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Jacqueline Ayers

Jacqueline Ayers, Senior Vice President for Policy, Campaigns, and Advocacy for Planned Parenthood, has worked as a lobbyist and advocate to improve health care for over sixteen years.

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Bella Blue

Public Health Post talks with Bella Blue, a New Orleans sex worker, about the experiences she’s had working in the sex industry for the past 15 years.

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Michael Cox and Rayna Danis

PHP talks with Michael Cox, executive director of Black and Pink Massachusetts and Rayna Danis, a 2021 Getting to Zero Coalition Activist Academy Fellow, to discuss the movement to decriminalize sex work in Massachusetts.

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Israel Del Toro

Israel Del Toro talks with PHP about how No Mow May helps bees, why bees are important for public health, and other ways to actively conserve pollinators.

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Jayne Smith

Jayne Smith has made small-town public health her career.

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Sigalle Reiss

Sigalle Reiss has worked in local public health for 20 years. She’s ready for a challenge in a new community, and looks ahead to collaboratively innovating for change, while recognizing the responsibility that comes with the power of local public health.

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Megan Ranney

Dr. Megan Ranney is an emergency physician, researcher and advocate for innovative approaches to health. Her research focuses on the intersection between digital health, violence prevention, and population health.

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Michelle Holder

Michelle Holder is the president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth and Associate Professor of Economics at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in the City University of New York. She talked about barriers to equitable growth in the U.S., the health impacts of those barriers, and policies that can combat those barriers.

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Saru Jayaraman

Saru Jayaraman is the president of One Fair Wage and director of the Food Labor Research Center at University of California, Berkeley. She launched One Fair Wage to end subminimum wage payments for all employees in the United States. She talked with Public Health Post about the current work of One Fair Wage, how the pandemic affected service industry workers, and the health impacts of Covid-19 on the restaurant industry and tipped employees.

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