Meet Our Team
YuTing Chen, MPH, MS, Community Health Administrator
YuTing Chen joined the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness (LMPHW) in 2015, and currently leads the Performance Management and Quality Improvement (PM/QI) team. The responsibility of this PM/QI team is to establish a framework for department-wide efforts and to provide a structure for developing, monitoring, evaluating, and promoting these PM/QI activities at the LMPHW. Furthermore, this team assures LMPHW to uphold the standards set forth by the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). Before his current role, he served as an Epidemiologist as well as a Data Scientist where he mainly focused on data management and analysis for the department.
YuTing holds a Master of Public Health and a Master of Science in Biostatistics from the University of Louisville, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the China Medical University, Taiwan. He is a graduate of Louisville Metro’s leadership program, Executive Fellows.
Ben Goldman, MA, Community Health Administrator
Ben Goldman joined the Center for Health Equity in 2019 and currently leads the Behavioral Health Equity team. He and his team work to eliminate inequities associated with substance use and mental health by addressing root causes such as housing, the criminal legal system, education, and transportation. Under his leadership, the team has launched an overdose Quick Response Team, convened partners to create a community-wide suicide prevention plan, and helped Louisville become the first city in the South to provide NARCAN to people inside of its jail dorms.
Before coming to Louisville, Ben worked for non-profit organizations addressing substance use, housing, education, and juvenile justice issues in New York City and Grand Forks, North Dakota. He also served in the US Peace Corps in Costa Rica, working on education and health initiatives in a remote rural community. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Michigan and a Master of Arts in Urban Studies with a specialization in Public Policy and Administration from the City University of New York.
Angela J. Graham, MPH, CPH, Executive Administrator
Angela holds a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences, with an emphasis in Epidemiology. She has expertise in social and behavioral science with nearly a decade of experience as a market research analyst, where she designed and analyzed survey research for clients in the pharmaceutical industry.
She specialized in large multinational programs, conducting public relations, messaging, and usage research in over 40 countries with patients and healthcare providers.
Angela also holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and English from Case Western Reserve University.