Public Health Brand Statement Samples

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Your brand statement expresses your professional value in a clear and concise introduction for employers. Think of it as a tool for you to tell the healthcare industry your story, including your education, accomplishments, and skills. You can get more detailed advice in our Brand Statement Guide.

Career Starter

Public health educator with strong outreach and communication skills refined during two years working at a nonprofit. Earned a degree in public health from the [school name] to develop research, analysis, and relationship-building skills. Passionately engages the community regarding pressing health concerns, including healthy eating, exercise, and smoking cessation. Dedicated to community immersion, creating large-scale health programs, and measuring success to ensure impactful programs.

Career Switcher

Public health emergency management specialist leveraging extensive experience in business and supply chain, transitioning to procedural and planning work in preparation for public health emergencies. Earned Master of Public Health from the [school name] to prepare for tackling public health issues and eradicating health inequities. Consulted the local government on emergency planning preparedness, particularly how to create equitable communication strategy in the event of another pandemic. Excited to blend detail-oriented background in logistics and analysis with evidence-based emergency management best practices to help prepare for and protect against public health catastrophes.

Career Advancer

Health policy researcher bringing ten years of experience to the next level by earning a Master’s in Public Health from the [school name] . Extensive background leading behavioral health studies, developing research questions, and writing technical reports. Sharpened quantitative analysis skills during academic research study about effects of lead poisoning in the geriatric population. Well versed in managing multidisciplinary research teams, communicating complex health topics to the public and research communities, and consulting as a public health subject matter expert.

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