Health Leadership Program Returns with the Class of 2022

January 27, 2022

The six-month knowledge and skill-building program is designed to change the way local health executives, managers and officials think and act as leaders through a curriculum that includes presentations, discussion and practicum work. Participants gain a better understanding of their own leadership styles and how they can use their leadership skills to improve health and health care in their communities. Classes are taught by leading experts in their respective fields of knowledge, capitalizing on the rich talents the region has to offer. 

Joining the Class of 2022 are:

Suzanne Baker, MS
Assistant Director of Development and Public Relations
Needham Community Council 

Olivia Dufour
Tobacco Control Program Manager
Framingham Health Department 

Gail Gregory, MBA
Manager, Volunteer Services & Community Engagement
Jewish Family Service of Metrowest

Rajit Gupta, MPH
Director of Public Health
Ashland Health Department

Irena Kart-Tsirulnik
Peer Support Coordinator
Advocates, Inc.

Lorraine McNally, MPA
Assistant Director/Program Developer
Natick Council on Aging

Allison O’Connell, MA
Clinical Director
Advocates, Inc.

Annie Pham, MHSA
Program Manager
Community Care Cooperative 

Emily Taylor, MA, MEd
School Counseling Department Head
Framingham High School 

Hannah Tavares
Health Inspector
Milford Board of Health

Learn more about our Health Leadership Program.

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