Ms. Hubbard serves as the Legislative Initiatives Coordinator for the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH). In this role, Ms. Hubbard manages all activities related to IMPH’s Health Policy Fellows Program and represents IMPH with members of the General Assembly, their staff and other elected officials.
Before joining IMPH, Ms. Hubbard worked for the Pitt County Health Department in North Carolina as an Emergency Preparedness Coordinator during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Ms. Hubbard planned and implemented 10+ mass vaccination clinics as a part of the COVID-19 response efforts. Ms. Hubbard also acted as the lead in data collection and analysis of the public-facing COVID-19 hotline calls to provide data briefs for officials in the area; additionally, she collected, analyzed and reported on vaccine administration data highlighting race, ethnicity, age and other demographics for health officials to evaluate and improve COVID-19 vaccine initiatives. Additionally, Ms. Hubbard brings a variety of experience working within health education, promotion and wellness programming to improve population health among college-aged students.
Ms. Hubbard earned her MPH from East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine and her BS from East Carolina University.