MULTNOMAH COUNTY
(PORTLAND METRO AREA)

Joanne Fuller, MSW
Director
Multnomah County Health Department

Joanne Fuller, MSW has served as the Director of the Multnomah County Health Department since November 2013. Her previous work with Multnomah County includes serving as the County Chief Operating Officer, Director of the Department of County Human Services and the Director of the Department of Community Justice. Joanne's work has focused on creating justice and access to opportunity for disenfranchised people particularly women and people of color. She has a background in mental health services, juvenile justice and domestic violence. She serves as a regional leader for health care transformation in Oregon. Joanne has a strong interestin developing the skills of leaders to change their organizations outcomes.


Tricia Tillman, MPH
Director for Public Health
Multnomah County Health Department

Tricia Tillman, MPH's goals throughout her career have been to promote a highly qualified, diverse workforce, to engage communities experiencing disparities in promoting health and well-being, and to reduce social inequities.  She has worked over the last 22 years to improve the health of culturally diverse communities in Arizona, Massachusetts, and Oregon.

Last year, Ms. Tillman returned to work at the Multnomah County Health Department to serve as Director for Public Health.  Prior to this, she was the Director for the Office of Equity and Inclusion in the Oregon Health Authority.  With her leadership, the Office of Equity and Inclusion elevated the mandate for health equity and civil rights, increased state funding for culturally specific community organizations to promote health and well being, created opportunities for highly qualified and diverse health professionals to serve in policy leadership roles, and created and implemented policies that promote equity and civil rights in health and human services. She advocated for the integration of health care interpreters, community health workers, doulas and other “traditional health workers” in health systems transformation as proven health equity strategies.

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