Dr. Pedja Stojicic is an Executive Director of People Power Health, a group of community organizers and trainers focused on bringing the social movement and community organizing skills to healthcare professionals, caregivers, and healers. In the past, he was a Project Director at Rippel Foundation, working with the Hospital Systems, RWJF, CMS, QIOs, Center for Public Health Leadership, Primary Care Progress, Way to Wellville, Healthcare Anchor Network, and many others. As a life-long activist, he currently serves on the advisory board of Leading Change Network, one of the largest global networks of social movement leaders.
Originally from Serbia, Dr. Stojicic has served as president and executive director of Youth of JAZAS, a Serbian NGO fighting HIV/AIDS, and as a president of Serbia on the Move movement-building organization from Belgrade.
He earned his Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Medical Degree from Belgrade University School of Medicine. Dr. Stojicic is an instructor at T.H Chan School, teaching three courses – Enabling Teams (DrPH), Enabling Large System Change (DrPH), and Narrative Leadership (MPH).