On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
I’m excited to introduce you to Misozi Houston, a program coordinator providing programs to reduce poverty and increase access to health education.
She is a public health professional with a passion for community health that goes way back to her childhood.
She has used her personal and professional experiences, across a diverse background including restaurant management and nursing, to transition into public health, demonstrating powerful leadership qualities that I truly admire!
I first mentioned Misozi back in episode #13, where I discussed my face to face meeting with her at the public health conference in Georgia and I even shared a photo of us on the show notes page for that episode. She had been following the podcast for a while at that point, and it was a great opportunity to meet in person. We’ve kept in touch a bit over time and I’ve been able to watch her grow tremendously over this past year.
I am delighted that she accepted my invitation to join me on this episode to share her journey and insights, and I think so many of you will find this episode to be very helpful, insightful, and encouraging.
You can connect with Misozi:
The name of the nonprofit organization that Misozi mentioned in the podcast is Water Empowerment. Water Empowerment was founded by Misozi's friend as a personal project and way to give back to communities lacking access to basic needs and resources in Zambia, their country of birth.
The link to it is http://waterempowerment.org/
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