Meet the Scholars
Levi Garraway MD, PhD
The Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program fellowship served as an important catalyst that...
Dawne (Harris) Mouzon, MPH, MA, PhD
I never would have thought to try to publish my senior honors project if it hadn’t been for my Project L/EARN...
James Jennings, Ph.D.
New Connections has allowed me to discover important relationships between public health and community development.
Laura Lopez-Sanders, PhD, MA, MEd
As a member of a vibrant intellectual community of current and former Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholars in...
Allison Aiello, PhD, MS
The RWJF Health & Society Scholars program allowed me to develop a strong...
Mark Siemon, RN-BC, MPH, MSN
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation fellowship has provided me with the opportunity to interact and learn from students and scholars.
The exposure that I received as a Community Health Leader increased the visibility of our work at the Cancer Resource...
Lisa A. Worden
One of the most significant benefits to participating in the Ladder to Leadership program is the increased insight I’ve gained...
Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD
What an amazing gift to be included in such a wonderfully talented group of junior faculty from across the country engaged in...
Yamalis Diaz, PhD
I had never entertained the idea of pursuing a PhD prior to Project L/EARN, but today, I can't imagine doing anything else!
About the Programs
In 2014, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) began to develop
new programs that strive to increase the number of scholars/fellows/leaders
we support annually.
Spotlight on Impact
Patricia Drehobl, MPH, RN, is associate director for program development at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). She is an alumna of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Executive Nurse Fellows program (2007-2010).