Michelle Sabia, MPH, CPH
Michelle Sabia has a passion for health equity and has dedicated her career to supporting underserved populations through education, direct service programming and advocacy. She is certified in public health and received her master's in public health from George Washington University. She brings over a decade of experience in healthcare nonprofits and healthcare delivery settings to her role at HealthyWomen where she specializes in education programs for military healthcare providers and active-duty servicewomen. Most recently, Michelle managed federal payment programs and community health initiatives at a local health system in Washington state. Her proudest accomplishment was designing and implementing a social determinants of health program to address the social needs of patients in clinical settings.
Michelle's professional passions bleed into her volunteer work where she serves on the board of directors of the Neighborhood Clinic Tacoma, a free clinic serving those who can't access or afford healthcare services.
Though she currently resides in Washington and loves the unique natural beauty of the area, Michelle was born and raised in the Northeast and is quick to tell you that her heart will always be in New York. In her free time, she and her husband enjoy raising backyard chickens, hiking, cooking and traveling. They look forward to welcoming their first child in Spring of 2022.