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Jessica Luginbuhl, MPH
Public Health Prevention Service Fellow (CDC), Alameda County Public Health Department Assignee
Jessica Luginbuhl has been a CDC Fellow assigned to the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) since 2008. Her projects at ACPHD focus primarily on the health of urban males through innovative programming and policy. Previously, Ms. Luginbuhl worked at the CDC in the Comprehensive Cancer Control Branch where she trained CDC grantees on the development and use of communication tools to increase visibility and funding. She also worked in the policy office of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control where she conducted an internal evaluation to improve organizational collaboration and coordination throughout the Center. During her time at CDC she received an On the Spot Award for taking initiative and demonstrating extra effort at critical times. Ms. Luginbuhl has her Master?s in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she studied Maternal and Child Health. While earning her MPH, she spent her summer practicum in Kigali, Rwanda working with local HIV/AIDS health educators and increasing their visibility through external communications. Ms. Luginbuhl wrote her master?s thesis on family planning programs in Kenya. She is fluent in French and conversational in Moroccan and Modern Standard Arabic.