Jodie Silverman, MPA
DMA Health Strategies
Ms. Silverman is a Principal with DMA Health Strategies, a public and behavioral health consultancy based in Lexington, MA. Since joining DMA, Ms. Silverman has provided project management, program development and assessment, grant writing, and report writing for public health departments, social service organizations, and foundations.
For over 20 years, Ms. Silverman worked with nonprofit organizations, state and local public health departments, foundations, and hospitals providing project management, qualitative data gathering and analysis, grant and report writing, and health communication expertise. Prior to joining DMA, Ms. Silverman served as the Associate Chief of Public Health Systems with the Cambridge Public Health Department, interim Executive Director of the Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA), and a longtime Director with Health Resources in Action (HRiA), a nonprofit public health consultancy. Ms. Silverman spent 15 years in Washington, DC working for nonprofit organizations and for the United States Senate.
Ms. Silverman has served on the Board of the Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA) for more than 10 years, including serving as President of the Board. Ms. Silverman’s work and training are contextualized by the impact of white supremacy culture in public health systems and outcomes for communities of color and she works daily to be an anti-racist in her work and life. Ms. Silverman received her undergraduate degree from Middlebury College and a Master of Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.