Stewart Landers, JD

Senior Consultant
John Snow, Inc. Boston

Stewart Landers has been a senior consultant at John Snow, Inc. (JSI) since 1994. He consults on issues related to HIV and AIDS; substance use disorder treatment; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) health; health care reform; chronic disease; and health equity. Mr. Landers is currently Principal Investigator of the Integrated HIV/AIDS Planning (IHAP) TA Center that provides training and technical assistance to support integrated HIV prevention and care planning across all jurisdictions in the United States. Prior to that, Mr. Landers was Co-Principal Investigator of the Affordable Care Enrollment (ACE) TA Center that provides training and technical assistance to Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) jurisdictions to support enrollment of people of color with HIV into Medicaid and marketplace insurance coverage options. From 2007-2009, Mr. Landers served as senior program director at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. In that role, he oversaw a variety of programs addressing wellness, obesity and overweight, chronic disease, primary care, reproductive health, school health, and violence and injury prevention, including support for the development of Mass in Motion, Massachusetts’ statewide effort to combat overweight and obesity. Subsequently, he ran the H1N1 Influenza Vaccination Support Center, which was responsible for supporting the distribution of H1N1 vaccine across the Commonwealth during the influenza epidemic. In addition to his consulting duties, Mr. Landers is an associate editor for the American Journal of Public Health focused on LGBTQ health, community health workers, chronic disease, and HIV since 2005, and has taught Evaluation of Health Services at the Tufts University Graduate Program in Public Health. He is also MPHA’s designated Affiliate Representative to the Governing Council (ARGC) to APHA. Mr. Landers received his BS and Master in City Planning from MIT in 1978 and his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School in 1982.

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