Judy Young, MPH is the Assistant Director of the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health responsible for community education and leadership development programs, the Women's Health Resource Center and "Fostering Excellence in Women's Health through Academic Community Partnerships", a national women's health program. Judy brings over 20 years of experience in women's health, working in both academic settings and community organizations. She has experience with peer health education programs, conducting community outreach for national programs and teaching and training on sexuality, women's health, LGBT Health, HIV/AIDS, and stress management.
Judy has served on several community board of directors including the Black Coalition on AIDS, Planned Parenthood Golden Gate, and the National Advisory Council for the UCSF Lesbian Health and Research Center. She received her B.A. in Social Welfare from U.C Berkeley and her Master's Degree in Public Health, focusing on community health education, from San Jose State University.