Sue Grinnell is the new Director of the Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN). Sue brings over 30 years of experience in public health and leadership in the areas of strategic direction, innovation, and collaboration to this role
Amy DeLisio joined Public Health Institute (PHI) in 2012. Amy is the Deputy Director at PHI Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN) with over ten years of experience
Stephanie Carillo first joined the Public Health Institute in 2006 as a Health Educator supporting nutrition education and obesity prevention strategies for low-resource Californians
Rachel C. Otter joined Public Health Institute (PHI) in 2006 as Administrative Assistant III.
Lisa Tadlock joined the Public Health Institute (PHI) Center for Wellness and Nutrition in 2012 as a Development Specialist and transitioned into a Community Partnership Specialist.
Metria Munyan first joined the Public Health Institute in 2006 supporting a broad variety of nutrition education and obesity prevention strategies and initiatives.
Kyli Gallington joined the Public Health Institute Center for Wellness and Nutrition and Survey Research Group in 2016.
Rosa Garcia joined Public Health Institute Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN) in 2015 as a health educator.
Montserrat Papias joined Center for Wellness Nutrition in February 2016 as a Health Educator.
Suzanne Ryan-Ibarra is a Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Wellness and Nutrition, a program of the Public Health Institute.
Jesse Tedrick joined the Public Health Institute in 2014 as a Youth Coordinator with Cultiva La Salud, a program dedicated to creating healthier communities by working with community residents to foster changes in policies
Katherine Hawksworth is a Program Manager with California Project LEAN (Leaders Encouraging Activity and Nutrition), a program of the Public Health Institute. Ms. Hawksworth provides training and technical assistance to schools, health departments, and community members to create healthier environments.
Holly Calhoun is the Project Manager for the Tackling Hunger Project at the Public Health Institute, where she conducts research on promising and emerging practices to engage the health care sector in addressing food insecurity and chronic disease.
Maran Kammer-Perez joined the Center for Wellness and Nutrition in October 2016 as a part-time Program Administrator to provide fiscal oversight in the grants and contracts department, splitting her time with California Project LEAN
Susan Vitulli first joined the Public Health Institute in 2003 and currently serves as Program Administrator II providing fiscal , operational, and human resource management on contracts.