The Aspen Global Innovators Group is pleased to announce the 2022 class of the Healthy Communities Fellowship. Take a moment to get to know each fellow by visiting the Fellows page!
The 2022 Healthy Communities Fellows come from New York, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Oklahoma. They will participate in a curated media and communications training to bring new conversations and ideas on addressing health inequities to major public platforms. This fourth cohort includes leaders and innovators with expertise in community based strategies that address reproductive health inequality, health innovation, food security, and more. They will participate in a year-long program designed to give greater visibility to their work and expertise by sharpening and amplifying their messages through public speaking, writing, and networking.
We are so excited for you to meet the new 2021 Healthy Communities Fellows!
Take a moment to go check them out on our Fellows page.
2020 Healthy Communities Fellow Adrienne Crawford is a Certified Nurse Midwife who believes black women thrive with culturally competent care. She practices at Community of Hope in Washington DC, where some of the highest maternal and infant mortality rates exist in the United States among African American communities. Adrienne is working to change this reality. Passionate about women’s health and reproductive justice, Adrienne brings over 15 years of experience in women’s health and is also a Board-Certified Lactation Consultant.