Jessica Moore-Solórzano, is an advisor in the undergraduate Public Health Science program. Prior to joining the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland, she was the Senior Program Manager at Crittenton Services of Greater Washington where she led a variety of projects focused on positive youth development best practices, health education, leadership development, community advocacy and engagement for diverse communities. A bilingual/bicultural public health professional, she has extensive experience developing innovative, culturally appropriate curricula for young people and their families.
Jessica Moore-Solórzano is a proud alumna of the University of Maryland, having earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s in Public Health from the School of Public Health. Her capstone project for the MPH focused on creating a toolkit to be used by promotoras de salud to increase Latina/o parent-child communication about sexuality.
Jessica enjoys working with undergraduates and to help them navigate their college experience to reach their goals. She is excited to be in this role advising future public health professionals.