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Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg

Lecturer, Health Systems and Population Health

Communications Manager and Human Resources Manager, School of Social Work, Partners for Our Children,, University of Washington

206-263-2417 | hasen@uw.edu

Research Interests

Public health communications; health promotion/chronic illness prevention; health equity; child welfare and well-being; diversity, equity, and inclusion


Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg is an affiliate instructor in the Department of Health Systems and Population Health. She is also the communications and HR manager at Partners for Our Children, an organization devoted to improving the lives of vulnerable children and families, especially those whose lives are impacted by child welfare systems in Washington state and nationwide. She loves working with public health students and has extensive experience in public health communications and strategy. Sadow-Hasenberg has spent her career working to improve population health, including creating a clinic for homeless youth to research state-funded drug treatment services and providing depression services for veterans. She also worked as a public information officer and strategic communications planner at Public Health – Seattle & King County. Sadow-Hasenberg earned an MPH from the UW.


MPH Health Services, University of Washington, 1995
BA Political Science, Oberlin College, 1989

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