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Community Advisory Board

The Center is supported by a thirty-member advisory board made up of community members and health professionals. The Advisory Board meets as a group four times a year (January, April, July, and October). Members include representatives from community-based organizations, neighborhood associations, universities, government agencies, as well as patients and doctors.

Community input is vital to the success of the Center. Center faculty and staff look to the community for advice at every stage of development. In addition to attending the quarterly meetings, members serve on committees to help Center faculty and staff in project development.

If you are interested in more information about the Community Advisory Board, contact Dr. Chidinma Ibe, the Center’s new Stakeholder Engagement and Outreach Manager, at cibe2@jhu.edu.

 

New Stakeholder Engagement and Outreach Manager 

Chidinma Ibe, PhD has accepted the role of Stakeholder Engagement and Outreach Manager with the Center. Dr. Ibe is an Assistant Scientist in the School of Public Health, and will be continuing her role as a co-investigator while taking on additional responsibilities in managing our work with the community, our valued stakeholders. She will be assuming her duties slowly as she winds down work on another project, but by July will be with us four days a week. We know she will be an asset to the team.
 

Community Advisory Board Members

American Heart Assoc.1
Baltimore City Health Dept.1
Baltimore County Dept. of Health1
Business/Marketing1
Community-based Organizations2
Community Health Workers1
Coppin State University1
Elected Officials1
Faith-based Organizations1
Federally Qualified Health Center1
Food Policy1
Foundations1
Morgan State University1
Monumental Medical Society1
Neighborhood Representatives3
Patients5
Pharmacy1
Physical Activity1
School System1
State Health Department3
University of Maryland1

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