Gale Hann, MPH

Center for Interdisciplinary Learning and Leadership
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
PO Box 26901, TC 342
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone: 405-271-5362
Email: [email protected]
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Last Updated: November 08, 2023


Primary Activity Coordinators: Data Coordinator
Discipline(s): Self Advocacy
Family Member/Community Member
Person with a disability or special health care need
Public Health
AUCD Council Membership: Council on Community Advocacy
Council on Research and Evaluation
Research: sex education, social determinates of health, reproductive justice, family and child health, program evaluation, autistic advocacy, LGBTQ+ health, transgender health, social justice
Education: public health, interdisciplinary studies, program evaluation, program planning, social and behavioral health, epidemiology, biostatistics, maternal and child health
Service: self-advocacy, autistic advocacy, disability advocacy, LGBTQ+ health, community inclusion


Gale Hann (they/them) holds a Master of Public Health degree from the OUHSC Hudson College of Public Health and is the Data Coordinator for both the CLL|UCEDD and OKLEND. Additionally, Gale works in the OUHSC Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Primary Care Health Policy Division as a research and policy data analyst where they evaluate programs related to family and child health as well as sexual and reproductive health. As a young child, Gale was diagnosed with learning and sensory processing disabilities and then was later diagnosed with autism as an adult. After completing the OKLEND program in 2021, they began publicly identifying as an autistic self-advocate and intentionally focusing their professional efforts on serving their communities. Gale is passionate about how data, evaluation, and research efforts can be used to best support programs and policy, particularly for people with disabilities and the LGBTQ+ community.


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