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Marley Williams

Marley Williams

Marley Williams serves as the Health Equity Manager for the Public Health Alliance, where she works on advancing health equity across Southern California through stakeholder development, engagement and training. Prior to joining the Alliance, Marley helped launch the region’s first Office of Equity housed in the City of Long Beach’s Department of Health and Human Services. As a Public Health Professional in the Office of Equity and Community Impact Division, Marley worked to build internal capacity to advance equity across all citywide policies and practices. Marley has dedicated her career to looking at ways that policy formation and implementation can truly achieve equity for all. Marley holds a dual master’s degree in Public Affairs from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and a master's degree in Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin.

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Protestors hug at the Brown Unity March, which was organized to unite the Black, Latino and Indigenous communities in demanding justice for victims of police brutality in Los Angeles. | ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images
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Power & Health

Shifting the Power Paradigm: Centering Community to Build a Healthy, Equitable, and Just Future

Racism undergirds the inequities we see in nearly every major measure of health status we have. But there are immediate steps we can take toward transformative solidarity to begin changing our systems and institutions.
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