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Stacey King

Director of Field Education and Practice

Stacey King is the Director of Field Education and Practice, working with students, faculty, and organizations to support student learning with experienced public health practitioners in Boston and around the world.

Prior to Harvard Chan, she worked for 10 years at Cambridge Health Alliance, with the Cambridge Public Health Department. She most recently served as the Director of the Community Health Division addressing the health of men of color, children’s oral health, violence prevention, substance abuse, and early childhood literacy. She is a founder and co-lead of the Academic Public Health Corps in Massachusetts; and an adviser for the Coalition of Racial Equity in Mental Health (Core Mental Health), which focuses on racial equity and mental health.

Stacey has an MS in Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism from Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, and an AB in Psychology from Brown University.

Outside of work, flower gardening and experimenting with cooking Nepali food are a couple of Stacey’s ongoing projects.