Susan Sherman, PhD
Public Policy, Program and Performance Improvement
Board Member Since 2013
Professor in Health, Behavior and Society
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
My research focuses on the health and wellbeing of drug users and sex workers, examining and intervening upon the environments which engender HIV and other risks in Baltimore, Chiang Mai Thailand, Chennai India and Moscow, Russia. My work is rooted in social justice and the deep belief that how we treat the members at the far reaches of a society is reflective of the very heart of society. Health Care for the Homeless speaks to this belief, and the respect with which the organization treats every client is exemplary and is the guiding light of the organization and the very reason it has the impact it does.
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