Press Release

BCHC announces 2024-25 board directors and executive officers

April 2024

2024 board: Michelle Taylor, Phil Huang, Raynard Washington, Mysheika Roberts, Faisal Khan
L to R: Michelle Taylor, Phil Huang, Raynard Washington, Mysheika Roberts, Faisal Khan

Washington, DC—Today, the Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC) announced two new directors elected to its board, as well as new executive officers. BCHC’s membership, leaders of 35 of the largest metropolitan health departments in the U.S., recently elected two new directors-at-large:

The 2024–25 executive committee includes:

Continuing to serve as directors-at-large on the BCHC board are:

“It is an absolute privilege to work with our board’s excellent leaders, and this coming year is no exception,” said BCHC Executive Director Chrissie Juliano, MPP. “I want to thank Dr. Phil Huang for his exceptional service as our chair and Dr. Mysheika Roberts, who departs our executive committee, for their hard work over the last two years supporting BCHC’s organizational growth. I also look forward to working close with our new chair, Dr. Raynard Washington, who has already displayed his natural leadership skills on our board.”

Find more information about BCHC’s governance structure on the organization’s website.


About the Big Cities Health Coalition

The Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC) is a forum for the leaders of America’s largest metropolitan health departments to exchange strategies and jointly address issues to promote and protect the health and safety of their residents. Collectively, BCHC member jurisdictions directly impact more than 61 million people, or one in five Americans.