Carrie Brogoitti MPH, joined the Center for Human Development as public health administrator in August 2008. Carrie provides leadership and oversight of all local public health authority functions and services for this nonprofit organization delegated to serve as Union County’s local public health authority. Carrie is part of the organization’s Administrative Council, a six-member Executive Team responsible for organizational oversight. In her role Carrie assures the delivery of core public health services and functions in addition to leading Center for Human Development’s efforts to become an accredited local public health department.
She is also active in a number of community-based projects including service on the Union County Economic Development Corporation, U.C. Fit Kids Executive Committee (Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition), and Union County Safe Community Coalition (Youth Substance Abuse Prevention). Carrie is an active in the Coalition of Local Health Officials, a venue for collaboration between the local and state public health, and the Conference of Local Health Officials, which advocates for effective and improved public policies, programs, and financing of local public health in Oregon. She was recently elected as the small county representative to the Conference of Local Health Official’s Executive Committee and appointed as the Co-Chair for its Health Systems Transformation Committee.
Prior to joining the Center for Human Development, Carrie worked for over 10 years in health-related service delivery and fundraising for a number of health and social service organizations. She earned her Master’s in Public Health in 2004 from San Francisco State University and her Bachelor of Arts in English with minors in Women’s and Scandinavian Studies from the University of Oregon in 1997. She was born and raised in La Grande, Oregon, giving her a personal understanding of life in rural Oregon and the health issues experienced by its residents.