Collaboratory for Health Justice
Glenna Sullivan is a Research Specialist with the Collaboratory for Health Justice. She holds master's degrees in Public Health and Social Work and spent eight years as a special educator here in Chicago. While teaching, she partnered with community organizations to co-facilitate science and urban agriculture programs that built on diverse learners' strengths and interests. Her public health experience includes K-12 education policy analysis, gun violence prevention policy research, and participatory action research with disability rights activists fighting for freedom from nursing homes. She most recently coordinated an adolescent focus group study for the National Institutes of Health-funded Prevention of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (PLUS) Research Consortium.