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PHI CEO Mary Pittman Named One of Sixteen Women Who Changed Public Health

Marking 150 Years of Women at the University of California Berkeley, the university highlighted 16 women who exemplify the best of Berkeley Public Health, including PHI CEO Mary Pittman, who was featured for her work in addressing health inequities.

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Mary Pittman, "16 women who changed public health"

Marking 150 Years of Women at the University of California Berkeley, the University highlighted 16 women who exemplify the best of Berkeley Public Health, including PHI CEO Mary Pittman, who was featured for her work in addressing health inequities.

Mary was noted as a nationally recognized leader in improving community health—with a DrPH from Berkeley Public Health—and the president and CEO of president and chief executive officer of the Public Health Institute (PHI),  where she mobilizes health professionals to impact national and global public policy.

Before joining PHI, Pittman served as the president and CEO of the California Association of Public Hospitals and a director of the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Click below to see all sixteen profiles on the Berkeley Public Health website.

Originally published by UC Berkeley Public Health


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