Madeline Ray

Senior Evaluation Project Manager, Act Early Response to COVID-19 | Public Health

Madeline Ray

Image description: Photograph of Madeline Ray, white woman with brown hair and glasses, smiling. 

Madeline got her start in public health working on overdose prevention for Rhode Island Hospital. She has worked as a translator for IMSS (Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social), the largest public health institution in Latin America; and as a consultant for Mexico's INSP (Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública). She has worked on the Navajo Nation, Rosebud Sioux Tribe, and in Kenya, Mexico, and the US. Additionally, she brings experience in adult education and community organizing to her public health skill set. She is a white American born and raised in New England, and is privileged to have partnered with communities globally and nationally working towards health equity. 

She has her BA in Anthropology from Brown University, and her MSW and MPH from Boston University. Her diverse interests include:

  • health equity,
  • indigenous healthimmigrant and refugee health
  • language inclusion.