Jennifer Paul, Program Manager
Email: Jpaul [at] alac.org
(213) 384.5864 x272
Jennifer Paul is the Program Manager for the greater Los Angeles region. She earned her Master’s of Public Health from California State University Northridge and her B.S. in Health Education from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada. Jennifer has been with the association for over 4.5 years and is instrumental in building and fostering partnerships to galvanize efforts to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. In doings so, Jennifer has been an integral part of planning various conferences and coalitions which bring together key stakeholders to direct the future of lung disease awareness, treatment and prevention. Jennifer trains medical professionals on ALAC's lung disease management curricula and oversees the growth and sustainability of such programs. Additionally, her responsibilities include grant writing and managing program staff, volunteers and interns.
Jennifer will be working with the Center on the Project Trust grant with LA Tobacco Control and Prevention Program, providing leadership in areas of lung disease and lung health as it relates to ALAC’s tobacco policy efforts on smokefree outdoor air.
Prior to ALAC, Jennifer was a Recruitment Coordinator for Canadian Blood Services; where she functioned as a resource liaison for health information between donors and health care professionals. Jennifer was responsible for the development, maintenance, and evaluation of whole blood clinics as part of the collection strategy. In doing so, she established and maintained partnerships with donors, community and interest groups, volunteers and corporate sponsors to promote and expand Nova Scotia’s blood program.