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Caroline Kuo, Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion 
Caroline Kuo provides leadership, management, and coordination of School-wide initiatives and programs for diversity and inclusion, including efforts to increase representation of and support for historically underrepresented groups within SPH faculty, students, and staff.  

Diversity and Inclusion Committee 
The School’s diversity and inclusion initiatives are implemented with the guidance of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Committee members are nominated by their peers for a two-year term. The Committee is charged with the responsibility of advising, planning, and implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives at the School of Public Health, guided by the Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan

The SPH Diversity and Inclusion Committee is comprised of 16 members of the Public Health community – students, staff, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty:

Jasjit Ahluwalia

Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Professor of Medicine

Kate Carey

Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Hilda Castillo

Staff, Center for Health Equity Research

Jerson Cochancela ScM Candidate, Biostatistics

Teresa DeAtley

Doctoral candidate, Behavioral and Social Sciences

Chanee Fabius Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Health Services, Policy and Practice
Reuben Horace Master's candidate, MPH

Caroline Kuo

Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences (Research)

Ashleigh LoVette

PhD Candidate, Behavioral and Social Health Sciences

Brandon Marshall Manning Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

Lisa Noble

Academic Program Coordinator, Department of Health Services, Policy and Practice

Adedotun Ogunbajo

Doctoral Candidate, Behavioral and Social Health Sciences

Don Operario

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Karen Scanlan

Director of Communications

Christopher Schmid Professor of Biostatistics

Theresa Shireman

Professor, Health Services, Policy and Practice

updated May 2018