Sarah A Ross-Viles
Clinical Instructor, Health Systems and Population Health
Health equity; tobacco prevention and control; health behavior and health promotion
Sarah Ross-Viles is an affiliate instructor in the Department of Health Systems and Population Health and manages the UW Tobacco Studies Program. She previously worked at Public Health – Seattle & King County, where she managed multiple countywide programs aimed at developing and implementing policy and systems approaches to address tobacco use, exposure and related disparities. Ross-Viles has also served as a Dorot Fellow in environmental health and justice at the Conservation Law Foundation in Boston. She earned her MPH at the UW in the COPHP program.
MPH Community Oriented Public Health Practice, University of Washington, 2006
BA Human Biology, Brown University, 2002
UW Students Tackle Tobacco Epidemic, Vaping