Pascale Edouard is a health equity enthusiast with a focus on how policies and practices impact the health and well-being of racial/ethnic populations. She worked at two county health departments in Florida addressing health inequities.
Edouard most recently served as the health care program services manager with a county government in Florida. Her experiences and contributions toward health equity and justice range from grassroots community organizing and collaboration to policy and practice recommendations. She is currently a doctor of public health candidate at the University of South Florida.
Her research interests include the intersections between racism, residential segregation, and health outcomes and inequities among racial/ethnic populations using the critical race theory as a foundation to her research.
Edouard enjoys reading, running, weight lifting, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
- B.A., biological sciences, Florida State University
- M.P.H., public health, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
- D.P.H., Public Health (expected), University of South Florida