Darcie K.G. Warren
Graduate Program Manager
As the Graduate Program Manager, I coordinate student services, recruitment, and enrollment at the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health. I also assist Dean Peck and the Graduate Program Committee in academic planning.
I have seven years’ experience in health-related public and non-profit organizations. I last worked as a Public Health Educator in the Wisconsin Division of Public Health Southeast Region-Milwaukee Office, focusing on H1N1 response. Prior to that, I coordinated local and statewide coalitions with goals to pass smoke-free workplace policies in Wisconsin, and I organized healthcare workers in Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky. I bring an interest in social and political movements to my work in public health, and I believe in the necessity of civic participation – by individuals and by organized groups – for our federal democratic government to function.
I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Chicano/a Studies Certificate and completed the Mid-America Public Health Leadership Institute in 2012. I currently study Public Administration at UWM and plan to earn a Master of Public Administration degree in December 2013.