Director, Health and Racial Equity
Sabrina Selk is the Director for Health and Racial Equity at the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) where she oversees strategic effort to increase the effectiveness and broaden the impact of NNPHI’s equity work, in addition to strengthening and implementing NNPHI’s strategies designed to achieve health and racial equity.
Sabrina’s passion for public health began during an experience looking at socio-economic factors related to health in Ecuador during a study abroad research experience with the Minority International Research and Training Program and has continued throughout her professional career. Prior to joining NNPHI, Sabrina worked as the Director of the Office of Health Equity for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. She has experience leading and supporting health and racial equity efforts at the national, state and local level, as well as in social epidemiology, community engagement and community-based participatory research, especially in the realm of maternal, child and family health.
Sabrina received her ScD and ScM from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health in Boston, MA.