Department of Health Care Organization and Policy


  • President: Matthew Moore
  • Vice President: 
  • Secretary: Jade Richardson
  • Treasurer: Anna Layton
  • Publicity: Natalie Pagan
  • Executive Board Members:
    • Emilee Anders
    • Elaine Bivens
    • Nick Cataldo
    • Christian Dollar
    • Emylie Ellis
    • Ellee Ellison
    • Megan Ferrell
    • Katie Guinther
    • Kaylie Hudgens
    • Trinh Huynh
    • Juliana Jernigan
    • Jacque Kabukuru
    • Camilla Kirksey
    • Megan Lacy
    • Michelle LeBlanc
    • Macarena De Lourdes Martinez Ordenez
    • Stevie Nappoe
    • Arianna Siler
    • Kara Skelton
    • Bethany Stenger
    • Kayla Thompson
    • Carolyn Yorio
  • Advisor: Julie McDougal
...or Maternal & Child Health...
...or Student Association for Graduate Education...
has the following as its mission:
To enrich and enhance our MCH education
To forge meaningful & lasting relationships between students, staff & faculty
To promote MCH within our University & throughout our community
To facilitate student interaction, involvement & leadership development
  • Participate in monthly meetings and help plan/produce events
  • Participate in community service activities like the Birmingham Mayor's Office's "Take A Child To The Doctor Day" and Pathways Toiletries Drives
  • Attend MCH SAGE Seminars
  • Participate in fund raising events, like the Halloween and Valentine's Sales
  • Participate in MCH SAGE social events

Although MCH SAGE started as an organization for MCH graduate students in the School of Public Health, it has grown to incorporate graduate and undergraduate students from not only various departments within the School of Public Health but also various schools and departments across the University. ALL with an interest in MCH are welcome, whether here on campus or online!

MCH SAGE offers mentorship to new MCH graduate students. New students are paired with current students for mentoring, especially during that critical first semester. MCH SAGE mentors assist MCH students with their transition to and connection with academic life.

Contact Julie McDougal for more information!