Emily Wilson, MS, MPH, CHES


Emily has a background in public health advocacy, health disparities research and providing direct health promotion and education services. Prior to her fellowship, she worked as a Health Educator at Princeton University's Office of Health, Promotion, and Wellness Services where she designed, implemented, and evaluated health promotion, education, and prevention programs for students, faculty and staff. Emily is a Certified Health Education Specialist and holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from West Chester University and a Master of Science from Hunter College of the City University of New York. She received her BA from Marymount Manhattan College. Emily’s passion for understanding trauma and building stronger community-level interventions led her to apply for her fellowship with the Institute for Safe Families.