Deborah graduated with her master’s in public health in December of 2016 and began her career working at the Nassau County, Florida, Drug Prevention Coalition. In February 2018, Director Bob Peryam hired Deborah to be the Public Health Analyst (PHA) as part of the Overdose Response Strategy initiative (ORS) in collaboration with the North Florida High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (NFHIDTA) and Centers for Disease Control Foundation as of January 2020.
Meaghan Crowley currently serves as the Health Officer and Administrator of the Florida Department of Health in Baker County. Ms. Crowley has amassed nearly 20 years of diverse experience in public health at the global, national, state, and local levels. She currently sits on the CCA board and is an active member of Baker Prevention Coalition, Inc. She also previously served on the Marion County Heroin and Opioid taskforce, was one of the founders of the Marion Substance Exposed Newborn taskforce, and implemented the Overdose Data to Action program for the Florida Department of Health in Marion County. She is a results-oriented achiever with a passion for community change and impact using evidence-based approaches for data-driven solutions. In all aspects of public health and public service, she is committed to serve as a transformational leader to seek innovative approaches to address public health challenges and utilizing community-based participatory approaches for local empowerment and capacity building in achieving effective and sustainable solutions. Ms. Crowley received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida, her Master of Public Health degree at New York University.
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