Background & Bio
Andria Cornell, MSPH, is the associate director for women’s and infant health at AMCHP. Ms. Cornell has worked in the academic, federal and nonprofit sectors advancing maternal and child health in the fields of public health, research, and health care. She has a Master of Science in Public Health in reproductive, perinatal and women’s health and a certificate in public health informatics from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
My Current Work
The efforts of the women’s and infant health team include an extensive portfolio of grant-funded efforts bridging public health and clinical care in women’s health, improving birth outcomes, care and support for the mother-baby dyad, and transition to early childhood systems. Ms. Cornell has administered programs that build state and community capacity for translating findings from state-based maternal mortality review programs into population health interventions, including the AMCHP Every Mother Initiative and AMCHP’s partnership in the Building U.S. Capacity to Review and Prevent Maternal Deaths program. She represents AMCHP on the Executive Team of the Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM) and serves on its Community Workgroup. She served on the initiative’s bundle workgroup, Reducing Peripartum Racial Disparities, and currently leads implementation of a demonstration project of the bundle. She co-chairs the National Action Team on Aligning Local, State, and National Efforts of the NAPPSS-IIN led by NICHQ.
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Maternal Mortality and Morbidity