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Marianna Espinoza

Dell Medical School
Learning and Evaluations Manager
Marianna Espinoza, MPH is the Learning & Evaluation Manager for Community-Driven
Initiatives (CDI) at the University of Texas Dell Medical School. CDI partners with
individuals and organizations to improve the health of their community by creating local
solutions to local problems. Although her experience spans 3 continents, she has spent
the last 9 years working on public health issues here in Texas, including state-wide
chronic disease prevention efforts and improving access to healthcare services for
individuals with low-income in Central Texas. Her work currently focuses on health
equity and addressing the social determinants of health through community-led
programming. Mrs. Espinoza completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell
University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Policy Analysis and Management, with an
emphasis on Health Policy. She completed a Masters of Public Health in Global Health
Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation from the George Washington University.
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