Dr. LeConté Dill was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles and is currently making a homeplace in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn. She holds degrees from Spelman College, UCLA, and UC Berkeley, and was a post-doctoral fellow at Morehouse School of Medicine. Dr. Dill is a transdisciplinary public health scholar, educator, and a poet guided by Black Feminist epistemologies. Currently, she is the Director of Public Health Practice and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the New York University School of Global Public Health. Engaging qualitative and arts-based research methods, her work focuses on violence prevention, resilience, and wellness particularly for urban Black girls and other youth of color.
Adjournment in Community HIV Prevention: Exploring Transitions in Community–Academic Partnerships
LeConté J. Dill, DrPH, MPH, Yolene Gousse, DrPH, Kimberly Huggins, MPH, MSW, MEd, Marilyn A. Fraser, MD, Ruth C. Browne, ScD, Mark Stewart, MD, PhD, Moro Salifu, MD, MPH, Michael A. Joseph, PhD, MPH, Tracey E. Wilson, PhD
Health Promotion Practice, vol. 21, 4: pp. 544-551. , First Published April 3, 2019.
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EP71 Mindfulness and Meditation with Dr. LeConté Dill on the I AM GPH podcast