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Jordan Lindsay Morris



A native of Illinois, Ms. Morris earned her B.S. from the University of Illinois and MPH from Benedictine University. Between degrees, Ms. Morris became a Paramedic and worked for a private ambulance company and a level one pediatric trauma center. After earning her MPH, Ms. Morris became an Illinois Public Health Association AmeriCorps member where she focused on community health at the Kane County Health Department in Aurora, IL. Ms. Morris has been with Public Health Madison & Dane County since January 2020 where she is one of two Health Equity Coordinators. Most of her work has consisted of being the agency’s Safety Officer for the COVID-19 pandemic where she ensured the safety and well-being of staff and clients who uses public health services.

Currently, her work focuses on integrating equity in the incident command structure of the emergency response and addressing the agency objective optimal climate. Previously, Ms. Jordan worked for the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center (LCHD/CHC) where she was a Community Health Specialist within the Health Equity Team. During her time at LCHD/CHC she was a co-chair of the Live Well Lake County Diabetes Prevention and Management Action, where she helped build capacity in the number of diabetes education trained facilitators and diabetes education classes in the county. She facilitated the creation of a resource website for all diabetes education in Lake County, IL geared toward community members and providers. One of her biggest achievements at LCHD/CHC was organizing the 2017 Together Summit. The 2017 Together Summit highlighted strategic opportunities to work together, share accountability, and leverage investments to improve health for all. In total, more than 200 people attended, representing almost half of Lake County’s municipalities and more than 100 organizations from sectors including health care, higher education, law enforcement, and faith communities.

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