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Cecil James Tengatenga

Research Associate 2

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Cecil James Tengatenga


Cecil "Ngoni" is an public health research interested in infectious and liver diseases, digital health systems, bioethics and health policy. He has experience managing and administering municipal and federal grants to scale up HIV and viral hepatitis prevention and treatment initiatives in Connecticut through the HOPWA, ESG and Ryan White Programs. He also a bioethics and involved in faith-based initiative around the world within the Anglican Church Communion, in which he is a lay minister and clinically trained in health chaplaincy. He completed his Clinical Practical Education (CPE) in health chaplaincy at Saint Francis Hospital and St. Mary's Home in Hartford, CT. He completed a joint healthcare administrative fellowship at Saint Francis Hospital and the Yale Medical School, The Connecticut Mental Health Center. As a public intellectual, he is interested in developing training curriculum and digital education platforms for ancillary healthcare professional. He received his bachelors degree at Trinity College and masters and professional programs at Yale University, Divinity School.

Education & Training

  • MAR
    Yale University (2016)
  • BA
    Trinity College (2011)

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