Susan Cohen, MPH, has been a part-time lecturer at CSUN since 2000 and has more than 23 years of community-based public health experience, holding management positions at organizations such as the L.A. LGBT Center, CSUN's Klotz Student Health Center, AIDS Project Los Angeles, Juvenile Court Health Services, and AIDS Service Center. Susan has been on the board of directors for two local non-proﬁts and board chair for one of them. She served ﬁve years as a member of the LA County Department of Health Services Tobacco Coalition. Currently, Susan sits on the President's Commission for Equity and Diversity.
We are here for our students, first and foremost. As someone who has practiced public health in the field as a health educator, then a manager and director of health programs/services, I look forward to helping to educate and train the next generation of public health practitioners for the work force. One of the main goals of public health should always be the removal of barriers to health care. I think the same is true in higher education- my role is to help the student remove barriers to their success be it graduation and/or launching into their careers and to think critically about issues affecting public health today. One of the best things about public health is that it is always changing as community and individual needs change. I hope to bring this passion for public health into the classroom- to help my students find their path to helping others and their community.
- M.P.H Community Public health 1994, CSUN
- B.S. Community health Education 1989, CSUN
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