Jewish Healthcare Foundation Welcomes New Staff Member Emma Seagle
In October, the Jewish Healthcare Foundation welcomed Emma Seagle, MPH, the new program officer working with the HIV/AIDS team to support JHF's Ryan White Part B contract, the statewide Minority AIDS Initiative, and AIDS Free Pittsburgh. Through this role, she assists in providing programmatic and technical support to grantees, as well as assists in research, planning, and evaluation for these initiatives. Emma has previously worked in multiple public health capacities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Georgia Department of Public Health, focusing her work on vaccines, refugee health, and infectious diseases. Emma also served as an AmeriCorps member in the Pittsburgh community working to combat food insecurity and implement school-based health initiatives. She earned her bachelor's degree in geography and biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her MPH in epidemiology from Emory University.