Peter L. Holtgrave, MPH, MA, Senior Director of the Public Health Infrastructure and Systems (PHIS) portfolio at the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). In this role I oversee the organization’s performance improvement, workforce and leadership, public health transformation, and health equity and social justice programs and services, which are designed to increase the capacity of local health departments and their cross-sectorial partners to improve population health in the jurisdictions they serve. This includes in the areas of quality improvement, performance management, assessment and planning, accreditation readiness, public health-healthcare partnerships, and aiding organizations address the social and structural determinants of health to improve population health. Previously, I was the National Health Manager at the OASIS Institute, a national nonprofit focused on healthy and productive aging, where he oversaw the CATCH Healthy Habits program, the nation’s largest intergenerational, evidence-based health program, funded by the Anthem Foundation. I also managed the evaluation of the Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities national initiative, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and directed health programs for the Boston Public Health Commission, including serving as the Director of the Boston Area Health Education Center. My over 18 years of public health experience includes the planning, implementation, promotion, and evaluation of public health programs, including managing performance and quality improvement programs.
Tuesday, July 9
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM