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Spotlight: Jennifer Bishop-Crawford, ScD, MPH

Summary: Dr. Jennifer Bishop-Crawford has used The Community Guide as a resource throughout her careers in public health and education. Listen to her talk with CDC’s Dr. John Anderton about development of the women’s health fact sheet and how she’s come to rely on The Community Guide as a dependable resource.

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When this was recorded, Jennifer Bishop-Crawford, ScD, MPH was director of the Division of Strategic Communications in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Women's Health. Dr. Bishop-Crawford experience working in health communication, health policy development, and program evaluation in the federal government and private sector. Dr. Bishop-Crawford also has expertise designing and evaluating health promotion materials for the National Cancer Institute and the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. Additionally, she served as the multicultural program director for the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, where she oversaw multicultural advertising and outreach, new media initiatives, and a variety of other community and partnership initiatives, including the development of drug abuse prevention messaging targeted to parents.

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Recorded October, 2016