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About Sofia Curdumi Pendley

Sofia Curdumi Pendley, Ph.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Public Health in the College of Health Professions at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Pendley has many years of programmatic and research experience, focusing on monitoring and evaluating public health programs. Her academic training is in global health and development. Most recently, she was the Program Director for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship in New Orleans, a leadership development fellowship where fellows developed and sustained relevant community health programs. Dr. Pendley has consulted for the World Food Program, Catholic Relief Services, World Vision International, and others. Her research focuses on the impacts of disasters on health, food security, and health equity.

Positions

2018 - Present Clinical Assistant Professor Public Health, Sacred Heart University College of Health Professions
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May 2014 - January 2018 Industry Professional, The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
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Disciplines



Grants

2018 - Present Nature Conservancy's Small Grants Program
Nature Conservancy
Colleague(s): Anna Greer
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Education

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2014 - 2018 Ph.D. Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, Tulane University ‐ School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
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2007 - 2009 M.P.H. International Health and Development, Tulane University ‐ School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
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2008 - 2008 Health Economics, Chulalongkorn University
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2001 - 2005 B.A. Political Science & French, Tulane University
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2003 - 2003 French, American University of Paris
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Contact Information

Health Science and Leadership 
Ctr for Healthcare Education CHCE*N109
College of Health Professions 
203-416-3944

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