Emma Biegacki is a public health professional focused on policy and programming serving socially and medically marginalized populations. She has worked domestically and internationally on program design, implementation, and evaluation and most recently served as coordinator of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia, where she helped secure quality medical care and social services for un- and under-insured HIV/AIDS patients. She presently sits on the board of directors at AsylumConnect, a young non-profit connecting LGBTQ asylum-seekers to invaluable local services. Emma earned her B.A. in Health & Societies from the University of Pennsylvania and is presently pursuing her MPH in Community-Oriented Public Health Practice at the University of Washington School of Public Health.
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