Departments & Organizations
Roxanne Winston, MPH, is the Project Coordinator for the ESTEEM Program in New York City. In this role, she coordinates ESTEEM's cognitive behavioral treatment study for young adult gay and bisexual men with major depressive, anxiety, and/or substance use disorders. Recently completing her MPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the Yale School of Public Health, Roxanne Winston is a passionate public health practitioner. Her research focuses on health outcomes for gender and sexual minorities, with a particular focus on health experiences of transmasculine and gender non-conforming people. Prior to her graduate studies at Yale, she ran a health program for high schools in the San Francisco Bay Area and worked on global health policies for biomedical technologies and medical patents. As a UC Berkeley alum and former student government president she is an advocate for intersectional and equity-focused public health practice. Outside of work, Roxanne is an active member of her local masters swim team.
Education & Training
|MPH||Yale University, Social and Behavioral Sciences (2017)|
|BA||UC Berkeley, American Studies (2009)|