Lizzie Corcoran is the de Beaumont Foundation’s second Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) Philanthropy Fellow. Corcoran came to the Foundation after completing her Master of Public Health degree in Behavioral Science and Health Education at Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice. Before coming to de Beaumont, Corcoran worked in the public school system of St. Louis for three years, advocating for new discipline policies by building teacher capacity, implementing trauma-informed care, and building consensus around racial equity principles within schools. Corcoran also has experience building capacity of health departments to better prevent HIV through her internship with HealthHIV. Corcoran is excited to pursue her interests of the social determinants of health, public health policies, and building support for public health across sectors, settings, and audiences.
Corcoran holds a bachelor’s degree from Saint Louis University in public health and international studies.