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Julie Dudley


Julie Dudley, MPA

Public Health Leadership & Practice

Julie Dudley is a consultant on the Public Health Leadership and Practice Team for the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors. She brings more than 15 years of experience in public health, including program design and administration, grant writing, facilitation, strategic planning, cross-sector collaboration, quality improvement, performance measurement, and evaluation.

She lives in beautiful West Virginia and also consults for West Virginia University on strategies for improving health and well-being through community engaged scholarship.

Julie worked at the Florida Department of Health for 13 years, serving in multiple roles: as a program manager for multiple federal and state-funded prevention programs; as an advisor on policy, accreditation, and quality improvement; as a section administrator; and as a director of Florida’s statewide, multi-sector, chronic disease prevention initiative, Healthiest Weight Florida.

Prior to her work with the State of Florida, she served at the local level as an AmeriCorps member, partnering with the Allegheny County Health Department in Pittsburgh to address lead poisoning and other housing-related health issues.

Julie holds a Master of Public Administration degree.

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