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Cloé Destinoble, MPH

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Cloé Destinoble (she/her) is MCN’s Program Manager for Migrant and Immigrant Health. She graduated from the Department of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Stempel College at Florida International University with a Master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Florida Atlantic University. Destinoble is a strong advocate for achieving health equity, eliminating disparities, and improving population health. In 2019, her research gave her the opportunity to present at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo conference in Philadelphia. She has worked as an HIV peer educator for the department of health in Florida. Destinoble has also worked with a few health departments and contributed as a Biological Scientist in their epidemiology departments by investigating COVID-19 cases and assisting in the control of infections. As a biological scientist, Destinoble aimed to promote health and prevent the spread of COVID-19 by identifying, assessing, and managing people who had been exposed to the virus, and assisting with prevention of additional transmission by communicating audience-appropriate public health content, both in writing (health messaging using technology) and through oral presentation, while applying awareness of cultural values. Her research interests include maternal and child health, maternal mortality, infant mortality, capacities that affect physical and mental health, population health, health disparities, and health equity.

Destinoble is passionate about serving the underserved immigrant population and advocating for them. She is multicultural and multilingual. She was born in Haiti, then moved to Florida where she spent the majority of her life. She now resides in Maryland and is looking to serve the migrant and immigrant population there.

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