Ivonne Fuller Cameron, MPA, NRPP
She has served as an Assistant Professor in the Allied Health Sciences Department at Howard University (2010-2012). With considerable experience in domestic and public policy, she was chosen as a Fellow with the Harvard University Policy Institute and has consulted on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC as a Senior Policy Fellow. During her career, she has also held the position of Associate Executive Director with the National Medical Association.
Ivonne has written extensive articles and publications, appeared on local radio, and been featured in documentaries on a broad range of health and social issues. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals both in the U.S. and internationally. As an Executive Committee Member of the Initiative for Vital Health Report on Global Health, she served as one of the contributing authors for the “Global Opinions on Global Health,” issued by the Brussels Parliament. She was also a contributing author for the landmark report, “Racism in Medicine,” a precursor to “Unequal Treatment” issued by the Institute of Medicine.
Ms. Cameron is a nationally registered prevention professional and certified project management professional. Her academic background includes a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration/Spanish Studies and a Master’s Degree in Public Health Administration. Ms. Cameron completed a Non-Profit Executive Certification from Rutgers Business School.
Ms. Cameron serves on various executive boards addressing health, energy and social issues. Ms. Cameron was nominated as a White House Champion of Change in 2013 and was honored as a Community Leader in Who’s Who of Washington, DC 2010.