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Amihan Flores Crisostomo, MPH is a PHI/CDC Global Health Monitoring & Evaluation Fellow working with the One Health Office within the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID). Amihan earned her Master of Public Health from San Francisco State University and Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Amihan’s professional background and experiences have been focused on community-based research and evaluation within the public and social sectors. She has been involved with numerous evaluation projects for non-profit organizations across various issue areas including housing and homelessness, HIV prevention, early childhood education, workforce development and philanthropy, as well as community assessments of needs and assets to promote community health and well-being. Since attaining her MPH, Amihan has worked with the San Francisco Health Network, the public healthcare system for the City and County of San Francisco, monitoring population health metrics related to chronic health conditions such as hypertension and diabetes, and collaborating with primary care clinic staff, providers, and leadership, to implement quality improvement interventions, including strategies for eliminating health disparities and advancing health and racial equity. Amihan speaks Tagalog and is eagerly learning Spanish. She is very excited to bring her skills and experiences in a global health context and for the opportunity to learn from and be a part of the One Health Office.

The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program is implemented for CDC by the Public Health Institute and its partner Consortium of Universities for Global Health.


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