Jessica Huey, MPH, MSW, IBCLC, CD(DONA)
Program Manager, Infant Health
Talk to me about: Infant Mortality, Breastfeeding, Health Equity, Infant Mortality CoIIIN - Social Determinants of Health
Jessica Huey, MPH, MSW, IBCLC, CD(DONA), is the program manager of infant health. Ms. Huey brings a wealth of experience and subject matter expertise to her position. Most recently, she served as a lactation consultant and birth doula for clients in the DMV area. During and before completing the combined MPH/MSW degree program at UNC-Chapel Hill, she supported perinatal health activities through the lens of a variety of sectors, including community-based organizations (with Mamatoto Village), governmental public health (at DC DOH), and clinical research (at Whitman-Walker Clinic). While at UNC, she worked closely with many of our partners involved in the MCH Workforce Development Center and the UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health and completed a research project on improving birth outcomes for incarcerated women in N.C. At AMCHP, Ms. Huey manages the IM CoIIN SDOH and the CSTLTS Early Child Feeding Project, among a number of other activities.
Kristina Wint, MPH
Program Manager, Women's Health
Talk to me about: Women's Health, Maternal Mortality and Morbidity, Health Equity, Doulas
Kristina Wint, MPH, is the program manager for women's health. Ms. Wint brings special interest in understanding the relationship between health inequities and disparities and learning how the field of public health can restructure systems to stop inequities from persisting. She manages AMCHP's support for state maternal mortality review committees, with an enhanced focus on health equity, through our partnership with CDC on the Building U.S. Capacity to Review and Prevent Maternal Deaths program. She also represents AMCHP on the Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) administered by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and actively seeks to leverage the role of Title V in transforming maternity care with and for people who birth and their communities.
She comes from Pittsburgh, where she obtained her master's degree in public health in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. While matriculating her graduate degree, Ms. Wint focused her studies on maternal and child health, her culminating project focusing on the experiences of community doulas working with low-income African-American women. Kristina has worked with the IMPLICIT Network, specifically in the dissemination, implementation, and quality improvement of IMPLICIT ICC, the IMPLICIT model of interconception care.