Terry Savage is a Vice President for Public Health. Her focus is on health communications. She conducts audience research, and develops and implements national social marketing campaigns to address today’s most pressing public health challenges. Ms. Savage also provides broad-based communications expertise to support a range of health education and information programs.
Her unit crafts research-driven communication strategies to encourage heart healthy lifestyles, improve adolescent health and help prevent teen pregnancy, increase awareness about the importance of public health surveillance, reduce the incidence of HIV/AIDS, and much more. Clients include the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- MA, Communications, Johns Hopkins University
- MA, Women’s Studies, George Washington University
- BA, English, University of Virginia