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Hallie Pritchett


Research Interests

Comparative Health Systems, Systems Change, Population Health, Health Equity


Hallie Pritchett is the Operations Manager for the Center for Anti-Racism and Community Health (ARCH Center), which is housed in the Health Systems and Population Health department within the School of Public Health. Prior to this role, she was the Fred Hutch Cancer Center’s Office of Community Outreach & Engagement where she was the Community Health Education Manager, and the Faculty Director for and tenured faculty with the Public Health Program at Lake Washington Institution of Technology.

Hallie has participated in clinical and population health research throughout the Pacific Northwest, while maintaining volunteer work with local health equity coalitions and boards, and internationally through roles with the American Public Health Association and the United Nations Association. She currently teaches Population Health with the UW’s Community-Oriented Public Health Program, is affiliate faculty with UW Bothell, and is a Co-Chair of the Seattle chapter of Women in Global Health.

Hallie has an MPH in Public Health Leadership from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Certificate in Health Economics and Outcomes Research from UW. She was a part of the 2021 cohort of the Northwest Public Health & Primary Care Leadership Institute.

She identifies as an intersectional feminist and is privileged to have two amazing children and a talented husband, she’s proud to call hers. Hallie is currently working on saying “no” and enforcing boundaries around her time for herself and her family. She was born and raised in Seattle.


Certificate Health Economics, University of Washington, 2020
MPH Public Health Leadership, University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 2015
BS Global Health, University of Washington, 2010

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