Linda Bergonzi-King, MPH '90, Secretary
Linda Bergonzi-King holds a master of public health degree from the Yale School of Public Health. In 1990, Ms. Bergonzi-King founded TriBella Productions, a health communication company which provides consultation in health communication, project management, epidemiological research and study coordination. She has 25 years of experience in the field of health communication, including producing, directing and editing videos for health agencies. Among many productions, TriBella produced an informative video series highlighting the many professional services and centers within the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, a series for Connecticut Hospice and training videos for the Yale Child Study Center, Essentials of Literacy Program and the Yale School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine. Linda has a strong background in communicating to a very diverse population. She has made it a career goal to reach many citizens of all cultures and uses techniques in video production and instructional design to communicate health promotion concepts to all.
Ms. Bergonzi-King has also taught public health communication courses at the Yale School of Public Health, Sacred Heart University and Hill Regional Career High School in New Haven, CT. She also serves as a mentor to a high school public health class at Metropolitan Business Academy. In addition, she has worked at the Yale School of Public Health, Center for Perinatal, Pediatric & Environmental Epidemiology where she assisted in research for the National Children’s Study. This multi-year research study examined the effects of environmental influences on the health and development of more than 100,000 children across the United States.
In her role as a Senior Associate at the Yale New Haven Health System, Center for Healthcare Solutions, Ms. Bergonzi-King was responsible for the design and development of both online and instructor-led courses, with a specialty in video interface. She also organized educational workshops for health care staff throughout CT and served as Project Lead for two YNHHS-CHS subcontracts at the Yale School of Public Health and the New Haven Health Department.