School of Nursing and Health Studies

Hallie Pritchett, Lecturer

Hallie PritchettHallie Pritchett, MPH
Lecturer

Hallie Pritchett is a part-time lecturer at UW Bothell, and an adjunct professor and the previous Faculty Director for the Public Health Program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. She received her Master’s in Public Health Leadership with an emphasis in Public Health Practice and Global Health from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Hallie has worked in outcomes, epidemiological, and clinical research at a number of local and national institutions, but she has recently been enthusiastic about health equity and systems strengthening on a global scale. She is passionate about creating more health equity by mitigating social injustices and health disparities; other passions include social determinants of health, gender equity, health policy, and comparative health systems. 


Scholarship

American Public Health Association
  • International Health Section Councilor, Nominating Committee Chair, Health Systems Strengthening Working Group Chair, and Policy & Advocacy Committee Member
  • Community Health Planning & Policy Development Section Member
  • Maternal Child Health Section Member
  • Global Maternal Child Health Network Member
Washington State Public Health Association
  • Content Advisory Team Member
HealthierHere- King County Accountable Community of Health
  • Community / Consumer Voice (CCV) Committee Member & CCV Steering Committee Member
Healthy King County Coalition
  • Equity Committee Workgroup Member
Save the Children
  • Child Health Advocacy Specialist- Skilled Volunteer

Washington Global Health Alliance

Education

University of Washington
Seattle, WA
  • Certificate in Health Economics and Outcomes Research
University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
  • Master of Public Health in Global Public Health Leadership
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
  • Bachelor of Science in Global Health

Contact

Phone:
425.352.5376

Email: 
hericson@uw.edu



Courses

  • Introduction to Public Health
  • Special Topics: Systems and Health