Clinical Instructor, Health Systems and Population Health
Project/Program Manager, Public Health Seattle and King County
Sexual health; reproductive justice; harm-reduction practices at the intersection of substance use and communicable diseases; health education; behavior change counseling; community outreach and advocacy
Francesca Collins is a clinical faculty member in the Department of Health Systems and Population Health and serves as the curriculum director for the COPHP program. Francesca works as a prevention education consultant for the HIV/STD Program at Public Health – Seattle & King County. Her field of expertise includes HIV/STDs, sexual health and reproductive justice, community outreach and advocacy, and overdose prevention and harm reduction practices at the intersection of substance use and communicable diseases. She earned an MPH at the UW in the COPHP program.
MPH Health Services, University of Washington, 2017
BS Public Health, San Diego State University, 2012