Latisha Liz Faroul, MHA, is a public health professional with experience in hospital and non-profit health organizations. With significant skills in data analysis, health communication, health management, project management, and health operations, Latisha has worked on a variety of projects that aimed to increase the accessibility of excellent health and quality of life for individuals and communities at risk. She has a passion for learning and communicating with people from all walks of life, so that she can gain insight into various viewpoints, lifestyles, and personal beliefs that may impact a person’s health. With experience in health promotion and program evaluation, Latisha is passionate about bringing change to healthcare, social inequalities, and underprivileged communities through published academic articles, events, education, and more. She has worked with Health Equity Initiative, a nonprofit membership organization, on events and publications to promote and advance health equity.
As part of her work with SECI, Latisha has provided writing and research support to the design of the evaluation process for a national communication initiative by UNICEF- Kyrgyzstan, which aims to remove barriers to vaccine acceptance and improve routine immunization rates among children. She also contributed to an article on the same topic that was published in the peer-reviewed journal Global Health Promotion.
Latisha holds a Master’s Degree in Health/Healthcare Administration and Management from Seton Hall University. She is fluent in English and is proficient in Haitian Creole and French.