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Charlotte’s interests are in immigrant and worker health, participatory research, and translational research.

Mirriam Rafiq Braden, MPH, Executive Director Mirriam is a global health professional with a Master of Public Health in International Health and Development (Tulane University, 2002) and ten years of experience in project and program management.

She has fostered numerous partnerships between public and community agencies to create medical, mental health and social services systems of care for the homeless and mentally ill and frequent users of emergency services. Goldstein has developed Life Long’s Supportive Housing Program into a nationally recognized model of care serving dually diagnosed homeless adults and she is recognized as leader in developing policies and programs to promote integrated primary care and behavioral health services for low income communities. Goldstein received her Master’s in Public Health from the University of California Berkeley in 1984.

Kimi Sakashita, MPH (Community Health Education) Kimi Sakashita, has extensive experience working in public health systems from direct service to chief administrative officer.

With more than fifteen years of experience as an applied researcher and facilitator, Kym’s professional expertise spans a range of public health issues, including violence prevention, early childhood development, health care access, HIV prevention planning, and prison diversion programs for mentally ill offenders. He is a commissioner with the California Health Workforce Policy Commission and was appointed to the Health Council in Yolo County.

She is skilled in a wide range of qualitative and quantitative research methods, and has considerable experience using research to help organizations make informed decisions for their future. Troidl is a lecturer at UC Davis teaching an online course, "Introduction to Public Health." His research interests are organization and economics of primary care services.

Prior to her work at UC Berkeley, Lisa worked extensively in the community health field conducting community based public health research, leading trainings, and coordinating health communication projects.

Lisa received her MPH from UC Berkeley with a concentration in health and social behavior. Heather Gehlert, MJ, Online Communications Specialist, Berkeley Media Studies Group Heather Gehlert is a writer, editor and project manager at BMSG, where she oversees the organization's website and social media presence.Passionate about creating innovative methods for public education and health promotion, Lisa is dedicated to harnessing the power of new media to address health inequities. Gehlert holds a master's degree in journalism with an emphasis in new media from the University of California, Berkeley, and a bachelor's degree in English and communications from Westminster College in Missouri.Ashley Georgian is a senior communications specialist at John Muir Health. Before coming to BMSG, Gehlert was managing editor for , an online news magazine in San Francisco.She currently works for Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, School Health Services Coalition whose goal is create health and education equity through community schools.Kimi is responsible for coordination, planning and implementation of school-based/linked health programming.Previously, she worked on a broad range of corporate communications programs spanning public affairs, crisis communications and media relations at Blue Shield of California. Brenda Goldstein, MPH, Psychosocial Services Director, Life Long Medical Care Brenda Goldstein is the Psychosocial Services Director at Life Long Medical Care, a community health center serving Berkeley, Oakland and Richmond, California.

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