Alice “Ali” Jaglowski, MSH
National Diabetes Prevention Program
Ali Jaglowski has consulted with NACDD for nearly a decade. She began on a policy-focused healthy community initiative, ACHIEVE, from 2008 to 2012, where she provided technical assistance, expertise, and leadership to communities in establishing policy and environmental changes for physical activity, healthy nutrition, and tobacco. She has also provided leadership and training around use of social media for communications, marketing, and sustainability.
Jaglowski started her career in public health in Florida at the local and state level at the Duval County Health Department and the Florida Department of Health, respectively. Locally, she focused on community engagement and health behavior change program development, implementation, and evaluation. As a state administrator of the Florida Department of Health’s Obesity Prevention Program, she worked to develop state and local level partnerships around obesity prevention and implemented a statewide plan for addressing obesity prevention. Currently, she supports the National Diabetes Prevention Program under the CDC grant 1705 at NACDD. The 1705 grant focus is to scale and sustain National DPP through increasing availability, marketing, referrals, and reimbursement of the National DPP lifestyle change program.