After graduating college in 2007, with a bachelor's degree in Creative Writing, Mallory worked for six years on the National Center for Health Care Transition, funded by the Maternal Child Health Bureau. In this capacity, she has provided technical assistance to states that were hoping to create successful youth advisory councils, and supported primary care practices to improve their transition protocol for young adults with complex health needs. In addition to her work with the National Center, Mallory has provided additional consulting, and presented workshops and keynote speeches at transition conferences all over the country.
Mallory is currently living in Boston with her boyfriend and is pursuing her Master's Degree at Boston University School of Public Health with a concentration in Maternal Child Health. She is excited and honored to be a part of Youth Move National, as her goal is to bridge the systematic gap between physical and mental health and see that all young people are supported to manage their own health and have fulfilling futures.
Mallory's sense of humor and passion, mixed with life experience, brings a vital dynamic to the work.
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