Jocelyn Levin, MPH is a project manager for Centers of Health Equity Practice (CHEP) at Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI) where she is responsible for overseeing development, implementation, and facilitation of health equity and social justice in public health programming. She is committed to bridging the gap between the scientific, medical and governmental communities by focusing on the identification and removal of systematic barriers that produce poor health outcomes. She holds a Master of Public Health degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine. Serving the Detroit community for the past 7 years, she has held roles in both the non-profit and governmental sectors.
She most recently served as a public health advisor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at the Detroit quarantine station. As the Detroit Medical Lead for Detroit Medical Center (DMC) hospitals, she partnered with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to guarantee that patients admitted to DMC received Medicaid insurance coverage for their hospital stay and outpatient care. She has experience working with non-profits such as The Youth Connection and Make Your Date where she delivered crucial resources to the most vulnerable groups through research-based and data-driven solutions.
EducationMaster of Public Health, Wayne State University School of Medicine
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Project manager for Michigan Public Health Institute in the Center for Health Equity Practice.