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Program Manager-Community Health National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), DC
Julie Nelson Ingoglia is a Senior Analyst and Program Manager for the Primary Care and Tobacco Control and Prevention Projects within NACCHO's Community Health Team. As a staff member on the Primary Care Project, Julie is involved in activities relating to the changing roles of local health departments (LHDs), LHDs and community health center collaborations and access to and integration of care. Julie coordinates program planning, promotion and evaluation in addition to research and analysis on a variety of primary care and mental health topics. On the Tobacco Control and Prevention Project, Julie is responsible for program planning, management and development of local trainings to accompany the revised Program and Funding Guidelines document. Julie works with partners such as Americans' for Non-Smoker Rights, the American Legacy Foundation, the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials and the National Association of Local Boards of Health to promote tobacco prevention and cessation activities. In addition, Julie is involved NACCHO's Capacities and Infrastructure Project, working with the Healthy Communities and Preparedness Goal Action Teams and NACCHO members to examine the links between daily and emergency preparedness activity.
Prior to coming to NACCHO, Julie was a Program Manager at the National Mental Health Association, where she developed and managed a pilot program educating college-aged women about depression and other mental illnesses. Julie earned her MPH from the George Washington University in December 1998. Her Public Health Masters project was an evaluation of a domestic violence education program for rural primary care providers. She holds a Bachelors of Arts dual degree in International Affairs and Anthropology from the University of New Hampshire.