Kathryn Hall-Trujillo

Kathryn Hall-Trujillo is the Founding Director of Birthing Project USA: The Underground Railroad for New Life, which seeks to improve birth outcomes for women of color globally by providing technical assistance and support to communities and organizations to replicate and sustain the Birthing Project models of providing education, support and access to care and services to at risk women and families.  Previously, Hall-Trujillo served as the Founding Director of the Center for Community Health and Well-Being.  She has over thirty years of experience as a public health administrator, community health educator and advocate in the public and private sectors.  She is also an independent consultant and has an on-going research project in Cuba focusing on the Cuban Maternal and Child Health system and the role of girls and women.  She has received numerous awards for her work in public health and was inducted as an Ashoka Fellow in 2008.

Ashoka U Exchange

We are pleased to officially announce that the 2017 Exchange will be hosted by Miami Dade College in Miami, Florida, on March 2-4, 2017.

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