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 Who's New in MCH

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Charlotte-Luisa Cleveland​ is the program associate on the epidemiology and evaluation Team. Ms. Cleveland has a bachelor's degree in international area studies with a minor in Spanish that she obtained from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. Ms. Cleveland was one of two Annika Rodriguez Scholars awarded a full four-year tuition scholarship and recognized for exceptional academic merit and demonstration of academic and leadership achievements, as well as passion for community service. Ms. Cleveland was previously a political and outreach intern for NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri. She also has worked at the Women's Health Research Institute at Northwestern University, where she co-directed the Women's Health Science Program (WHSP), a summer science program with a specific focus on reproductive health for underprivileged minority women in high school who are interested in science, math and medicine. At AMCHP, Ms. Cleveland executes administrative, logistic and planning tasks.

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Lynda Krisowaty, MPH, is the evidence-based practice program manager at AMCHP. She has a Master of Health Science in mental health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science in anthropology from State University of New York at Binghamton (SUNY Binghamton). In addition, Lynda has trainings in health emergencies in large populations and R.A.P.I.D. psychological first aid. Ms. Krisowaty previously worked as a public health education coordinator with the Peace Corps in Uganda where she supervised a community health promoter (CHP) program consisting of eight volunteers and worked to educate the community on public health issues, as well as marketing health center services. It was during these work and volunteer experiences within stateside and international settings where Lynda came to understand the importance of evidence-based platforms for planning and implementing effective public health practice and impactful community services.

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Ashley Miller is the grants and contracts administrator at AMCHP. In this role, she performs a full range of duties associated with all aspects of internal and external financial reporting with grants and programs, as well as provides oversight to contracting and grants management. Ms. Miller is the primary financial liaison to AMCHP program staff and works closely with staff to provide accurate and timely financial information for the entire grant/contract life cycle from proposal to close out of the project. Ms. Miller received her Bachelor of Science in business management from Hampton University and a master's degree in business administration from Trinity Washington University. Prior to accepting this position, she served as the contract and grant specialist at the American Association for Blood Banks. 


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Sara Miller, MPH, is the program associate for AMCHP's health reform implementation team. She received her MPH from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Arts in history and American studies from Franklin and Marshall College in 2012. As a graduate research assistant at the Texas A&M School of Public Health, Ms. Miller was responsible for the youth tobacco awareness program and was also was a reviewer for the Journal of Drug Education: Substance Abuse Research and Prevention. Within Texas A&M's community health promotion student organization, Ms. Miller worked to develop a public awareness campaign on preventing sexual transmission of the Zika virus. She also worked as an intern at the university's telehealth counseling clinic, where she researched effectiveness of mental health services for rural communities in Texas. Most recently, Ms. Miller was an intern at USAID with the Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN), part of the U.S. Global Development Lab, where her responsibilities spanned communications, event planning and program research. She has also interned in the office of U.S. Rep. Leonard Lance of New Jersey and The White House Project, an organization that seeks to advance women's participation in all levels of government.

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Nikeisha Ogletree, HRPM, PHR, SHRM-CP, is the associate director of human resources and administration at AMCHP. In this role, Ms. Ogletree provides critical support to the human resources functions at AMCHP while also supporting the executive office administration for the CEO and board's crucial work. Prior to joining AMCHP full-time, Ms. Ogletree worked with AMCHP as the senior human resources consultant for 18 months. Prevoiusly, she served as the Chief of HR Operations and Lead HR Consultant at JLM HR Consulting. She has experience with both government and commercial business leaders and staffs at all levels to build winning cultures, leadership and HR policies and practices.