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Jocelyn Chu

Director, Community Engaged Learning
Jocelyn Chu (She/Her) is the Director of Community Engaged Learning and an Instructor in the Office of Education. The focus of her work is on field based education and community engaged learning. Jocelyn leads the Community Engaged Learning Fellowships program which centers on the practice of critical reflection and transformative learning. She is an instructor for SBS 501 and 551 Community Based Participatory Research.
Jocelyn’s journey in public health started at a community health center in Boston’s Chinatown, developing programs and working alongside community health educators. After spending most of her public health career in research and consulting, Jocelyn is delighted to engage in teaching and equipping the next generation of public health practitioners, scholars and leaders.
Jocelyn received her MPH from Boston University School of Public Health and ScD in Health and Social Behavior at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.