Joanne DeLeon is the Operations Manager at the UCSF Women's Health Resource Center. She is responsible for the oversight of multiple operations and programs at the Center. Joanne coordinates marketing, outreach, referral, evaluation and quality improvement for many conferences and events focused on women's health including Mind over Bladder, the Fibroid Community Program, Great Expectations classes and Women's Health 2020 Community Workshop Series. Joanne is also the internship program manager and recruits new interns for the Resource Center on a quarterly basis.
Joanne continually works on creating new participatory, women-sensitive health education programming and community based programs as well as various health fairs. She is devoted to maintaining and fostering alliances and partnerships with various UCSF internal departments and non-profit organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. Joanne has also developed grant proposals for several community and internship-based programs.
Joanne graduated with a B.S. in Health Science and minored in Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University and a Masters in Public Health from San Jose State University. Some of her personal interests include photography, craft projects, cooking, traveling, major league baseball, movies, and music. Her professional interests include maternal child health, multicultural health, adolescent health, epidemiology, and research. She is an active member of the San Francisco Asian and Pacific Islander Health Parity Coalition and the Asian Pacific Islander Task Force of the American Heart Association, Western States Affiliate.