tenant advocate, where she worked on the behalf of individuals being evicted from their homes.
Elliane Yashar joined AMCHP as the program analyst, child and adolescent health through the CDC Public Health Associate Program (PHAP). Ellanne was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. She graduated in 2014 with a B.A. in Psychology from the Univerisity of California at Berkeley, and moved to Washington, DC shortly after. In the fall 2014 Ellanne interned with Food Day at the Center for Science in te Public Interest to help raise awareness and promote healthy, affordable, and sustainable food across America. Most recently, she completed internships at the American Jewish Commitee (AJC) and the Alliance to Save Energy, assiting with both of the organizations' Annual Global Forum events in Washington, DC.