Send Alisa a Message

Health communication consultant, patient advocate, public speaker and blogger Alisa Hughley earned a bachelor of science in biology from Howard University and a master of public health, concentrating in health policy and management, from Emory University. While pursuing her MPH, she researched race- and class-based health disparities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and designed an instrument that measures health utility in diabetic patients as an independent research project during graduate school. Her consultancy and research clients include the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; a network of upstate New York hospitals, clinics and nursing homes. She designs and evaluates health education programs; advises health system managers; promotes organ donation and end-of-life (advance) planning. Hughley has taught bioethics to Howard University Medical School undergraduate, graduate and professional students across the clinical disciplines of  health sciences. In 2012, she was chosen as a FrontLine Scholar at TEDMED, a conference examining the future of health and medicine through technology, entertainment, and design.

Please, be sure to sign up for email notification of what’s going on here at enBloom.   Use the form below to contact Alisa. (No information provided is ever sold, rented or shared .)

View Alisa Hughley's profile on LinkedIn splash page

flickrcontact the Health Advocate at Flickr

slideshare2favorite theHealthAdvocate at SlideShare

Last modified: 5/27/2013
  • Browse archives

  • Preview The Book

    Visit the website for the book III GIFTS.

  • In The News

    The Herald-Sun presented a large feature of III Gifts poems and photographs to kick off National Donate Life Month. It included the articles, A Living Tribute and Love of Arts... providing a comprehensive and personal perspective of organ donation. Cliff Bellamy, Book & Entertainment Editor described the book as "very insightful." Click through the links and be sure to check them out.