Eleven alumni of Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and two Bloomberg School faculty members were among those recognized earlier this month for achievements in the areas of global health, community work, and public health. The awards are given annually to graduates, professors, and friends of Johns Hopkins, in recognition of their work toward improving the health of people across the U.S. and around the world. This year’s recipients include biotechnology executives as well as leaders in maternal and child health and in community health.
To learn more about the 2019 awardees, read their bios below.
Mr. Franklin C. Baer, MHS-TM ’77 |Global Achievement Award
Dr. Colleen T. Cutcliffe, PhD ’04 |Distinguished Alumna Award
Dr. Nitish K. Dogra, MPH ’05 | Community Hero Award
Dr. Ralph Hingson, ScD ’74 | Woodrow Wilson Award
Dr. Shalon Irving, MPH ’09 | Distinguished Alumna Award (Posthumous)
Ms. Mindi B. Levin, MS, CHES ®; JHSPH Faculty | Community Hero Award
Dr. Lucy Marcil, MD, MPH ’13 | Outstanding Recent Graduate Award
Dr. Nader Moinfar, MPH ’11 | Outstanding Recent Graduate Award
Dr. Brett D. Nelson, MD, MPH ’04, DTM&H | Distinguished Alumnus Award
Dr. Alan L. Sorkin, PhD, MA; JHSPH Faculty | Heritage Award
Dr. Rita Thapa, MPH ’65 | Distinguished Alumna Award
Dr. Paul U. Unschuld, PhD, MPH ’74 | Distinguished Alumnus Award
Dr. Andrea Willis, MPH ’99 | Distinguished Alumna Award