Kelly Rand, MA, CPH

Senior Director, Community Health and Impact

Kelly Rand joins HCIF as the Senior Director of Community Health and Engagement. Previously, Kelly spent 11 years at the American Board of Internal Medicine and their Foundation where she helped develop their health equity and diversity, equity, and inclusion work and acted as the foundation’s program officer for their Building Trust and Choosing Wisely grants.

Prior to the ABIM Foundation, Kelly worked at MANNA, where she secured and managed its grant portfolio, led its local policy activities, and managed its research activities. Kelly also served as the director for the South Jersey site of the NY/NJ AIDS Education Center (AETC). In this role, she worked closely with the federal and New Jersey State initiatives on Cross Collaborative Quality Improvement in the Ryan White system. Other experience includes program and advocacy work with the American Diabetes Association and writing the national newsletter AIDS/STD News Report.

Kelly received her bachelor’s degree from American University in an interdisciplinary program on Communications, Law, Economics, and Government and her master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Medical Anthropology. She is working on completing her doctorate in public health at Johns Hopkins University, focusing on health equity and social justice.

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